Anglo-Saxon Gold Ring, 580-650 AD

Anglo-Saxon Gold Ring, AD, combines late Roman-Christian and pagan north-European images

5th Legion Roman Gold Officer’s Ring, 2nd-3rd Century AD The 5th Macedonian Legion (Legio V Macedonia) was founded in the year 43 BC by Octavian, the later Augustus, and Consul Gaius Vibius Pansa Caetroniasus. It existed in Moesia until the 5th century. The 5th Legion was one of the original 28 legions raised by Octavian. It is also the longest lived Roman Legion, spanning 680 years from 43 BC to 637 AD.

Legion Roman Gold Officer’s Ring, Century AD The Macedonian Legion (Legio V Macedonia) was founded in the year 43 BC by Octavian, the later Augustus, and Consul Gaius Vibius Pansa Caetroniasus. It existed in Moesia until the

Ancient & Medieval History — Ring of Æthelwulf, Anglo-Saxon, AD 828-858  Gold...

centuriespast: “ Æthelwulf Ring Found/Acquired Laverstock, Found in a cart rut. Late Anglo-Saxon The British Museum ”

Gold ring, the circular bezel set with a medallion in cloisonné enamel with a triskele device. Decorated with pelleted and toothed borders, Anglo Saxon, 9th century.

Gold ring, the circular bezel set with a medallion in cloisonné enamel with a triskele device. Decorated with pelleted and toothed borders, Anglo Saxon, century.

British Museum - jewellery 7th cent.  Anglo-Saxon,Garnet cross framing  a gold coin of Heraclius. AD  613-632

Anglo-Saxon/ Byzantine, Garnet cross framing a gold coin of Heraclius, AD British Museum similar in cloisonné style to some Merovian pieces

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