Roman seal ring showing a shepherd and his dog, barking at a bee hive

A Roman carnelian ringstone depicting a shepherd and rearing goat, circa century A.

Yüzük, Altın Roma Dönemi MÖ 4. yy. Altın, jasper

(Roman) Gold ring with red jasper intaglio features open gold wire work on ring, held together with pellets. ca century CE. Bezel is mounted from back decorative rim and folded up on intaglio. internal diameter of band.

A ROMAN CARNELIAN RING STONE. CIRCA 2ND CENTURY A.D. The convex oval stone engraved with Fortuna, the draped goddess standing on a short groundline, supporting a cornucopia in her right arm, a branch and a ship's rudder in her left; mounted as a ring in a modern gold setting

Roman carnelian ring from century AD

A ROMAN CARNELIAN RINGSTONE   CIRCA 2ND CENTURY A.D.   The flat oval stone with a striding Minerva, wearing a long peplos and crested helmet, shouldering a spear and shield; mounted as a ring in a modern gold setting

A ROMAN CARNELIAN RINGSTONE CIRCA 2ND CENTURY A.D. The flat oval stone with a striding Minerva, wearing a long peplos and crested helmet, shouldering a spear and shield; mounted as a ring in a modern gold setting

EARLY ROMAN IMPERIAL GOLD FINGER RING WITH AN EMERALD INTAGLIO, 1st century BC/AD

Early Roman Imperial gold finger ring with an emerald intaglio.

Bague-cachet à chaton ovale : vautour royal becquetant un cadavreCOTE CLICHÉ09-576010N° D’INVENTAIREÄM1720FONDSAntiquités ÉgyptiennesDESCRIPTION:Amanishaketo, 10 avant J.C.PÉRIODE  1er siècle av J.-C.  SITE DE PRODUCTION  Méroé (site) (origine)  TECHNIQUE/MATIÈRE  or (métal)  DIMENSIONSHauteur : 0.0012 mLargeur : 0.00135 m

Ring-oval stamp kitten : king vulture pecking a dead body. From the funeral treasure Amanichakheto. Around 100 BC.

A ROMAN RED JASPER RING STONE CIRCA 2ND-3RD CENTURY A.D.

A ROMAN RED JASPER RING STONE CIRCA 2ND-3RD CENTURY A.D.

Oval gem with Omphale, Roman, Late Republican or Early Imperial Period, 50–1 B.C.

Oval gem with Omphale, Roman, Late Republican or Early Imperial Period,

Intailles / Intailles romaines / Bague en or et intaille romaine. Centaure.

An ancient Roman carnelian intaglio in a modern gold setting depicting a centaur holding a thyrsus, a fertility symbol.

A ROMAN CARNELIAN RINGSTONE -  CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.

A ROMAN CARNELIAN RINGSTONE - CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.

Ring with intaglio portrait of Emperor Tiberius, 14–37 a.d.; Early Imperial. Roman. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, The Bothmer Purchase Fund and Lila Acheson Wallace Gift, 1994 (1994.230.7) #noses #Connections

Gold ring with carnelian intaglio portrait of Tiberius

Ring with intaglio portrait of Emperor Tiberius, a. Rings bearing ancestral portraits were widely used in the Republic as personal seals, as both a means of identification and a guarantee against forgery.

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Oval gem with Kassandra kneeling at Palladion | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Oval gem Cameo with Kassandra kneeling at Palladion. Late Hellenistic Period - Late century B.

A Roman carnelian intaglio ring stone of Eros, ca 2nd century AD

A Roman carnelian intaglio ring stone of Eros, ca century AD

Engraved gem set into a ring.  Artist/Maker(s): Unknown.  Culture: Roman.  Date: gem 1st century; ring modern.  Medium: Gem: nephrite; Ring: gold.

Engraved Roman gem of Zeus Ammon set into a modern ring. Nephrite and gold.

Lapis earring. -- Real Roman jewelry : the Romans loved gold and all earring were for pierced ears with a simple wire.

*EGYPT ~ REAL Roman Jewelry for Real Inspiration the *ITALY ~ Romans loved gold and as far as I can tell all earring are for pierced ears with a simple wire

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