Genuine Journey of the Magi Album: Silver Drachm : Authentic Artifact
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Silver drachm of King Azes II of Bactria, identified by historians as having sent one of the three magi, or wise men, to pay homage to the baby Jesus.
From the late 14th to the early 20th century, colorful glass beads made in Czechoslovakia, Italy and Holland were brought to Africa to trade for exotic spices, gold and animal skins. Used as currency by African tribes, these beads were highly prized and appealed to the African peoples fondness for vivid colors. Our colorful jewelry simulates those ancient trade beads.
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