Gold strip decorated along the middle with two twisted wires between two plain wires, and along the edges with a filigree wave pattern; at one end is a five-petalled rosette; pierced with six holes for attachment.
- 4thC BC-3rdC BC
- Excavated/Findspot: Kyme, tomb
- (Asia,Turkey,Marmara Region,Kyme (Aeolis))
- Length: 3.7 centimetres
- Weight: 34 grains
Greek & Roman Antiquities
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Object reference number: GAA42748
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