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Gold pendant in the form of a bull’s head (ca. 1600-1050 B.C.) Cyprus. Gold. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Cesnola Collection, Purchased by subscription, 1874–76 (74.51.3117). #gold #bronzeage

Gold bull’s head pendant. Early Bronze Age, Cypriot culture (Source: Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Gold Pendant with granulated Ornament Late Bronze Age c.1400-1050 BC Cypriot (Source: The Met Museum)

Gold pendant with granulated ornament Period: Late Bronze Age Date: ca. Culture: Cypriot Medium: Gold Dimensions: L. cm) Classification: Gold and Silver Credit Line: The Cesnola Collection, Purchased by subscription,

Ancient Greek garnet and gold necklace Hellenistic Greece c. 3rd-2nd century B.C.

A Delightful Greek Gold and Garnet Strap Necklace. Hellenistic Greece, c. This necklace is reflective of the conservative, monochromatic traditions of Greek jewelry even after Alexander's conquests re-energized

Sumerian Gold Double Lobed Crescent Earrings , Ur, Mesopotamia, Iraq , Circa 2500 BCE

A Rare Pair of Sumerian Gold Double Lobed Crescent Earrings BC to 2500 BC Mesopotamian)

Pair of gold spiral earrings with terminals in the form of a crested griffins head. Cypriot, 475-400 B.C. (Cypro Classical I). Intact.

Pair of gold spiral earrings with terminals in the form of a crested griffins head. Cypriot, B. (Cypro Classical I).

Ancient & Medieval History. Greek or Roman Gold Granulation Earring, 1st Century AD

Greek or Roman Gold Granulation Earring, Century AD This is a wonderful example of ancient granulation work. The granulation technique is estimated to be years old, originating in Sumer. Granulation was also used by the Etruscans in the.

Myceneae, rich in gold | by Andy Montgomery

(Millennium Oldest Gold) Mycenaean Gold Necklace. rich in Gold. ca 1600 BCE. Grave in Circle A at Mycenae, Greece.

cool Magnificent Roman  Gold Pendant in the form of graduated spheres representing gr...

Magnificent Roman Gold Pendant in the form of graduated spheres representing gr

(Roman) Magnificent Roman Gold Pendant in the form of graduated spheres representing grapes. beautifully held together with fine filigree Gold wire.

Nose ornament with spiders, 1st century B.C.–1st century A.D.  Peru; Salinar (?)  Gold

Nose Ornament with Spiders Date: century BCE – century CE Geography: Peru Culture: Salinar (?) Medium: Gold Dimensions: H. x x Classification: Metal-Ornaments

Check out the weave on this necklace!  Necklace, Late Hellenistic, 1st century b.c. Greek  Gold, garnet, agate

Necklace, Late Hellenistic, century B. Greek gold, garnet, and agate. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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