Sard gem engraved with two figures standing face to face, both wearing short tunics, cloaks and boots; one has a shepherd's crook and basket, the other leans on a knotted staff. Between them is a head like a Gorgon mask; in the exergue are pan-pipes.


Thing

Made Of
sard
Type of Thing
gem
Techniques
engraved

Place

Made In
Italy

Time

Acquired In
1799
Made
3rdC BC-2ndC BC
Period/Culture
Roman Republican

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