Bronze, Shell, Paste, Carnelian, etc.
American School Oriental Research / University Museum Expedition toTell Billa, Iraq; E. A. Speiser, 1932
American School Oriental Research / University Museum Expedition toTell Billa, Iraq; E. A. Speiser 1932-1933
50+ Miscellaneous collection of beads. a) Two large, carnelian ellipsoids. b) One and one-half square-ended glass beads. c) One white tube (bone). Also, numerous small spirals of frit and Egyptian Blue and lots of shell circle.
The Hasanlu Project; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1975
8 carnelian flattened balls and rings. 1 chalcedony date-shaped. 1 bronze ring. 1 paste ring.
Gift of the Persian Institute; Holmes Expedition, Erich Schmidt, 1943
Carnelian carinated. Gold balls. Irregularly shaped beryl (?) rings, 1 rectangular and 1 irregular lapis, 1 bronze ring, 1 shell tubular
American School Oriental Research / University Museum Expedition to Tepe Gawra, Iraq; E. A. Speiser, 1933
Carnelian; glass; white stone; striped glass; one copper/bronze cylinder.
The Hasanlu Project; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1962
Carnelian, bronze, shell, white frit tubes; glass, some decorated; a fused bronze boss was also found; sent for analysis, as were some of the beads. Found next to skeleton.
Lot of objects consisting of one globular carnelian bead fragment, one faience barrel bead, and a small fragment of bronze.
Penn-Yale Expedition to Abydos, Egypt; David O'Connor and William Kelly Simpson, 1982
Copper/Bronze rings, studs, two dangles (probably decorated), and tiny nail heads. Some frit beads; three glass beads; one shell, one carnelian; two tiny coils of bronze.
78 Beads. 2 strings of beads: string 1) 2 coiled tubular copper/bronze (+fragment), 56 segmented tubular Egyptian blue (various lengths), 1 plain tubular Egyptian Blue; string 2) 13 ball-shaped and irregular carnelian, 6 pear-shaped white glass.
The Hasanlu Project, Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1993
Beads; carnelian, antimony, quartz, shell, copper/bronze of varied shapes; numerous cowrie shells
The Hasanlu Project; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1958
Covered with beads of shells, paste, carnelian and bronze.
Carnelian button set with a bronze loop through the middle.
The Eckley B. Coxe Jr. Expedition to Nubia, Buhen; D. Randall-MacIver and C. L. Wooley, 1910
Bronze; triangular shape; pin and catch missing; ribbed and beaded molding on each arm of arc; pin had been made separately.
Babylonian Expedition to Nippur, 1899
Carnelian set in bronze. Bezel Preserved
American School Oriental Research / University Museum Expedition to Tell Billa, Iraq; E. A. Speiser, 1931
Beads of carnelian, quartz, one bronze and cowrie shell; two antimony beads.
Bronze, with carnelian bead.
CBS Register: silver pin, with carnelian head. length 223 mm
found on card in storage: pin identified as this piece has a lapis head. possibly incorrect identification Description 2016: Pseudomorphs present.
British Museum/University Museum Expedition to Ur, Iraq, 1930
3 carnelian rings and 1 bronze earring. The latter is listed as silver on the bag, and is fused to one of the carnelian rings.
Tall as-Sa'idiyya Expedition; James B. Pritchard, 1986
Carnelian scarab held on bronze ring (most of ring missing). Plain base.
Expedition to Beth Shean (Beisan); Clarence Fisher, 1921-1928