Pair of gold earrings with cage and ball pendants


On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 171

This type of earring was widely distributed during the Archaic period. It probably originated in the Levant and is well represented in Cyprus. Thanks to Phoenicians traders, it is also common in the western Mediterranean.

Pair of gold earrings with cage and ball pendants, Gold, Phoenician

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