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Gold spiral This gold spiral has a double lion or griffin-headed terminal. It is relatively small considering the small details : 3.5 cm high and 1.7 cm wide ( 1 3/8 x 11/16 inch.) Greek, Cypriot culture, Classical Period, 4th century BC. Source: Metropolitan Museum

Classical Greek Cypriot gold spiral with double lion-griffin-head terminal, half of the century B.

Gold spiral with double lion-griffin-head terminal,1st half of the 4th century B.C.  Greek Cypriot

Gold spiral with double lion-griffin-head terminal , classical Cypriot Greece, half of the century BC.

Bracelet. Period: Late Classical. Date: 4th century B.C. Culture: Greek. Medium: Gold, carbuncle.

Bracelet. Period: Late Classical. Date: 4th century B.C. Culture: Greek. Medium: Gold, carbuncle.

Gold earring in the form of a dove  Period: Hellenistic Date: 2nd century B.C. Culture: Greek  Metropolitan Museum

Gold earring in the form of a dove Period: Hellenistic Date: century B. Culture: Greek Medium: Gold Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Gold and Silver

Gold Bracelet with Terminals in the form of Confronting Goats. Culture : East Greek. Period : 5th century B.C. Material : Gold and Agate.

Gold Bracelet with Terminals in the form of Confronting Goats. Period : century B. Material : Gold and Agate. - Gift for women and girls, wedding

Necklace with a Pendant. Culture : Greek. Period : Late 4th or 3rd century B.C. Material : Gold and garnet. | © Phoenix Ancient Art 2011

Necklace w/ a Pendant -- Late Century BCE -- Greek -- Gold & garnet -- Via © Phoenix Ancient Art.

Gold Bracelets with Antelope Heads  Greek  4th Century BC

ancientpeoples: “Gold Bracelets with Antelope Heads Greek Century BC Penannular bracelets with animal-head terminals first developed in Achaemenid art and became popular in Greece during the

A Greek gold and garnet finger ring, Hellenistic period, circa 3rd century B.C.

A greek gold and garnet finger ring Hellenistic period circa century. In the form of two serpents.

Gold stater [Greek, Lydian; Excavated at Sardis], ca. 560-546 BC. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Gold Stater BC Greek, Lydian Excavated at Sardis One of a pot of 30 staters found in a terracotta jug at Sardis. Staters were a standard from of currency in antiquity.

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