The engraved semi-precious gem is known as an intaglio and shows a figure with a raised whip on small chariot with four horses
A Roman jewel engraved with a chariot and four running horses was found set in a silver Anglo-Saxon pendant by a metal detectorist.
The small piece of jewellery was found in a field near Kingsey, Buckinghamshire, in May 2019.
Historian Edwin Wood said its "high-status" Sutton Hoo-era owner was someone who would have wanted "a direct link with Rome's power and authority".
It was declared treasure by Buckinghamshire Coroner's Court.
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