Roman ring from Apahida, late 5th century AD


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Ring from the Germanic princely tomb of Omharus, princely tomb I of Apahida, Cluj County, Transylvania, Romania. The rich furnishings, including a gold Roman crossbow brooch and a gold cob bracelet, show Omharus to be a member of the Germanic upper class who was entrusted with high offices in the Roman Empire. The tomb dates to the late 5th century AD. Ring originally made of gold (29 g!). On request also possible in gold.

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