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Object Number: 62-30-583
Current Location: Collections storage
Culture:Ptolemaic
Provenience: Palestine
Gibeon
Archaeology Area: III-E-1
Manufacture Location: Tyre
Maker: Ptolemy II
Period: Bronze Age
Ptolemaic Period
Section:Near Eastern
Materials:Metal (uncertain)
Iconography:Zeus
Eagle
Club
Credit Line:University Museum-Church Divinity School of the Pacific Expedition, 1960
Other Number54/C39 - Field No SF
1 - Other Number

Description

Ptolemy II, mint of Tyre. Obverse: Head of Zeus; Eagle with club in left field. Reverse; undated


Bibliography:

[Book] Pritchard, James B. 1964. Winery, Defenses, and Soundings at Gibeon. : Page/Fig./Plate: 53:1View Objects cited in this Publication

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