Jaroslav Hutan
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Lunula, Ross, County Westmeath, Early Bronze Age, C.2000 BC (Gold)

Lunula, Ross, County Westmeath, Early Bronze Age, C.2000 BC (Gold)

HARLYN BAY LUNULA: 'In 1865 a labourer found two wafer-thin crescents of gold known as lunulae at Harlyn Bay [in Cornwall]. They probably date from the early Bronze Age, and were probably deposited as grave goods, as there are several prehistoric burial mounds nearby. The shape of these lunulae indicates a symbolic meaning. They represent the crescent horns of the moon, and may thus have been objects of great ritual and ceremonial significance. The site of the finds was above Onjohn Cove, a…

HARLYN BAY LUNULA: 'In 1865 a labourer found two wafer-thin crescents of gold known as lunulae at Harlyn Bay [in Cornwall]. They probably date from the early Bronze Age, and were probably deposited as grave goods, as there are several prehistoric burial mounds nearby. The shape of these lunulae indicates a symbolic meaning. They represent the crescent horns of the moon, and may thus have been objects of great ritual and ceremonial significance. The site of the finds was above Onjohn Cove, a…

Irish Bronze age gold (National Museum of Ireland, Dublin)

Irish Bronze age gold (National Museum of Ireland, Dublin)

Evidence of prehistoric gold trade route between Ireland and Cornwall Posted on June 5, 2015 | Gold lunula and discs. Image: National Museum of Ireland

Evidence of prehistoric gold trade route between Ireland and Cornwall Posted on June 5, 2015 | Gold lunula and discs. Image: National Museum of Ireland

Výstava Veľká Morava a počiatky kresťanstva na Bra

Výstava Veľká Morava a počiatky kresťanstva na Bra

Výstava Veľká Morava a počiatky kresťanstva na Bra

Výstava Veľká Morava a počiatky kresťanstva na Bra

Krater, 2nd half of 8th century b.c.; Geometric  Greek, Attic  Attributed to the Hirschfeld Workshop  Terracotta    During the Geometric period, monumental grave markers were introduced in the form of large vases, often decorated with funerary representations. On this magnificent krater, the main scene, which occupies the widest portion of the vase, shows the prothesis, a ritual in ancient Greek funerary practice in which the deceased is laid out on a high bed (bier), usually within the home

Krater, 2nd half of 8th century b.c.; Geometric Greek, Attic Attributed to the Hirschfeld Workshop Terracotta During the Geometric period, monumental grave markers were introduced in the form of large vases, often decorated with funerary representations. On this magnificent krater, the main scene, which occupies the widest portion of the vase, shows the prothesis, a ritual in ancient Greek funerary practice in which the deceased is laid out on a high bed (bier), usually within the home

Museum of Mystras .  Very large Late Roman collection.  Earrings.

Museum of Mystras . Very large Late Roman collection. Earrings.

Byzantine Art - Jewelry, Pottery, Early Christian Antiquities For ...

Byzantine Art - Jewelry, Pottery, Early Christian Antiquities For ...

Museum of Mystras .  Very large Late Roman collection.  Earrings.

Museum of Mystras . Very large Late Roman collection. Earrings.