Achaemenid Empire, Serpent Headed Silver Ring

Date: c. 530 - 350 BCE
Ancient Middle East

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Item Description:

Includes glass top display box.

This silver ring dates back to the Achaemenid Empire, and features the heads of two serpents facing each other. It is in excellent condition and could potentially even be wearable. However, this is never something we can recommend with ancient jewelry, due to the risk of damage as well as harmful additives like lead possibly being present in the metal.

The ring measures approximately 25mm in diameter.

The Achaemenid Empire, founded by Cyrus the Great in the 6th century BCE, marked the first great Persian Empire and became one of the largest empires in history. Stretching from the Indus Valley to the Balkans, it encompassed various cultures, religions, and languages, and thrived under the principles of tolerance and efficient administrative systems. After about two centuries, the empire's decline began with a series of revolts and was hastened by the ambitious conquests of Alexander the Great in the late 4th century BCE. Within a relatively short span, the mighty Achaemenid Empire crumbled, making way for the rise of the Hellenistic Seleucid Empire.

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