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Greek. 500BC-424BC. Silver. Minted in Acanthus (Macedon). The obverse of a Silver coin, depicting a Lion attacking a bull with its teeth and claws. A tunny fish swims below them.

A GREEK GOLD BRACELET CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 5TH CENTURY B.C. The penannular hoop round in section, with lion-head terminals joined to the ends by a cylindrical collar, a small beaded wire at the join, a larger beaded wire framed by plain wire behind the heads, each lion head with an incised radiating mane, the short rounded ears high on the head, the eyes bulging within the recessed sockets, the whiskers incised 3¼ in. (8.3 cm.) wide

A GREEK GOLD FINGER RING CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA LATE 5TH-4TH CENTURY B.C. The plain hoop rounded on the exterior, bevelled on the sides, and flat on the interior, expanding to the slightly off-set oval bezel, engraved with a lion head with a lolling tongue wearing a crested Corinthian helmet

Just dont make sick shit like this no more. bracelet from 5th century BCE. Greek origin.

Greek c 500 BCE --- I love ancient statues of lions. I should pin all the ones I photographed in Italy Greek c. 500 BCE Kind of surprised that they aren’t using “BCE” on the website.

Ancient Lion Coin Ring Model: 630-82 18k Yellow gold ring featuring an ancient Greek coin from Thrace, Cherronesos, 350-300BC. Finger size 7.5

Rosamaria G Frangini | High Jewellery Ancient | Greek signet ring, 1st century A.D. Signet Ring

Proto-Corinthian olpe with animals and sphinxes, ca. 640 BC–630 BC. From Corinth

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Etruscan revival earrings