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ROMAN BRACELET

A short length of a copper alloy Roman bracelet, possibly re-used as a finger-ring and dating from AD 250 - 410. It is part of a strip bracelet which is rectangular in plan and section, and which is bent untidily into a loop. Both ends are square and worn, making it hard to see if they are cut, original or broken. The outer face is decorated. At one end there is a ring and dot motif, then the rest…