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Bead in the form of a head with painted face date: 4th-3rd century BCheight: 7 cmmaterial: glass pastefound at: Carthagecollection: Musée national du Bardo, Tunesiaphoto: Rijksmuseum van Oudheden

Bead in the form of a head with painted face date: century BC height: 7 cm material: glass paste found at: Carthage collection: Musée national du Bardo, Tunesia photo: Rijksmuseum van Oudheden

This opaque glass bead is in the form of a Phoenician head. The upper part of the face is yellow, there is a twist of blue and white around the top of the head, and the beard is dark blue. There is a loop for suspension on top.

This opaque glass bead is in the form of a Phoenician head. The upper part of the face is yellow, there is a twist of blue and white around the top of the head, and the beard is dark blue. There is a loop for suspension on top.

Carthaginian glass head pendant, mid-4th to 3rd century BCE. From the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Glass head pendant Period: Late Classical Date: to century B. rod-formed and trailed Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Glass Credit Line: Gift of J.

Head pendant, 5th century B.C.  Phoenician or Carthaginian. Glass; rod-formed, trailed, and tooled. Dimensions: 1 7/16 × 7/8 × 3/4 in. (3.6 × 2.3 × 1.9 cm).

Phoenician or Carthaginian glass head pendant, century B. rod-formed, trailed, and tooled. Dimensions: 1 × × in. -The Metropolitan Museum of Art-

Phoenician-made necklace with glass eye beads and a central head pendant, recovered from Grave 1 at Tharros, Sardinia.  ca. 600 - 300 BC. | Collection: British Museum, London. | Pg 313 "The Worldwide History of Beads" by Lois Sherr Dubin. 2009 edition.

Phoenician-made necklace with glass eye beads and a central head pendant, recovered from Grave 1 at Tharros, Sardinia.

Art phénicien, Ve-IIIe siècle av. J.-C. Perle amulette, pâte de verre sur noyau d’argile,

Art phénicien, Ve-IIIe siècle av. J.-C. Perle amulette, pâte de verre sur noyau d’argile,

The focal of this necklace is a modern reproduction of a glass face/head pendant handcrafted of glass in Java, Indonesia. It measures approximately

RESERVED Handcrafted Primitive Phoenician Mask Glass Face Pendant with Large Mosaic Glass Beads, Vintage Millefiori & Naga Beads

Glass face with beard - Phoenician or Carthaginian, Late classical period, mid 4th - 3rd century BC. Metropolitan Museum

Glass face bead Period: Late Classical Date: century B. Culture: Phoenician or Carthaginian Medium: Glass; rod-formed and trai.

Phoenician or Carthaginian Glass Pendant in the Form of the Head of a Bearded Man | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Phoenician or Carthaginian Glass Pendant in the Form of the Head of a Bearded Man | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Bearded head pendant,protective amulet. Sand-core glass (4th-3rd BCE) from Carthage, Tunisia 6 cm

Carthage was Rome's major rival. Sand-core glass BCE) from Carthage, Tunisia 6 cm]

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Phoenician Glass Head Pendant, Lebanon, Syro-Phoenicia, - centuries B.C, Cleveland Art Museum.

A COLLECTION OF MEDITERRANEAN GLASS EYE BEADS -  PHOENICIAN OR CARTHAGINIAN, CIRCA 6TH-2ND CENTURY B.C.

A COLLECTION OF MEDITERRANEAN GLASS EYE BEADS - PHOENICIAN OR CARTHAGINIAN, CIRCA 6TH-2ND CENTURY B.C.

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