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Roman gold ring with carnelian intaglio portrait of the Emperor Tiberius Early Imperial, Tiberian ca. A.D. 14–37

An ancient Greek (circa 350 BC) hollow gold ring set with a circular carnelian gem upon which is engraved a Pegasus galloping to right with an inscription “ΑΣΥΡΛ”.

Gold ring with Cameo: Satyr and Nymph - 1st century BC. Found in Petescia (modern Turania), north of Rome, in 1875.

Бюст Фортуны Место создания: Древний Рим Производство, мастерская, фирма: Мастерская Диоскурида Автор (Мастер): Мастер Гилл Время создания: I в. до н.э. - I в. Материал: золото, аметист Техника: инталия Размеры: 2,0x1,3 см Инвентарный номер: ГР-21456 Carved Stones/1068950/?lng=ru

Gold necklace with crescent-shaped pendant and ornate clasps Metropolitan Museum of Art Period: Imperial Date: 1st–3rd century A.D. Culture: Roman Medium: Gold Dimensions: Other: 14 1/2 in. (36.8 cm) Classification: Gold and Silver Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1921 Accession Number: 21.88.90

Fiorino d'oro, minted by the Republic of Florence 1252-1303. In the wake of the Crusades, gold coins returned to Europe. Genoa and Florence minted gold guldens, while Venice issued ducats.