The objects featured here convey the diversity and workmanship of the treasures uncovered at the Monastery of the Virgins. They include a fine Byzantine clay oil lamp, a signet ring, a coin, the serpentine arm of what was once a candelabrum, a clay samovar and a metal door knocker in the form of a cross. The ring is made of bronze and carries the Greek inscription of a high-ranking official named Theodolos Oliverius, son of Oliverius. The coin dates to the reign of the Byzantine emperor Tiberius Mauritius (582–602 C.E.) and was found on the street that passed the monastery on the east.