9CT GOLD CLASP ANCIENT EGYPTIAN COPTIC TUBULAR BEAD NECKLACE - 3rd - 5th A.D.

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Seller: whitefire7 (1,331) 100%, Location: Rossendale, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 274241496838 THE ITEM FOR SALE IS AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN COPTIC CHRISTIAN TUBULAR BEAD NECKLACE - EARTHEN COLOURS WITH 9CT GOLD CLASP 3rd - 5th A.D. This Ancient Egyptian bead necklace consists of ceramic tubular beads in multiple earth shades and shapes. The style is timeless and goes with clothing of all seasons. A great combination of Ancient restrung beads with a modern 9ct gold clasp. It offers you a wearable piece of ancient world jewellery that will always be a talking point and totally unique. 100% wearable 3rd-5th century A.D. A necklaces of various ceramic tubular beads in light and dark earth shades. Measures 74 cm (29 inches) long. Previously in a private British collection formed in the 1990's. Fine condition. According to ancient tradition, Christianity was introduced within present day Egypt by Saint Mark in Alexandria, shortly after the ascension of Christ and during the reign of the Roman emperor Claudius around 42 AD. The legacy that Saint Mark left in Egypt was a considerable Christian community in Alexandria. From Alexandria, Christianity spread throughout Egypt within half a century of Saint Mark's arrival in Alexandria, as is clear from a fragment of the Gospel of John, written in Coptic, which was found in Upper Egypt and can be dated to the first half of the 2nd century, and the New Testament writings found in Oxyrhynchus, in Middle Egypt, which date around the year 200 AD. In the 2nd century, Christianity began to spread to the rural areas, and scriptures were translated into the local language, today known as the Coptic language, but known as the Egyptian language at the time. By the beginning of the 3rd century AD, Christians constituted the majority of Egypt's population, and the Church of Alexandria was recognised as one of Christendom's four Apostolic Sees, second in honour only to the Church of Rome. The Church of Alexandria is therefore the oldest Christian Church in Africa. NO RESTORATION PICTURES PROVIDED FOR YOUR OWN APPRAISAL. Thanks for looking. No Restoration! No Hassle! Rapid Postage! International signed for shipping £9.00 EASY PAYMENT METHODS PAYPAL, UK CHEQUE, POSTAL ORDER, OTHER BY ARRANGEMENT. I POST TO ALL WORLD LOCATIONS SPECIAL DELIVERY OPTION (on request) COMES WITH £500 COMPENSATION COVER. Please check other interesting items from my collection that I will be listing over the next few weeks Condition: A rare collectable wearable necklace, Provenance: British collection; formed in the 1990's, Colour: see pictures natural earth colours creams Ochre, Culture: Eqyptian, Type: Necklace, Material: CERAMIC 9ct GOLD

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