New York, Park Avenue
18 December 1998
TWO LURISTAN BRONZE HARNESS FITTINGS
circa 900-700 b.c.
Each ring-shaped with a loop at the top and bottom, enclosing a female deity depicted with her hands raised, wearing a horned headdress and large round earrings, with a protruding nose and small round breasts, details incised
4 in. (10.8 cm.) high each (2)
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For a similar harness ring see pl. 58E in Pope, A Survey of Persian Art, vol. VII.
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