Heavy, grey stone, stained pinkish-red at head which is rubbed flat; necked with rounded head; rusted along one side; possibly used as a whetstone.
The Hasanlu Project; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1973
Black, heavy stone rod; one end has deep groove, other end is broken off.
Polished stone weight, found broken in eight pieces; shaped like a phallus.
Grey stone cylindrical bead, cut on one side to appear twisted possibly.
The Hasanlu Project; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1971
Fourteen beads, mainly conical. Excavation area note: from the left arm of Burial 1
Half of a mottled green or black and white tubular bead; pierced from both ends, but fail to meet in the center.
1) white, stone spheroid; 2) carnelian and white ellipsoid; 3-4) pink spheroids; 5) carnelian spheroid bead. Fragments.
Grey stone, tubular bead found among sherds.
Three tan or dirty grey beads. a) Lenticular. b) Tubular with slanted ends. c) Similar to b, but longer.
The Hasanlu Project; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1975
Three black beads: a) lenticular; b) tubular; c) ellipsoid.