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Výstava Veľká Morava a počiatky kresťanstva na Bra

Výstava Veľká Morava a počiatky kresťanstva na Bra

Africa | Nwékpé mask from Ibom village on Nkwo Ekpe Ibom day of the Ikeji. Ibom Village, Arochukwu, September 23, 1988. ||  Nwekpe is a benign (i.e., not aggressive) type of mask with an anthropomorphic headdress.  | ©Eli Bentor; African Arts, Vol 38, No 4 (Winter, 2005)

Africa | Nwékpé mask from Ibom village on Nkwo Ekpe Ibom day of the Ikeji. Ibom Village, Arochukwu, September 23, 1988. || Nwekpe is a benign (i.e., not aggressive) type of mask with an anthropomorphic headdress. | ©Eli Bentor; African Arts, Vol 38, No 4 (Winter, 2005)

The Irish Lunula c.2000-1500 BC. Another exciting example of early gold work featured in the exhibition is a magnificent lunula dating from 2,000-1,500 BC, which was found in Northern Ireland on land then owned by the Worshipful Company of Drapers in c.1845/6.

Goldsmiths' Company's new exhibition looks at 4,500 years of golden treasures

The Irish Lunula c.2000-1500 BC. Another exciting example of early gold work featured in the exhibition is a magnificent lunula dating from 2,000-1,500 BC, which was found in Northern Ireland on land then owned by the Worshipful Company of Drapers in c.1845/6.

Viking / Dwarvish beard ring / beard bead_bronze 17$ Clik now no see details

Thor - Viking beard bead - 7 mm inner diameter - authentic pattern from archeological find - bronze - Viking / Dwarvish beard ring / bead

Viking / Dwarvish beard ring / beard bead_bronze 17$ Clik now no see details

Bell Beaker Blogger: Lunula found in Dorset, England This is a recent find.  The first fragment was found in May and metal detectorists have found two or three more pieces in a heavily plowed field.  Lunulae were worn around the neck of important Bell Beaker men, perhaps as one have an office, such as a sheriff or a knight.  Funerary stelae depicting lunulae wearers show men dressed in the full idealistic garb with pommeled dagger, bow, tattoos, purse and twill kilt.

Bell Beaker Blogger: Lunula found in Dorset, England This is a recent find. The first fragment was found in May and metal detectorists have found two or three more pieces in a heavily plowed field. Lunulae were worn around the neck of important Bell Beaker men, perhaps as one have an office, such as a sheriff or a knight. Funerary stelae depicting lunulae wearers show men dressed in the full idealistic garb with pommeled dagger, bow, tattoos, purse and twill kilt.

A beautiful Bronze Age gold bracelet from Co. Waterford, Ireland © The Trustees of the British Museum pic.twitter.com/VldgoaQoI6

A beautiful Bronze Age gold bracelet from Co. Waterford, Ireland © The Trustees of the British Museum pic.twitter.com/VldgoaQoI6

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