5 December 2001
A BYZANTINE GOLD AND GLASS CROSS
Circa 6th Century A.D.
The hollow tapering cylindrical arms centered by a collar set with a cabochon glass, a suspension loop above
2 7/16 in. (6.2 cm) long
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For the type see no. 38 in Gonosová and Kondoleon, Art of Late Rome and Byzantium in the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
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