Roman Silvered Bronze Earrings

Date: c. 100 CE
Roman Empire

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  • Period: circa 1st century CE
  • Material: Silver coated bronze
  • Origin: Roman Empire
  • Size: Approximately 1 inch diameter each

Roman jewelry, including earrings, was typically made from precious metals such as gold, silver, and bronze, and often featured intricate designs and colorful gemstones. Earrings were a popular accessory for both men and women in ancient Rome, and were worn as a sign of wealth and status.

Roman women in particular valued jewelry, as it was deemed to be their personal property that they could own separately from their husband's wealth and utilize in any way they wished. Women had the liberty to purchase, trade, inherit, or sell their jewelry as they saw fit. This gave them a certain level of economic independence and control over their own assets, in a society that was otherwise highly male dominated.

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