Ivory plaque carved in relief. Human headed winged sphinx wearing conical cap. One forepaw on a lotus bud, the other on a sacred tree. Tenon protruding from base. Phoenician - Nimrud.
Queen Pu-abi’s beaded cape, belt, and jewelry. The circle on the lower left is her garter; on the lower right is her wrist cuff (bracelet).
According to Wolley’s publication, Puabi’s bones were totally covered up with lapis lazuli, carnelian and golden beads.
Object Name: Amulet
Date: late 19th–early 20th century
Geography: Central Asia or Iran
Babylonian incantation bowl, jewish aramaic, with demon drawing, ca 6th cen
Are you asking about this votive relief? Here’s the source to flickr. The description says this one is in Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
Female Sphinx Plaque, ivory, Megiddo, Stratum VIIA, Late Bronze IIB (1300–1200 B.C.).”
Relief votive | Egypt 305-30 B.C.
Gold Washed Silver Bracelets With Carnelian. Turkman Tribe. Cuffs of this size covers practically the entire forearm. They were very prized and worn only for festivities. The Turkman were mainly nomadic people with their lifestyle invested in horsemanship and as a prominent horse culture. Location: Iran | Circa Date: Late 19th Century | Dimensions: 5.5” x 3” x 2.25”.
“Bead And Bell Necklace 100+ Years Old! Worn by shaman from ancient tribes of India and Tibet close to the Myanmar border, these necklaces were used in ritual dances to awaken the Gods. Each bell has a different tone and the unique use of design and color distinguishes the tribe. Believed to bring good energy!”