Head of Sinope or nymph, wearing sphendone
Sinope was one of the daughters of Asopus and thought to be an eponym of the city Sinope on the Black Sea. According to greek myths, she was seized by Apollo,the god of music and poetry, and carried over to the place where later stood the city named after her ,honouring her name.
|Gender||For Him or Her|
|Historic Period||Era: Classical|
|Material||Solid Sterling Silver|
|Diameter (excluding bails)||23 mm (29⁄32in)|
The ancient Greeks idolized intellect and spirit, while gods shared mortal passions and flaws to make themselves more accessible to humans. Beauty and harmony were truly at the heart of the ancient Greek civilization. This never fails to inspire our intellectual, scientific and spiritual worlds.
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