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Creator Name: Unknown
Creator Dates/Places: Nubia (from prehistoric "A-Group")
Creator Active Place: Nubia (from prehistoric "A-Group")
Creator Name-CRT: unidentified artist/maker
Title: (a-c) Three bowls, (d) bracelet, (e) two of a set of four bracelets, (f) mirror, (g) palette, (h) diamond-shaped palette, (i) necklace
View: Full View
Creation Start Date: -310
Creation End Date: -280
Creation Date: 3100-2800 B.C.
Object Type: Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects
Classification Term: archeological
Materials and Techniques: a - thin, red polished ware with painted pattern; b - incised red ware; c - polished red ware with red painted basket pattern, black interior; d - stone with tool marks; e - shell; f - mica; g - stone; h - quartz; i - shell & stone barrel beads
Dimensions: a - ; b - H: 6.5 cm Diam.: 10.8; c - H: 13.0 cm D: 21 cm; d - Diam: ca. 7.5 cm; e - Diam.(each): ca. 5.5 cm; f - L: ca. 11.0 cm W: 9.0 cm; g - L: ca. 15.0 cm W: ca. 8.0 cm; h - L: ca. 6.0 cm W: ca. 2.5 cm; i - L: ca. 37.0 cm
AMICA Contributor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Owner Location: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
ID Number: E7364
Credit Line: a & c-i - Gift of George A. Reisner; b - Sears Fund
AMICA ID: BMFA.E7364
AMICA Library Year: 1999
Media Metadata Rights:
Copyright 1999, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
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