Ring with scarab


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Typically Phoenician, such rings in gold, silver, and bronze are found throughout the Mediteranean world from Spain to the Levant, with a particular concentration on Cyprus. They were worn as pendants.

Ring with scarab, Bronze, sard, Phoenician

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