Replica of a copper compass from Egypt (6th - 7th century) decorated with engraved lines, rosette and an inlaid silver inscription which reads: ΕΥΤΥΧΩΣ ΧΡΟ ΠΑΝΤΟΤΕ (‘Use always in happiness’). Inscriptions expressing wishes were widespread not only on various objects but also on the decoration of mosaic floors during the late Roman period.
Length 6 cm
Cardholder - ΤΥΧΕΙΝ ΑΡΙΣΤΟΝ
Key ring with a coin from Aegina
Bookmark - Coin of Corinth