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Silver Roman ring

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Silver Roman ring
Silver Roman ring

Silver Roman ring. This is one of the earliest evidence of the presence of Christians in Roman Britain. Intaglio shows two fish hanging from the anchor. The find dated to the 3rd century CE.

The object was found in 2014 during archeological works in the ruins of the Roman fort Vinovia, near the English village of Binchester in County Durham.

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  • Photo: Durham University

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