Roman Silver FELIX Legionary Ring

Roman Silver FELIX Legionary Military Ring

A Roman silver legionary military ring with a ropework rim and transverse bands to the shoulders. There is a plaque to the face with lettering FELIX FL.ML. This likely depicts the IV Flavia Felix Legion and the year 1050 since the foundation of Rome (297AD). The IV Flavia was levied by the Flavian emperor Vespasian in 70AD and given the name Felix meaning lucky. This was the legion led by General Maximus Decimus Meridius in the film Gladiator.

Era. 3rd century AD

Size. U ½ / 10 ½

£425.00
SKU: AJ1014
SPECIFICATIONS
Face dimensions. 17 x 15mm
Weight. 12.25 grams

CONDITION
Historical item, fine

Bearing in mind the great age of this item, it is important to treat it with care. We cannot extend our usual 2 year guarantee with this.

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A Roman silver legionary military ring with a ropework rim and transverse bands to the shoulders. There is a plaque to the face with lettering FELIX FL.ML. This likely depicts the IV Flavia Felix Legion and the year 1050 since the foundation of Rome (297AD). The IV Flavia was levied by the Flavian emperor Vespasian in 70AD and given the name Felix meaning lucky. This was the legion led by General Maximus Decimus Meridius in the film Gladiator.

Era. 3rd century AD

Size. U ½ / 10 ½

SPECIFICATIONS
Face dimensions. 17 x 15mm
Weight. 12.25 grams

CONDITION
Historical item, fine

Bearing in mind the great age of this item, it is important to treat it with care. We cannot extend our usual 2 year guarantee with this.

FREE Secure Worldwide Delivery
Presented in a Premium Gift Box
All Second Hand Jewellery Professionally Assessed
Shop Safely - CMJ & NAJ members, est. 1968