The jewelry is made entirely of gold. The earrings are composed of two elements: the hoop, which was inserted into the earlobe, and the pendant fixed to the underside of the ring. The hoop is a circular wire with the clasp at the top; it is decoratedwith a series of small cast spheres. The pendant was formed from two spheres positioned vertically and separated by a granulated frieze: some geometric motifs (points in relief, wires forming ample waves) ornament the surface of the pendant. This type of jewel is well documented throughout the eastern part of the Roman empire (Syria, Jordan).
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