Roman jewelry


    The Romanian Civilization:

     Ancient Roman jewelry was characterized by interest in colored gems and glass, and was mainly focused on the production of high quality metals by practicing craftsmen. There were different types of jewelry worn by different races and social classes in Rome, and were used for aesthetic purposes and to convey social messages of state and wealth.

    The jewelry was a great and horrifying historical history that reflected the interest of those ancient peoples in jewelry and accessories, which were often worn by high-ranking officials in the country, but were also buried with them in the event of their death as a kind of reverence and readiness for other life.

    Our Arab countries are rich in many aspects of the ancient Roman civilization, most notably the presence of Roman gold buried underground. The Romans erected many monuments and terraces and left behind traces of them and the depth of the history of civilization at the time they lived. Among the many things found by people Roman artefacts such as gold, coins and many precious monuments, which tempt people to search for them to sell or put in museums.

    Roman Gold:

    Roman gold has many signs, symbols and symbols to indicate it, as follows:

    1. The four-footed matrix sign next to each other:
     These feet indicate the presence of gold nearby, meaning that you have to stand and look left and look for a small jar, and the little bell is an indication of the location of the main gold.

    2. Badges of the Brushes or Spindle:
    The spout is usually found on a smooth rock, although most of its own piles are found in scattered, scattered and strewn rocks. Most often, the starting point for finding the piles is under a pile of small rock or gravel that Only accessible after fatigue.

    3. Snow ball - spiral circle:
    This sign indicates the proximity of the hidden gold, which usually indicates a dangerous trap, especially if the color is red.

    4. The decorative mane:
    Most often they are uneven sizes, but they are next to the pods.

    5. Shoes with a heel, sandal, or normal shoe mark, and the feet are viewed in a circle around 10 meters.

    6. The royal triangle, the angles of the triangle are measured, and the direction of the angle of value is different from the rest.

    7. Snakes wrapped.

    8. The needle or jug:
      This sign indicates a jar filled with gold.

    9. Signal of the sun's burning eye.

    10. Millstones:
      The dolphins are buried below this signal at a depth of two meters.

    11. Scissors.

     12. The turtle hump.

    13. Gun:
      Walk 25 steps toward the gun nozzle, or reverse direction, and in both cases the number of steps is 25 steps. The patron of the church is the "clergyman".

    14. Observe the church "cleric".

    15. Eagle:
    Foot or wing direction is tracked.

    16. The full hand or hands shake hands.

    17. Stairs, stairways, stairs, or terraces.

    18. The normal cross or the crossed cross.

    19. Long filaments.

    20. The plow.

    21. Fish:
    Means that the dolphins are mucus with a water barrier.

    22. Balance reference:
    Indicates that the dolphins belong to the rich class.

    23. The hammer.

    24. Reference of the chair, whether the chair or the chair with a slant, or any reference in which there is a chair.

    25. Closed box.

    26. Signal sun and the moon:
    Beam is followed.

    27. Counter-birds:
    There is a wedge between them.

    28. The sign of the tree inverted.

    29. Reference of opposing arrows.

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    اسامة السالمي
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