A Neo-Babylonian octagonal stamp seal in chalcedony; tall domed body, pierced near the top for suspension. The base is carved to depict a bearded worshipper before a stand.

Late Babylonian: Circa 600-450 BC.


Fine condition.

Height 2.1 cms (0.8 ins)


Provenance: From a specialised collection of cuneiform texts and seals formed in the 1980s which were examined by Professor Wilfrid George Lambert FBA (1926-2011), historian, archaeologist, and specialist in Assyriology and Near Eastern archaeology, in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Neo-Babylonian stamp seal

SKU: J251
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