Byzantine, Reversible ring engraved with a lion and a bear, 6-7th century (source).
A BYZANTINE GOLD FINGER RING CIRCA 4TH-5TH CENTURY A.D. The plain hoop bevelled on the exterior, concave on the interior, with an inverted, truncated pyramidal bezel engraved with a lion leaping in profile to the left, its tail raised, a cross above
Byzantine Brocade with Lions, Purple
Silver Plate with David Slaying a Lion - Constantinople, Turkey - Byzantine - 629-630
“sciamito”, a medieval fabric of particular structure suitable for lavish embroidery. Produced originally in the geographic area of the Middle East (Syria, Iran, Byzantium) has spread later in the Mediterranean areas subject to Islam. This particular item, embroidered with a technique "opus ciprense" (I would translate it as "in the Cyprus way") was probably made a Palermo.
9th - 10th Century AD: Lions. Purple silk serge. From the tomb of St. Julian in Rimini. Byzantine. Museo Naziosle, Ravenna, Spain.
9th-10th Century Byzantine Lion
Tür mit Rautenarmatur und Wappen (Tür aus Holz) Inventarnummer: A150 Datierung: um 1400 Ort: Nürnberg Material/Technik: Tannenholz, Eisen, Eisenblech Maße: H. 155 cm; B. 115 cm, T. 13,2 cm Sammlung: Bauteile und historisches Bauwesen
Coat of arms of Archduke Maximilian III, Castle Ambras, Innsbruck, Austria.