Mirko Mirko
Altre idee da Mirko
This is an impression of a RARE ancient Roman Sard intaglio, dating 2nd - 3rd century A.D. This important gem, depicts the cult statue of Artemis, held in the sanctuary at her temple in Ephesus (one of the seven wonders of the ancient world). This piece of miniature sculpture depicts her in full glory, as she would have appeared to pilgrims of this important shrine. The engraved figure of Artemis (Diana) is surrounded by gnostic markings, wearing a modius crown and layered dress,..

This is an impression of a RARE ancient Roman Sard intaglio, dating 2nd - 3rd century A.D. This important gem, depicts the cult statue of Artemis, held in the sanctuary at her temple in Ephesus (one of the seven wonders of the ancient world). This piece of miniature sculpture depicts her in full glory, as she would have appeared to pilgrims of this important shrine. The engraved figure of Artemis (Diana) is surrounded by gnostic markings, wearing a modius crown and layered dress,..

Banded onyx intaglio: globe, cornucopia and palm-branch.

Banded onyx intaglio: globe, cornucopia and palm-branch.

Roman Chrome Chalcedony Ringstone with Lupa Romana, C. 1st Century BCThe convex oval stone engraved with the she-wolf suckling the twins Romulus and Remus, on a groundline, two Greek letters in the field above, T ?, likely the initials of the original owner; mounted as a ring in a modern gold setting.

Roman Chrome Chalcedony Ringstone with Lupa Romana, C. 1st Century BCThe convex oval stone engraved with the she-wolf suckling the twins Romulus and Remus, on a groundline, two Greek letters in the field above, T ?, likely the initials of the original owner; mounted as a ring in a modern gold setting.

Intaglio. Nereid Riding the Hippocampus Ancient Rome, 1st century

Intaglio. Nereid Riding the Hippocampus Ancient Rome, 1st century

Intaglio. Triton with a Trident in His Hands Ancient Rome, 1st-2nd century

Intaglio. Triton with a Trident in His Hands Ancient Rome, 1st-2nd century

Roman gold ring with haematite intaglio, dating to approximately 200 A.D.

Roman gold ring with haematite intaglio, dating to approximately 200 A.D.

Ancient Roman silver orange intaglio ring depicting the goddess Fortuna, dating to around 150 AD.

Ancient Roman silver orange intaglio ring depicting the goddess Fortuna, dating to around 150 AD.

Roman gold finger ring, above, set with an emerald, almost certainly from Egypt, engraved with the portrait of a member of the Severan dynasty, either the Empress Julia Domna (d. 217 C.E.) or the Princess Plautilla (d. 212 C.E.)

Roman gold finger ring, above, set with an emerald, almost certainly from Egypt, engraved with the portrait of a member of the Severan dynasty, either the Empress Julia Domna (d. 217 C.E.) or the Princess Plautilla (d. 212 C.E.)

Kneeling woman. Roman republican ringstone in iron ring, 300 BC-100 BC Agate, iron. 1,4 x 1,1 cm Inventory number: I144

Kneeling woman. Roman republican ringstone in iron ring, 300 BC-100 BC Agate, iron. 1,4 x 1,1 cm Inventory number: I144