16 June 2006
A MESOPOTAMIAN BRONZE WEIGHT
SYRIA, CIRCA 2ND MILLENNIUM B.C.
In the form of a stylized duck, its head turned back, the arching neck forming a loop, the bill splayed at the join to the body, flattened along the bottom
4¼ in. (10.8 cm.) long
German Private Collection, 1978.
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