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Topic: bone

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Bone pin
Bone pin

Bone pin

Representing a female bust.

Ivory die

Ivory die

Cubical in form.

Ivory die

Ivory die

Cubical in form.

Relief of a duck

Relief of a duck

Early Imperial

Bone lion's head protome with glass eyes

Bone lion's head protome with glass eyes

Glass objects, Roman Empire.

Hairpin
Bone hairpin

Bone hairpin

With plain round knob.

Figure

Figure

Colombia or Ecuador

Hairpin Part

Hairpin Part

Made in Northern France

Ivory die
Burnishing tool, goldsmith's

Burnishing tool, goldsmith's

From Egypt; Probably from Upper Egypt, Thebes Roman Period

Bone disk or button

Bone disk or button

Concentric circles.

Short Pin

Short Pin

Made in Gaul, Northern France

Ivory furniture attachment

Ivory furniture attachment

Head of Eros. Decoration from an ivory couch. Early Imperial

Bone spoon
Bone ligula (ear pick)

Bone ligula (ear pick)

Ear pick with small bowl.

Bone pyxis (box with lid)

Bone pyxis (box with lid)

Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian

Bone hairpin

Bone hairpin

The head is in the form of a pinecone.

Ivory hairpin

Ivory hairpin

The head of the pin is decorated with the figure of a seated monkey.

Bone spoon

Bone spoon

With oval bowl.

Bone object in the shape of a herm
Bone knife handle

Bone knife handle

With lion's head.

Bone pin
Hairpin Point

Hairpin Point

Made in Gaul

Burnishing tool, goldsmith's

Burnishing tool, goldsmith's

From Egypt; Probably from Upper Egypt, Thebes Roman Period

Gaming Die
Ivory furniture attachment

Ivory furniture attachment

Glass objects, Roman Empire.

Relief from couch

Relief from couch

Glass objects, Roman Empire.

Upper Portion of Hairpin
Bone implement

Bone implement

Glass objects, Roman Empire.

Figure

Figure

United States, Alaska

Head
Bone needle

Bone needle

The exact purpose for which needles with triple perforations were used has not been determined, but they have been found most commonly at Roman sites of the mid-to-late Imperial period.

Bone Trumpet

Bone Trumpet

Calima, Colombia Yotoco period (Pre-Columbian)

Figure

Figure

United States, Alaska

Ivory needle

Ivory needle

Ivory needle. Imperial

Bone hairpin with bust of a woman

Bone hairpin with bust of a woman

Surmounted by bust of a woman. Imperial

Harpoon Head

Harpoon Head

United States, St. Lawrence Island, Alaska

Ivory pin
Jar

Jar

Attributed to Egypt

Button or Bead or Spindle Whorl
Button

Button

Mesopotamia, Ctesiphon Sasanian

Dish

Dish

Attributed to Egypt

Pendant or Jar-Top

Pendant or Jar-Top

Attributed to Egypt

Handle

Handle

Iran, Qasr-i Abu Nasr Sasanian

Head of a Figure

Head of a Figure

Attributed to Egypt

Button

Button

Iran, Qasr-i Abu Nasr Sasanian

Button

Button

Iran, Qasr-i Abu Nasr Sasanian

Spool

Spool

From Egypt

Bead

Bead

Attributed to Egypt

Bracelet

Bracelet

Attributed to Egypt, Qarara

Button

Button

United States, St. Lawrence Island, Alaska

Colonette

Colonette

Mesopotamia, Ctesiphon Sasanian

Figure of an Owl
Button

Button

Mesopotamia, Ctesiphon Sasanian

Button

Button

Iran, Qasr-i Abu Nasr Sasanian

Pendant

Pendant

Found Egypt, Maghagha

Handle

Handle

Mesopotamia, Ctesiphon Sasanian

Inlay Fragment

Inlay Fragment

Attributed to Egypt

Harpoon Head

Harpoon Head

United States, St. Lawrence Island, Alaska

Spool

Spool

From Egypt

Pin

Pin

From Mesopotamia, Ctesiphon Sasanian

Harpoon Head

Harpoon Head

United States, St. Lawrence Island, Alaska

Ornament or Carding Comb
Belt Hook

Belt Hook

Eastern Han (25–220)–Western Jin (265–316) dynasty

Button

Button

Mesopotamia, Ctesiphon Sasanian

Head or Figure

Head or Figure

Made in Byzantine Egypt

Ivory Fragments

Ivory Fragments

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Bracelet

Bracelet

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Lance Head

Lance Head

Argentina

Ivory Fragments

Ivory Fragments

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

String of Beads

String of Beads

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Silenus, the Tutor of Dionysos