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Hellenistic Metal Alloy Intaglio Fragment - FJ.6188
Origin: Holy Land
Circa: 300 BC to 200 BC

Collection: Classical Antiquities
Medium: Metal Alloy, Gold

Additional Information: The coin is set in a modern 18 Karat gold ring.

Location: United States
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This intaglio fragment from an ancient ring is set is an 18 karat gold ring

The bust of the god-like male on this intaglio may be that of Apollo, deity of music, nature, medicine; or possibly a Greek King. Apollo is traditionally depicted as a manly youth of extreme beauty, with long curly black hair tinged blue, like the petals of a viola. His many love affairs included both Nymphs and mortal women. The beautiful profile is facing left, wearing a headband, which may be a diadem or wreath. Such fine engraving as this is worthy of depicting a deity, or an impressive king from Hellenistic times.
- (FJ.6188)


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