Head of a Leopard bearing the cartouche of Tutankhamun atop its head, found in the tomb of Tutankhamun (wood covered with gesso overlaid with gold, eyes made from translucent quartz). Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. Fonte Egypt Museum
2nd to 3rd Century AD Ancient Roman Electrum 22K Yellow Gold Repousse Wedding Ring Finger Ring Ancient Jewelry
Byzantine Gold Coins - The Byzantine Empire is the term conventionally used since the century to describe the Greek-speaking Roman Empire of the Middle Ages, centered around its capital of Constantinople.
Aelia Pulcheria (414-453). Solidus, 4.32 g, Constantinople, 414. AEL PVLCH – ERIA AVG. Diademed and draped bust right of Aelia Pulcheria; above, Manus Dei, holding wreath. / SALVS REI – PVBLICAE. Victory seated right, inscribing Christogram (☧) on shield. To left, star (✳, octagram). In exergue, CONOB. RIC Vol. X, 205 [as R2]; MIB 14. Some light to moderate scratches on the obverse. Some luster still present with a few marks on the edge. Very fine to extremely fine. $3.451.
Byzantine Gold Constantine IV 662 AD / Cross on Alter, Heraclius & Tiberius EF / MAD on Collections - Browse and find over 10,000 categories of collectables from around the world - antiques, stamps, coins, memorabilia, art, bottles, jewellery, furniture, medals, toys and more at madoncollections.com. Free to view - Free to Register - Visit today. #Coins #Gold #Ancient #MADonCollections #MADonC
A ROMAN GOLD AND GREEN CHALCEDONY FINGER RING CIRCA 1ST-2ND CENTURY A.D. The plain hoop round in section, expanding at the shoulders to the oval bezel, set with a slightly convex oval green chalcedony engraved with a muse striding forward, holding a kithara, framed by billowing drapery
JUSTIN II & SOPHIA 565AD Constantinople Follis Ancient Byzantine Coin i69831