Roman Glass Frog Pendant


An iridescent glass pendant, one side of which is moulded and depicts a frog (viewed from the top and with widely spread rear legs). The pendant features a suspension loop to the top, and has a flat back.


Date: Circa 1st - 2nd century AD
Condition: Very fine, complete and intact.

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Product Code: AS-1186
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The Romans associated frogs with fertility and harmony, as well as connecting them with Venus and licentiousness. Frogs were also important characters in the fables of Aesop and Phaedrus.

Weight 2 g
Dimensions H 2 cm



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