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« on: July 19, 2019, 03:42:15 am »


Please help me for period.25/22 mm.bronze.
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« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2019, 01:48:09 pm »

Ave!

By the shape, your ring is Roman, Guiraud Type 1 = 1st Cent BC - 1st Cent AD

The intaglio is...well, uh, um, extraordinary, to say the least.  evil

Perhaps no one (or everyone) noticed the similarity found on Spintrae type #VI sans the jug of wine and the little helper person?
In this case, the prostituo is wearing a lion mask? Just sayin'.

Pretty sure I'm correct per the ring type; the rest is purely conjecture on my part.

Kitov, this a very cool ring. Wear it!

Best regards,

Kevin
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« Reply #2 on: March 21, 2020, 05:55:47 am »

Ave!

By the shape, your ring is Roman, Guiraud Type 1 = 1st Cent BC - 1st Cent AD

The intaglio is...well, uh, um, extraordinary, to say the least.  evil

Perhaps no one (or everyone) noticed the similarity found on Spintrae type #VI sans the jug of wine and the little helper person?
In this case, the prostituo is wearing a lion mask? Just sayin'.

Pretty sure I'm correct per the ring type; the rest is purely conjecture on my part.

Kitov, this a very cool ring. Wear it!

Best regards,

Kevin
Thank you Kevin
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