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Detail, Etruscan gold fibula, detail from the Regolini Galassi Tomb, Mid-7th Century BCE.

Etruscan gold Detail - Fibula (ancient brooch) from the Regolini Galassi Tomb Century BCE Vatican Museums, Vatican City, Italy

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British Museum, Sun and Moon A medieval gold finger-ring, The hoop is fashioned into two gloved hands which terminate in a lovers' knot. The undulating hoop contains a scroll at the back

Scythian, 4th c. Found in the burial of a Scythian woman; boat shapes reflect ties with colonies along the Black Sea.

Pair of Gold Scythian Earrings -- Century CE -- Discovered @ the burial site of a Scythian woman. The boat shapes reflect ties with colonies along the Black Sea.

The Chalcolithic trove showed an advanced local civilization that could import copper and create sophisticated artwork made using a complicated wax and ceramic mold. The copper appears to have been imported from eastern Turkey or the Caucasus. The residents of Israel around 4,500 B.C.E., the Chalcolithic period, lived in a society that had irrigated fields, domesticated grapes and wheat.    Who they are is unknown. Israel Museum

Precious Ancient Treasures Discovered In A Remote Cave High Above the Dead Sea In 1961 - Now On Display

ROMAN GOLD WEDDING RING In a raised beaded bezel are two clasped hands (dextrarum iunctio); above in relief the Greek word OMONOIA meaning ‘joined as one.’ 2nd-3rd Century CE.

"Roman gold wedding ring - In a raised beaded bezel are two clasped hands (dextrarum iunctio); above in relief the Greek word OMONOIA meaning ‘joined as one.

Ancient Greek gold fibula in the form of a flower with dangling pomegranate pendants, dated to the 7th century BCE. Image found on Pinterest, but no other source was given.

Ancient Greek gold fibula in the form of a flower with dangling pomegranate pendants, dated to the century BCE.

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