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    Goddess Finial, 799 BCE - 700 BCEIranian Metalwork, made in LuristanBronze

  • Ernie R. Kenison

    Goddess Finial, 799 - 700 BCE Bronze Metalwork, made in Luristan (Neo-Elamite Period)

  • Christopher Little

    Unknown, Iranian Goddess Finial, 799 BCE - 700 BCE Iranian Metalwork, made in Luristan Bronze Memorial Art Gallery

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