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Armant: UC 25489

Group of beads comprising sixty yellow glass; twenty five rounded carnelian, three long polygonal carnelian, one translucent glass, one long rounded millefiori, one amethyst, six small assorted, two glass 'sweet' shaped. The beads were found around the neck of a child, about 8 to 10 years old, buried in the temple complex of Armant in the first millennium AD.

date: late Roman - early Islamic

UC 25489


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