A superbly engraved Hematite cylinder seal, provincial Babylonian seal, carved in Syria, dating 1900-1700 BC.
Two males, one in Babylonian robe face r. In front of them, a winged beast with paws raised and facing right. Before it, two deer facing vis-á-vis below and a double-headed eagle with wing open faces forward above.
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An important rare cylinder seal, dating to the 3rd. millenium BC.
The seal is very large and thus massive, since this seal belongs to a group of very thick seals with a lot of space for the carver. Interesting scene of fights between demons / gods and wild animals. There's a demon holding a knife, finishing off what looks like a little stagg. There's also a 'Master of animals' holding horned animal ...click for details
A very rare and highly interesting Neo-Babylonian stone stamp seal, dating to c. 8th.-6th. cent AD.
The seal is in the family of the so-called duck seals but in this case looks more like a dolphins head. Vivid engraving of the stamp it self with an unidentified item with rays and animals above. ...click for details