Fractured, pitted and worn spherical bead of glass
- 1stC(late)-2ndC (found with late 1st-century coins)
- Made in: Afghanistan
- Excavated/Findspot: Bimaran Stupa 2 (?)
- (Asia,Afghanistan,Darunta,Bimaran,Bimaran Stupa 2)
- Length: 10 millimetres
- Diameter: 11 millimetres
For documentation of South Kensington Museum no.1095/India Museum no.56, see 1880.4110.a. For another bead associated with finds from Bimaran Stupa 2, see 1880.3699.c. For similar beads, see 1880.3889.a and 1880.4112.a.
Excavated between November 1833 and April 1834 (Masson MSS Eur. E161/VII, ff.1-2).
- 1095 (South Kensington Museum no.)
- 56 (India Museum no.)
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Object reference number: R##46237
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