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A Roman necklace in gold and glass paste, 6-5 BCE. From a sarcophagus at Fidene, Rome. Palazzo Massimo, Rome.

Etruscan Necklace in Gold & Glass Paste -- Centuries BCE -- Excavated from a sarcophagus at Fidene, Rome -- Palazzo Massimo, Rome

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Gold & Glass Bead Necklace -- Century BCE -- Discovered in a Woman's Sarcophagus in ancient Fidene (north of Rome) National Museum of Italy

Phoenician gold and glass necklace found at Tharros. 4th century B.C. Tharros, Sardinia, Italy Trustees of the British Museum.

ancientpeoples: Gold and Glass Necklace Grave Tharros Phoenician Century BC Length: 31 cm Necklace with three gold pendants including one of Hathor and 40 glass beads.

Gold Necklace Eastern Mediterranean, Probably Etruscan, Hellenistic period (325-50 B.C.)

Gold Necklace Eastern Mediterranean, Probably Etruscan, Hellenistic period B.) Jewelry and Adornments Gold William Randolph Hearst Collection Greek, Roman and Etruscan Art lama.

Castellani gold and carved carnelian scarab necklace.

Place of origin: Rome, Italy (necklace, made) Date: before 1925 (made) BC (made) Artist/Maker: Castellani (necklace, maker) Materials and Techniques: Gold decorated with granulation; carved and engraved carnelian scarabs

Necklace Indus Valley Civilization III-II millennium BC

Necklace - Three rows of agates from an archaeological excavation in the Indus Valley. The ancient technique of decoration of carnelian beads dating back to the Indus Valley civilization (Harappa and Moenjo Daro from 2500 to 1500 BC).

ROMAN GOLD AND GLASS NECKLACE           II-III century A.D.  Composed of six gold crescent pendants with twisted wire perimeter and double-ribbed suspension loop,  triangular clusters of granulation, single granules at termination points; twenty- five 14-faceted green glass beads; thirty-four spherical and semi-spherical small green glass beads and later gold beads, soldered from two halves and terminated with wire collars;  L. 15" (38.1 cm).

This could be in featured in teh display at the Griffith Park Observatory, that houses innumerable peices of star and moon jewelry. ~ETS century Roman green glass and gold necklace)

Roman Green Glass Necklace with 22K Gold Inserts, 100-400 A.D.

Roman multi shaped green glass necklace with diamond and spherical gold leaf covered inserts.

Egypt | Necklace found in Abu Roash cemetery site, to the west of Cairo, from a grave of a mother with her child | Cornelian beads and a green faience pendant (probably an image of Horus, god of the heavens | 3000 - 2650 BC

Egyptian Necklace From Abu Roash Cemetery West of Cairo, From a Grave of a Mother with Her Child, Carnelian Beads & a Green Faience Pendant (Horus, God of the Heavens) 3000 - 2650 BC