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15.5 x 11mm Ancient Roman Mosaic Glass bead 2- 7AD #Yo04

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Seller: silkroadheritage (3,203) 98.7%, Location: Montgomery Village, Maryland, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 161097306672 Ancient Glass Bead. Was excavated in North Black Sea Region - ancient Tavrida, now days Crimea and dated 2-7AD. Collectors! This is a bead from my personal collection. I'm not really in a rush to sell this bead but I really want to show my beads. Please do not ask me for discount for this bead 15.5mm x 11mm There are no repairs. This glass bead shows a beautiful original patina and wear. Expected corrosion and wear are a consequence of age and extended burial. For more information about Pantikápaion go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panticapaeum * PLEASE ADD ME TO YOUR FAVORITES LIST * ATTENTION !!!!!! Most photographs have been enlarged to show details, so items may appear larger than their actual size. Colors appearing on the viewers computer may appear different in comparison to the original object. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Pantikápaion) antique city in the eastern Crimea (modern Kerch). Founded in the 1 st half of 6. BC. er. came from Miletus. May have previously located there Ionian trading station (Emporia). The city's name probably dates back to the Iranian roots: Pantikapaion - fishy way that could denote fishy Kerch Strait, on the shores of which the city was founded. Pantikápaion quickly turned into a major city, ahead of the other Greek settlements in the area. Already in the 2 nd half of the 6. BC. er. Pantikápaion began to mint its silver coin (a 4-in. BC. E .- and a gold and copper). In the 1 st half of the 5. BC. er. around P. united the Greek city located on both sides of the Kerch Strait (Cimmerian Bosporus), which formed the Bosporus state. Pantikápaion as its capital and the main shopping, crafts and cultural center. In its heyday P. occupied about 100 hectares. Back in 6. BC. er. He was surrounded by a defensive wall. The city settled on the slopes and foothills of the Rocky Mountains (modern Mount Mithridates). At the top was the acropolis with temples and public buildings. The slopes of the mountains were girded with artificial earthen terraces, on which the house passed the street, connecting streets, staircases. Terraces supported by stone retaining walls. The city has a good harbor. Turbulent political events of the late 2.1 cc. BC. er. (Savmaka uprising, taking the city Diophantus, the war of Mithridates VI Eupator (See Mithridates VI Evpator)), as well as a strong earthquake in the 60-ies. 1. BC. er. probably led to significant damage to the Pantikápaion, and demanded large reconstruction. In 1.2 cc. Mr. er. PA remained a major industrial and commercial center (archaeological site discovered numerous wineries, pottery kilns, complex household pits for grain storage, etc.). In the 3-4 centuries. there was a noticeable reduction in handicraft production and increased agricultural of the population, which was associated with the overall economy and the collapse of the naturalization of slave relations. The city gradually fell into disrepair. In the middle of 3. P. and all the Bosporus became a base for pirate raids of German, Dacian and other tribes on the coast of the Black and Mediterranean seas. At the end of 4. PA was destroyed by the Huns, leaving only a small town that existed, and in time. In the early Middle Ages it was called the Bosporus. Around the Pantikápaion antique city in the eastern Crimea (modern Kerch). Founded in the 1 st half of 6. BC. er. came from Miletus. May have previously located there Ionian trading station (Emporia). The city's name probably dates back to the Iranian roots: Pantikapaion - fishy way that could denote fishy Kerch Strait, on the shores of which the city was founded. Pantikápaion quickly turned into a major city, ahead of the other Greek settlements in the area. Already in the 2 nd half of the 6. BC. er. Pantikápaion began to mint its silver coin (a 4-in. BC. E .- and a gold and copper). In the 1 st half of the 5. BC. er. around P. united the Greek city located on both sides of the Kerch Strait (Cimmerian Bosporus), which formed the Bosporus state. Pantikápaion as its capital and the main shopping, crafts and cultural center. In its heyday P. occupied about 100 hectares. Back in 6. BC. er. He was surrounded by a defensive wall. The city settled on the slopes and foothills of the Rocky Mountains (modern Mount Mithridates). At the top was the acropolis with temples and public buildings. The slopes of the mountains were girded with artificial earthen terraces, on which the house passed the street, connecting streets, staircases. Terraces supported by stone retaining walls. The city has a good harbor. In the 3-4 centuries. there was a noticeable reduction in handicraft production and increased agricultural of the population, which was associated with the overall economy and the collapse of the naturalization of slave relations. The city gradually fell into disrepair. In the middle of 3. Pantikápaion. and all the Bosporus became a base for pirate raids of German, Dacian and other tribes on the coast of the Black and Mediterranean seas. At the end of 4. Pantikápaion was destroyed by the Huns, leaving only a small town that existed, and in time. In the early Middle Ages it was called the Bosporus. Around the Pantikápaion has a vast necropolis, consisting of ground tombs and burial mounds. The most famous stone tomb barrows 3.4 cc. BC. er. and crypts with painting the first centuries. er. Excavations PA. and its necropolis began in the 1 st half of 19. (Mostly dug mounds). Ground burials have been widely studied in the early 20 century. Pantikápaion has a vast necropolis, consisting of ground tombs and burial mounds. The most famous stone tomb barrows 3.4 cc. BC. er. and crypts with painting the first centuries. er. Excavations PA. and its necropolis began in the 1 st half of 19. (Mostly dug mounds). Ground burials have been widely studied in the early 20 century. Hi! My name is Elena. I’m collecting ancient beads from 1979. Most of my beads were found in Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. To be precise they were found between Mary city (Turkmenistan) and Samarkand (Uzbekistan). That area in past was called Bactria. Nowadays there are a lot of ruins older than 2000 years in this region. Unpaid items will be automaticly relisted after 21 days. THIS ANCIENT MOSAIC GLASS BEAD IS 100% GENUINE. Please, ask for more pictures for each bead. ATTENTION !!!!!! Most photographs have been enlarged to show details, so items may appear larger than their actual size. Colors appearing on the viewers computer may appear different in comparison to the original object. . Please Check Pictures for Details. Authenticity Guaranteed for full Refund. We combine shipping for $ 0.50 each addition item Original/Reproduction: Original

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