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Fragments of think gold leaf, probably from a funeral diadem. Many of the fragments are rolled up or crushed, and they few that are flattened out do not show obvious signs of decoration.
- 1050 BC-300 BC
- Made in: Cyprus
- Excavated/Findspot: Amathus, Site D, tomb 286
- (Europe,Cyprus,Limassol (district),Amathus)
- Length: 2.8 centimetres (max frag)
- Width: 2.5 centimetres (max. frag.)
Greek & Roman Antiquities
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Object reference number: GAA53454
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