Tag: Roman Jewelry

Light blue chalcedony ring with a band that resembles beads and a center piece of a carved figure. It is made from one piece of stone.

All That Bling: Overview of Roman Jewelry

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Roman Jewelry: Extant Finds

Chain and chain and gem/bead necklaces were extremely popular during the Roman Age. It’s a show of gold and gems, both status symbols. Here are several examples. It should be important to note that these may appear more popular because they weathered time better, however, when you look at the Fayum Mummy Portraits you’ll see several examples which allude to their popularity.

Ancient Rome: Resources

*Be aware that the exact meaning of some Latin words can be problematic at times. Transliteration can be difficult especially when the names of colors and garments were sometimes used to describe a position, job, social status/class, etc. Please derive and revise your conclusions with as much evidence as possible.

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