Germanic Silver Torque
Germanic Silver Torque. Roman period. 2nd till 3rd century AD. Danube region, Aquincum.
Fragment of a funerary stèla. Eastern Greece.
'For the most holy / honourable and her husband loving Apfia / apoia, daughter of Meleagros Proklos Alypos, son of Proklos made this for himself'.
Relief with a young man carrying a ram.
Mediterranean. Late Roman or Early Byzantine. Fourth till sixth century A. D. White marble. Large: 38,5 cm. Provenance: Several former collections / Art Trade, Brussels.
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