12 December 2002
ANCIENT JUDAICA FROM THE COLLECTION OF DANIEL M. FRIEDENBERG
THREE EARLY JEWISH OBJECTS
Late Roman to Byzantine Period, Circa 4th-7th Century A.D.
Including a lead counterweight, square in shape, one side with a seven-branched menorah on a flat base; a black stone pendant, triangular in shape, engraved on each side with a seven-branched menorah; and a lead bulla, the obverse with a seven-branched menorah at the center, a shofar to the left and an etrog and lulav to the right, with a beaded border, the reverse with a man standing at the center, an inscription identifies him, reading, "Yo'ash"
¾ in. (1.9 cm) square for the first (3)
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