Ancient Mesopotamia Cylinder Seal Intaglio Battling Goddess Solid 22K Gold

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller nightingale_box (704) 99.4%, Location: Bangkok, default, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 283309808146 Material: Genuine gold Solid Weight : 5 grams Solid Gold Weight : 5 grams Ancient Cylinder Seal and impression: About 1200 B.C. An intense and intricately carved cylinder seal shows battle scene of goddess VS Mythical Creatures .A cylinder seal is a small round cylinder, typically about one inch (2 to 3 cm) in length, engraved with written characters or figurative scenes or both, used in ancient times to roll an impression onto a two-dimensional surface, generally wet clay. Cylinder seals were invented around 3500 BC in the Near East, at the contemporary sites of Susa in south-western Iran and Uruk in southern Mesopotamia. They are linked to the invention of the latter’s cuneiform writing on clay tablets.[2][3][4] They were used as an administrative tool, a form of signature, as well as jewelry and as magical amulets; later versions would employ notations with Mesopotamian cuneiform. In later periods, they were used to notarize or attest to multiple impressions of clay documents. Graves and other sites housing precious items such as gold, silver, beads, and gemstones often included one or two cylinder seals, as honorific grave goods.

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