|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Provenience||Iran | Hasanlu|
|Archaeology Area||XXXVII(5)/21 B7|
Bronze object, consisting of a riveted rectangular plate with two triangular attachments with the side furthest from the cross piece being concave; found below chin, in front of chest; made of bronze sheet 1.5mm thick, cross-piece folded to double thickness, textile adhered to parts; longest sides of the two triangular parts were folded over to enclose strip of wood.
|Credit Line||The Hasanlu Project; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1961|
|Other Number||HAS60-970 - Field No SF|
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