Gilt bronze. The emergence from the Dark Ages is embodied in the rise to power of the Frankish King, Charlemagne in 768 (founder of the Holy Roman Empire after 800) followed by conquering southern Europe from France to Italy and much of Northern Europe. The condition for peace was acceptance of Christianity, under penalty of death. Conversion was effective and Northern Europeans, primarily Saxons, wore small cross to affirm their Christianity. This example, Just over 1” height with centered cross beam and globular beam ends. The center squared with saltire. Professionally refurbished with gold overlay restored. Item ships one business day after payment.Domestic: Flat-rate of $9.95 to anywhere within the contiguous U.S. No additional fees for combined shipping per bidder.International: Flat-rate of $12.95 to anywhere in the world. No additional fees for combined shipping per bidder.Location: This item ships from Michigan.
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