13 June 2000
TWO PHOENICIAN SEALS
circa 6th-5th century b.c.
Including a silver scarab, perforated horizontally, the underside with a crouching lion, its head turned back; and a pink jasper scaraboid engraved with a winged griffin, drilled horizontally, with the original silver bail
½ in. (1.3 cm) high for the larger (2)
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