Ancient Roman Jewellery
The ancient Romans indeed wore jewellery and lots of it. In some parts of ancient Rome it was considered status as to how many pieces of jewellery worn and how intricate it was.
The wealthy ancient Roman men didn't wear much jewellery. In fact they left it to their wives to display the jewellery on behalf of the family. The men usually only wore bronze or gold rings. One ring worn of the left hand was considered good manners and good taste, though some men disregarded this and wore as many as sixteen rings on one hand! Romans were very superstitious and wore rings that were said to bring luck to the wearer.…
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