Roman bracelet from Waiblingen, second half of the 3rd century AD
The silver bracelet with stylized snake heads comes from Waiblingen-Beinstein, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, from the site of a former Roman estate (“Domhainle”). The serpent was an important domestic guardian spirit in Roman religion and also played an important role in the widespread worship of the god Asclepius. Inside diameter 7 cm wide, 5.8 cm high. A surcharge of 7 euros must be calculated for a larger or smaller diameter. Please note when ordering. Replica in brass.