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probably 8th–12th century
Ahasuerus I Fromanteel
ca. 1660–65
Greek
ca. 330–300 BCE
Etruscan
early 5th century BCE
Frankish
second half 7th century
Toba Batak artist
late 19th–early 20th century
late 14th–16th century
California Jewelry Co.
ca. 1868
Reinhold Vasters
ca. 1870–95
Giovanni Jacopo Caraglio
cameo ca. 1530–40, frame 19th century
Louis C. Tiffany
ca. 1904
Langobardic (mount); Roman (cameo)
ca. 600 (mount); 100–300 (cameo)
Byzantine
500–700
Byzantine
late 1000s–1100s (cameo); 1100s–1300s (mount)
18th–19th century
probably 8th–12th century
probably 8th–12th century
China
Sasanian
ca. 3rd–7th century CE
Spanish
17th century
Etienne Delaune
ca. 1550–60, back: 19th century
Frankish
6th century
Roman
1st century CE
Frankish
6th–7th century
Anglo-Saxon
500–600
ca. 1479–1425 B.C.
India (Jammu & Kashmir, ancient kingdom of Kashmir)
9th–10th century
India, Andhra Pradesh
ca. 1st century BCE–1st century CE
Carlo Giuliano
ca. 1900
Spanish
16th century
Southern German
second half 16th century
European
19th century
European
probably second half 19th century
Late Roman or Byzantine
ca. 430
East Germanic
400–450
British
ca. 1805
Celtic
6th–4th century BCE
Byzantine
500–700
Frankish
mid-600s
East Greek
ca. 300 BCE