Marshall, Taxila, plate 182, nos 208, 211, 221-6, a, 228-39, 241-3, 245-52, 366 (Photos.) Mirrors, tooth pick and ear cleaners combined, pins with heart, globular, cube and bead heads, forcep, khol phials and stoppers in the form of bulls and peacocks, cylindrical casket decorated on rim with swags.
- 1950 (circa)
- Length: 16.2 centimetres
- Width: 11 centimetres
Inscription ContentCopper and bronze, plate 62
- Original from: Taxila
- (Asia,Pakistan,North West Frontier Province,Hazara (district),Taxila)
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Object reference number: RPA751
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