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Sagittarii - Ancient Roman 100 A.D. - 400 A.D. Bronze Archers Ring. This amazing ring is crafted from bronze, featuring a "V"design, a characteristic of an archers ring, beautiful raised decoration throughout and around the entire ring, and quality bronze work. This is a rare an fantastic find, worn by a Roman archer on the thumb. This particular example is superb with it's aged bronze patina, detail and condition. This artifact would make a very special gift or addition to any antiquity or jewelry collection.
Note: Sagittarii is the Latin term for archers. The term sagittariorum in the title or cavalry unit indicates a specialized archer regiment.
The zodiac sign 'Sagittarius' is known as the archer.
Measurements: Widest 13mm Narrowest 7mm
Weight: 6.6 grams
Ring Size: 12 1/2
Condition: Excellent Note: Artifacts should be treated as a luxury item. Can be worn with care.
Origin: Rome Provenance : Austria
Date: 100 A.D. - 400 A.D.