Roman Gold Chain and Pendant
A gold chain and pendant from Roman date around AD 43-410, probably second to third century. The gold chain is a figure of eight looped form. The pendant is a tear drop or leaf shape attached to the chain. One side of the pendant is decorated with a beaded border. The item was found in Byfield.
|Simple name:||roman pendant and chain|
|Classification term:||rich histories|
|Date:||43 AD 410 AD|