White stone amulet in form of a human foot; hole perforated laterally top of ankle for suspension; abraded; deposit.
- Found/Acquired: Nihavand
- (Asia,Iran,West Iran,Hamadan (province),Nihavand)
- Length: 15 millimetres
- Height: 11 millimetres
Fair; abraded; deposit.
The acquisition of this collection was highlighted in the 'Annual Report of the General Progress of the Museums for the year 1936' (BM BM (Natural History) 1937, pp. 10-11) as "A large collection of pottery, terracotta figurines, bronzes, seals and amulets, mainly from Persia, varying in date from before 3000 B.C., and for the most part from known sites; specially selected to illustrate periods not hitherto represented, or inadequately represented, in the collection".
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