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Decorated Weight from Ur Although found in the ancient Mesopotamian city of Ur, this object, which is possibly a weight, was made in southeast Iran in antiquity. Made of a gray stone, such as schist or shale, the object is decorated in eight compartments with eyes and rosettes, while the handle is an imitation of basketry with further ornamental details. Early Dynastic III (c. 2600-2400 BCE), Ur.
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Mystery item made of stone, decorated with the eye motif and the eight-pointed rosettes that were meaningful to the Sumerians. The handle is similar to the kind found on a woven reed basket.

Carved grey stone (slate, shale or schist) with integral handle; possibly a weight; decoration in eight compartments with eyes and rosettes; handle is imitation of basketry and ornamented with lozenges in relief.

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Decorated Weight from Ur Although found in the ancient Mesopotamian city of Ur, this object, which is possibly a weight, was made in southeast Iran in antiquity. Made of a gray stone, such as schist or shale, the object is decorated in eight compartments with eyes and rosettes, while the handle is an imitation of basketry with further ornamental details. Early Dynastic III (c. 2600-2400 BCE), Ur.

Decorated Weight from Ur  Although found in the ancient Mesopotamian city of Ur, this object, which is possibly a weight, was made in southeast Iran in antiquity. Made of a gray stone, such as schist or shale, the object is decorated in eight compartments with eyes and rosettes, while the handle is an imitation of basketry with further ornamental details.  Early Dynastic III (c. 2600-2400 BCE), Ur.
Jiroft "Handbag" circa 2,500 BCE
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The mysterious "bag" . What does it represent? What was its real function?
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Figure Holding Stone Bag::For what purpose?

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The mysterious "bag" . What does it represent? What was its real function?

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Chlorite Lock Weight - Origin: Near East Circa: 3000 BC to 2000 BC Collection: Near Eastern Art Medium: Chlorite
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Chlorite Lock Weight - Origin: Near East Circa: 3000 BC to 2000 BC Collection: Near Eastern Art Medium: Chlorite

Chlorite Lock Weight -  Origin: Near East Circa: 3000 BC to 2000 BC  Collection: Near Eastern Art Medium: Chlorite

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This idol in the form of a lock or handbag was likely carried to indicate that the bearer was of high office.  This extraordinary example was found originally in several pieces.  The idol is carved from grey chlorite and measures approximately 27 cm in width.  One side bears two pairs of birds of prey, and the other side bears two tethered bulls facing each other.

Picture of a broken handbag that has stumped Archaeologists thus far.

Ancient stone "handbag" or "basket", as carried by the ancient "gods", or at least an imitation of those carried by the "gods".

Ancient stone "handbag" or "basket", as carried by the ancient "gods", or at least an imitation of those carried by the "gods".

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Jiroft , Iran chlorite ancient artifact millenium B. Not technically an ankh, but may have pre-dated it and would be held the same way

Iran, jiroft stone ceremonial object with the image of palm trees, ca 3000 BC. شیٔ سنگی با نقش درختان نخل جیرفت ، حدود ۳۰۰۰ سال پیش از میلاد

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Iran, jiroft stone ceremonial object with the image of palm trees, ca 3000 BC…

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Handbags of the Gods.

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Jiroft culture- تمدن جیرفت

Jiroft civilization ca 3000 BC. This stone object was used as a sign and was carried by some prayers in religious ceremonies.

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