13 June 2000
A NEO-ASSYRIAN BRONZE PENDANT OF PAZUZU
circa 8th-7th century b.c.
With prominent round ears, bulging eyes and feline nose, the face with deeply furrowed creases and a wide open mouth, the broad jaw bearded, with a narrow cylindrical neck, a suspension loop above
16 in. (3.7 cm) high
Dr. Elie Borowski
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