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Figure 6. Schematic drawings of selected stelae and statue-menhirs representative of the various stylistic traditions attributed to the Late Bronze Age and beginning of the Iron Age. Basic stelae (types IIa and IIb of Pingel): 1, Baraçal 1; 2, Brozas; 3, Santa Ana de Trujillo; 4, Granja de Céspedes; 5, Aldea del Rey 1; 6, Ribera Alta/Córdoba 2. Stelae with human figure (type IIc of Pingel, including versions with headdress or ‘ diadem ’ ): 7, Zarza de Montánchez; 8, Solana de Cabañas; 9…

Figure 6. Schematic drawings of selected stelae and statue-menhirs representative of the various stylistic traditions attributed to the Late Bronze Age and beginning of the Iron Age. Basic stelae (types IIa and IIb of Pingel): 1, Baraçal 1; 2, Brozas; 3, Santa Ana de Trujillo; 4, Granja de Céspedes; 5, Aldea del Rey 1; 6, Ribera Alta/Córdoba 2. Stelae with human figure (type IIc of Pingel, including versions with headdress or ‘ diadem ’ ): 7, Zarza de Montánchez; 8, Solana de Cabañas; 9…

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The Jewelry of Urban Jewish Brides in Morocco  Sefrou, Morocco  The Jewish brides headdress (sfifa or taj) gave her a regal look, and its unique style singled her out from Muslim brides. Her earrings (khoras kbash, rams head), which reflect a Spanish influence, are considered prime examples of the high artistic quality of Jewish silversmithing in Morocco. She wore a necklace (tazra) with a central pendant adorned with motifs of pomegranate buds and inlaid with precious stones.

The Jewelry of Urban Jewish Brides in Morocco Sefrou, Morocco The Jewish brides headdress (sfifa or taj) gave her a regal look, and its unique style singled her out from Muslim brides. Her earrings (khoras kbash, rams head), which reflect a Spanish influence, are considered prime examples of the high artistic quality of Jewish silversmithing in Morocco. She wore a necklace (tazra) with a central pendant adorned with motifs of pomegranate buds and inlaid with precious stones.

berber women from the ait atta Morocco.  #cwa

Moroccan Teenage Girls in Traditional Dress

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