Archaeology, Numismatics
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Collier (necklace) of the Roman empress Faustina the Younger
Collier (necklace) of the Roman empress Faustina the Younger

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Description: Gold necklace of the Roman empress Faustina the Younger (or Faustina Minor).
Intaglio in pale green beryl, gold necklace composed of eight diamond pendants connected by a hank ring, between 150 and 165.

Roman empress Faustina the Younger (Annia Galeria Faustina Minor), wife of Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius. She was born 125/130 and dead in 175.

Museum of Art and History (Musée d'Art et d'Histoire) - MAHG, Geneva, Switzerland
Inv. 020850

Source of information: MAHG

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Collier (necklace) of the Roman empress Faustina the Younger

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