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Gold fragment of bracelet (?); in form of 'nodus Herculeus'; made up of plain and beaded wires, with nine large pellets interspersed; attached to one end of nodus is a portion of a band of thick twisted wires.
- Found/Acquired: Ostia
- Length: 5.6 centimetres
- Weight: 493 grammes
Greek & Roman Antiquities
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Object reference number: GAA69944
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