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Item:173756192589Ancient Byzantine silver ring with tracery. Circa 11th-13th century. Holy Land diameter approximate 20mmweigth 2.3 gr Yavne-Yam (Hebrew: יבנה ים , also spelled Yavneh-Yam, literally Yavne-Sea) or Minet Rubin (Arabic, literally Port of Rubin, referring to biblical Reuben; Greek: Ἰαμνιτῶν Λιμήν) is an archaeological site located on Israel's southern Mediterranean coast, about 15 km south of Tel Aviv. Built on eolianite hills next to a small promontory forming the sole anchorage able to provide shelter to seagoing vessels between Jaffa and the Sinai, Yavne-Yam is notable for its role as the port of ancient Yavne. Excavations carried out by Tel Aviv University since 1992 have revealed continuous habitation from the second millennium BCE up to the Middle Ages.Condition:please see photos/ not cleaned - I find it after the rain that washed away the ancient layers of soil, where there are many traces of Byzantine times, see photo this place - ancient port Yavneh - Yam, Material:silver, Provenance:Ownership History Not Available
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Ancient Byzantine silver ring with tracery. Circa 11th-13th century. Holy Land