SPACER BEAD Gold with granulation decor Phoenician, c. 900 – 500 BCE. L. 2.9 cm, W. 2.0 cm, D. 0.5 cm. This rare two sided plague is decorated with motives in granulation technique that are inspired by Egyptian iconography. On one side is a winged scarab, while the reverse shows a wedjat, the Eye of Horus.
Description: 8x Tubular beads from Bracelets Material(s): Gold Date of Object: 350-300 BC Origin: Colchian Measurements(s): L: 1.55cm, D: 0.57cm, Weight: 1.36g, Total weight: 10.94g Provenance: The Georgian National Museum Find Location: Vani, Grave 24