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7th century B.C., 8th century B.C.
The two bracelets, which look very similar but are not identical, are composed of several twisted wires of silver arranged in a semi-circle; they are soldered to two triangular plates that form the ends of the adornment.
The cross, that can still be opened and closed, is composed of two bronze boxes with were molded and joined by hinges. A thick suspension ring enabled the encolpion to be worn as a pendant.
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