Roman bronze key ring.
Circa:1st-3rd. C. Ad.
Measurement 40mm.external ,ring 90mm.,16grams.
Such rings are also believed to have symbolised marriage or betrothal,
and were worn by
Roman brides to signify their role in household management.
Keys and lock bolts account for the most common items of Roman security
hardware to survive today.
Keys were used mainly for doors, chests, boxes, caskets, cupboards, and padlocks,
although they sometimes served ceremonial or decorative purposes, such as matron keys,
jewellery items, and votive offerings.
Item will be safe pack
And send with registered mail.
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- Ancient Roman
- Number of objects
- Century/ Timeframe
- 1st-3rd.C AD.
- Good Condition, See Photo