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Ear of corn and a heralds's staff. Roman ringstone, 30 BC-200 Agate, gold (modern gold ring). 0,9 x 0,7 cm Inventory number: I702

Ear of corn and a heralds's staff. x cm Inventory number:

Athena with Nike, an owl and ears of corn. Graeco-Roman ringstone, 30 BC-200

Tingstone of Athena with Nike - Athena her owl and ears of corn. Greco-Roman period, about 50 BC - 200 AD, at the Thorvaldsens Museum

Yellow sard gem engraved with the left hand of Fortuna (?) holding a cornucopia, ears of corn and poppy-seed vessels; below is a steering-oar. Roman Imperial.  Date 1stC-3rdC

Yellow sard gem engraved with the left hand of Fortuna (?) holding a cornucopia, ears of corn and poppy-seed vessels; below is a steering-oar.

Aequitas med vægtskåle, kornaks og scepter. Hellenistisk-romersk ringsten ~~ Aequitas with scales, ears of corn and a sceptre. Graeco-Roman ringstone, 30 BC-200  Ancient carnelian stone set in a modern gold ring. 1,4 x 1,0 cm Inventory number: I605

Hellenistisk-romersk ringsten ~~ Aequitas with scales, ears of corn and a sceptre. Graeco-Roman ringstone, 30 Ancient carnelian stone set in a modern gold ring. x cm Inventory number:

Plasma gem engraved with a draped Pantheistic Fortuna holding a caduceus, ears of corn and two cornucopiae; at her feet are two quadrupeds and a steering-oar; a diminutive Victory places a wreath on her head. Roman Imperial.  Date 1stC-3rdC

Plasma gem engraved with a draped Pantheistic Fortuna holding a caduceus, ears of corn and two cornucopiae; at her feet are two quadrupeds and a steering-oar; a diminutive Victory places a wreath on her head.

Demeter with ears of corn, dish of fruit and an ant. Roman ringstone, 200-400 Cornelian. 1,2 x 0,8 cm Inventory number: I154

Demeter with ears of corn, dish of fruit and an ant. x cm Inventory number:

Demeter with ears of corn, dish of fruit and an ant. Roman ringstone, 150-400 Karneol. 1,4 x 1,0 cm Inventory number: I151

Demeter with ears of corn, dish of fruit and an ant. x cm Inventory number:

Gold and Banded Onyx Ring Depicting the Eagle of Rome, 1st Century ADThis ring is a particularly fine example of a form known across the Roman empire. The black-and-white banded onyx intaglio depicts the eagle of Jupiter with a wreath in its beak on...

Gold and Banded Onyx Ring Depicting the Eagle of Rome, Century ADThis ring is a particularly fine example of a form known across the Roman empire. The black-and-white banded onyx intaglio depicts the eagle of Jupiter with a wreath in its beak on.

Slightly convex cornelian intaglio: palm tree in a stepped container between two ears of corn.

Slightly convex cornelian intaglio: palm tree in a stepped container between two ears of corn.

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