With a loop at one end; part of loop missing.
Expedition to Beth Shean (Beisan); Clarence Fisher, 1931
Bronze. In the form of a hand with the thumb placed between the second and third fingers. Loops attachment in back for suspension.
Expedition to Beth Shean (Beisan); Clarence Fisher, 1921-1928
Loop at one end; one arm missing.
Triangular shaped, ribbed, short tang.
The ends of the handle are bent back to form loops. Inside one of the loops is a fragment of a thin piece of bronze (perhaps part of the vessel). The handle is thinner on top where the hand grips it.
Handle with the ends bent back to form loops. In each of the loops is a fragment of a thin strip of bronze, probabyl part of the vessel. The handle is circular in section.
End bent back to form loops (one missing); this loop passes through another which is part of a strip originally attached to the side of the vessel.
With three horizontal arms, all with ends missing. A high pin rises from the conjecture of the arms.
Lentoid in section; pierced through the top for suspension. Inside is a loop attachment for holding an iron clapper, traces of which remain.
Circular top, sides pinched together. Attached to the top is a fragment of a chain for suspension. Fragmentary and incomplete.