2 drawings by P. de Jong of faience cylinder 39-170, 1939
Scope and Contents
2 drawings of a faience cylinder and its impression.
i: the seal's impression, 'three figures separated by two tree designs, advancing toward a bird' [Porada, 1957, p. 200]
ii: drawing of the cylinder seal itself. Both images were originally mounted side-by-side and printed as one illustration.
The seal was excavated in the Palace area, below the North terrace (the Prinaria).
Conditions Governing Use
© British School at Athens
2 leaf/leaves (2 leaves of paper) : paper
Language of Materials
Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
Both drawings are in pencil, with white gouache highlights, on paper. i: H. 11 x W. 12 cm ii: H. 16.9 x W. 12.6 cm
N. B. BSA vol. 52, p. 197, note 1, "In the excavation notebooks and on the labels this area was known as 'Prinaria' from the oak scrub'.
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