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This enigmatic Roman Bronze Pendant dates from 1st - 3rd century A.D


Roman bronze pendants came in numerous forms, including miniature representations of gods and goddesses, animals, everyday objects, geometric shapes and symbols. These items were commonly worn as personal adornments, attached to necklaces, bracelets, or clothing, serving not only as fashion statements but also as amulets believed to offer protection against evil spirits, misfortune, or illness. The choice of motif for a pendant often reflected the wearer's personal beliefs, desires, or affiliations with certain deities or cults.


Now available in the Timeless Galleries.




  • Acquired by Timeless on the UK Antiquities Market, 2020, previously forming part of a private Austrian collection formed since 1970.

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