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|Highlights of the Collection: Cypriot Jewelery|
|Cypriot Jewellery from the Hellenistic and Roman Periods (continued)||Page 2 of 3|
Pendant earrings and pendants, which could have belonged to earrings or necklaces, are are common and beautifully made.
|Crescent-shapes (lunar) earrings were also very popular (left), and become a standard type in jewellery of the succeding Byzantine period (below).|
|AN1873.144-151||Byzantine Gallery Cabinet 3|
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