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Roman Omega Fibula Replica - Available on www.peraperis.com

Roman and Germanic museum jewelry replicas. Fibulas, brooches, armrings, earrings from the Roman and Byzantine Empire for Re-enactment in wholesale and retail.

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Roman and Germanic museum jewelry replicas. Fibulas, brooches, armrings, earrings from the Roman and Byzantine Empire for Re-enactment in wholesale and retail.

Iron slave collar, Roman, fourth-sixth century CE The inscription says "I have run away; hold me. When   you shall have returned me to my master, Zoninus, you will receive a   gold coin". This was sealed around the slave's neck so there was no way to take it off.

Iron slave collar, Roman, fourth-sixth century CE. The inscription says "I have run away; hold me. When you return me to my master, Zoninus, you will receive a gold coin (solidus)." Going in Ancient History and Archaeology

Roman Fibula from Noricum and Pannonia.

Roman and Germanic museum jewelry replicas. Fibulas, brooches, armrings, earrings from the Roman and Byzantine Empire for Re-enactment in wholesale and retail.

Roman fibula, Leicestershire, UK

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Earring with Cabochons 6th century A.D. possibly Roman, gold, garnet, molten colored glass.

Splendid: Earring with Cabochons century A. possibly Roman, gold, garnet, molten colored glass.

Ancient Resource: Ancient Roman Fibulae (Toga-Pins) and Brooches for Sale

Ancient Resource: Ancient Roman Fibulae (Toga-Pins) and Brooches for Sale

Roman Gold Ring, having a wide shaped band supporting a large 3 tiered square bezel inset with a emerald, surmounted by granular decoration, dating to the 2nd Century AD.

Cartier has nothing on these guys, Roman Gold Ring, having a wide shaped band supporting a large 3 tiered square bezel inset with a emerald, surmounted by granular decoration, dating to the Century AD.

Roman gold ear pendants w/ cameos & garnets  3rd c. AD

Openwork Roman Gold Ear Pendants Cameos of a facing female on the upper section of each and suspending a gold pendant with cameos of Eros figures;

Gold Necklace with Medallion Depicting a Goddess,  30 BCE - 300 CE

Gold Necklace with Medallion Depicting a Goddess, Egypt, Roman Period BCE - 300 CE) Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Currently not on view Source

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