Sacred Tree Furniture Inlay

Illustration

William Brown
by The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
published on 15 January 2020
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Sacred Tree Furniture Inlay

This object is an ivory furniture inlay depicting a sacred tree. It was excavated from Samaria and dates to the Iron Age II (9th–8th century BCE). It has a width of 9.9 cm and a diameter of 6.5 cm. (The Israel Museum, Jerusalem)

©The Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Used with permission. Israel Antiquities Authority 1933-2566, Archaeology/Israelite & Persian Periods.

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Jerusalem, T. I. M. (2020, January 15). Sacred Tree Furniture Inlay. Ancient History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.ancient.eu/image/11706/

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