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Scarab seal

Period:
Iron Age I
Date:
ca. early 1st millennium B.C.
Geography:
Northern Syria or southeastern Anatolia
Medium:
Hematite
Dimensions:
Seal Face: 1.69 x 1.49 cm
height: 0.83 cm
String Hole: 0.3 cm
Classification:
Stone-Stamp Seals
Credit Line:
Purchase, 1899
Accession Number:
99.22.36
Not on view
Acquired by the Museum in 1899, purchased from the Reverend William Hayes Ward.
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