The ring belonged to Leontios of the province of Opsikion. Patrikios and komes were Roman titles that shifted in meaning during the Byzantine period; it seems likely that Leontios was the governor of the province or a high-ranking general.
century gold "Jewish wedding ring shaped like a hexagonal building – symbolising both the marital home and the Temple of Jerusalem – with gothic arches, gables and a pyramidal roof on which is inscribed mazel tov
Finger ring, made of gold and diamond, in England. The ring is engraved; one shoulder depicts Virgin and Child, other depicts St Thomas à Becket before altar with sword piercing head; trefoil bezel containing diamond.
One day I might propose my significant other with an ancient ring like this. (provided she is into proposals :)) Gold ring with inscription in openwork (Ivy leaf) ANIMA DVLCIS VIVAS MECV (May you live with me sweet soul).