Reliquary Pendant. This pendant reliquary, was worn around the neck of its owner, is an excellent example of the continuing tradition of Byzantine art. The reliquary consists of a hinged outer case with a smaller reliquary inside. In the case of the pendant, the inscription names the original owner, Arsenios, metropolitan of Serres in northeastern Greece. Serres was a center of art production in the sixteenth century, so it may was made there.