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|Highlights of the Collection: Cypriot Jewelery|
|Cypriot Jewellery from the Hellenistic and Roman Periods (continued)||Page 3 of 3|
Many other forms of jewellery were also in use during this period including bracelets, necklaces and finger rings.
Stringed necklaces are seen in many different designs (right).
AN.G457; AN1873.141; AN.CTN102
These are examples of the simpler types, and show the elegance of the craftsmanship. Other examples can be seen in the Roman displays in the Leeds Gallery (left).
Leeds Gallery Cabinet 46
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