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Fragment of Roman gold bracelet

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Fragment of a Roman gold bracelet
Fragment of Roman gold bracelet

Fragment of a Roman gold bracelet with a Latin inscription. The object is dated to the 4th century CE; was found near Vršac, northern Serbia. Currently it is in the museum in Vršac.

The inscription says: D N Constanti, means Domino Nostro Constanti “(to/for) our Lord Constantine”. The inscription refers to Constantine I.

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