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Terracotta: AN1975.403

Object: Battered horse's (?); head with ears and top of mane chipped off

Period: Iron Age

Dimensions: H: 5.7cm. W: 3.9cm.

Region: Southern Levant, Edom

Find Spot: Buseirah, (908: B.VII.4.4)

Description: lime-encrusted; baked; handmodelled; hollow; remains of what may be applied clay harnessing on nose and neck; head solid with a hole pierced through horizontally at mouth level

Reference: Moorey (2004) 345

Follow this link to the Southern Levant in the Iron Age Chapter of the Catalogue