A rare and very large cylinder seal in hard polished black stone, dating to the Neo-Assyrian empire, 8th.-7th. cent. BC.
The seal is engraved with a spectacular scene of a great bearded King with two eunuchs servants serving food. The seal is described in detail in the collection card from the collection whence it was from. ...click for details
Interesting archaic cylinder seal, Syria or the Levante, dating to the late 3rd.-early 2nd. millenium BC.
The seal is carved in a black-green stone and depicts two standing figures with with 4 collums of small triangles between, that looks a bit like raindrops. Very interesting and rare depiction that we haven't encountered before. ...click for details
A scarce Old Assyrian cylinder seal, dating 2000-1600 BC.
The seal is engraved with a presentation scene where two worshippers or deities with their hands raised and carying gifts are stading before the throne of a high god. Between the god and minor deities an alter and a crescent above. ...click for details