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Cosmetics Jar Byzantine, 6th century AD The Cleveland Museum of Art

Bezoar in Filigranfassung Fassung: Indien, Goa 17. Jahrhundert Bezoar, Gold H. 9 cm (ohne Ring) Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Kunstkammer Inv.-Nr. KK_996

Papua New Guinea ~ East Sepik (province) ~ Ambunti (district) ~ Chambri (sub-district) ~ Kabriman (village) | An armband given to young Kapirman boys after they have completed their initiation ceremony as a symbol of their new status as men | Tortoise shell, vegetable fiber and natural pigments | ca. mid 20th century

The healing symbolism of the twin saints suggests that this reliquary was a type of medical amulet, intended to protect the wearer from illness. The hinged loop at the top would have been for suspension, so that the locket could have been worn or held. The locket contains a cavity, closed by a sliding pin, that probably contained relics.Byzantine (Constantinople), 10th–11th century, Silver, gold, niello

Signet ring pyramidal. Gold, filigree, garnet - late sixth - early seventh century. Louvre Museum

arts byzantin paleochretien orthodoxe et russe

Vase à huile - arts byzantin paleochretien orthodoxe et russe - LANKAART

Josephine Bonaparte Miniature Portrait & Brooch

Reliquary Pendant with the Adoration of the Magi. Byzantine 10th–11th century. Silver, gold, niello. The hinged loop at the top would have been for suspension, so that the locket could have been worn or held. The locket contains a cavity, closed by a sliding pin, that probably contained relics.

Thomas Schmidt, Ink and Salt Series, 2009

Slender Glass Cosmetic Flask with small delicate handles. Late Roman Imperial or Early Byzantine Period, about 4th century CE. MFA