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Object Number:30-33-1.11
Current Location: Middle East Galleries
Currently On Display
Culture:Scythian
Provenience: Russia
Kuban
Maikop
Date Made: 499-400 BCE
Early Date: 499
Late Date: 400
Section:Mediterranean
Materials:Gold
Technique:Punched
Soldered
Iconography:Palmette
Height: 2.6 cm
Credit Line:Purchased from the Anderson Galleries (Canessa Estate Sale), subscription of William Hinckle Smith, 1930

Description

Plaque in the form of two lotus-shaped palmettes is connected at its base with a rhombus-shaped foundation; in the center of the foundation is another smaller rhombus, executed in relief and divided by a central line with a round convexity in its middle. Four attachment loops are soldered on the reverse. on the reverse. Reconstructed as part of numerous gold plaques decorating a shirt.

Current & Past Exhibitions:

Classical Gallery: Greece (1975 - 1989) View Objects in Exhibition
Five Thousand Years of Vanity (06 Jan 1944 - 28 Feb 1944) View Objects in Exhibition
Middle East Galleries (21 Apr 2018) View Objects in Exhibition
The Golden Age of King Midas (13 Feb 2016 - 27 Nov 2016) View Objects in Exhibition

Bibliography:

[Catalogue, Exhibition] Darbyshire, Gareth, and Rose, C. B. 2016. The Golden Age of King Midas: Exhibition Catalogue.. Philadelphia. Penn Museum. pg. 188 Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: pp. 139-139View Objects related to this Actual Citation
[Catalogue, Exhibition] Rose, C. B. 2016. The Golden Age of King Midas.. Philadelphia. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: p. 66View Objects related to this Actual Citation
[Catalogue, Collection] Leskov, Aleksandr M. 2008. The Maikop Treasure.. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: pp. 56-57, no. 67View Objects related to this Actual Citation

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