Hollow terracotta male of high rank standing with his arms raised, a beaded necklace, ear spools, incised wristbands, with slit eyes and a protruding mouth, and ornamented with a headdress standing in front of a totem with a dragon like face wearing a necklace at the top. Pigments of red and blue.
550 - 950 AD
9" x 7"
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Tel Halaf idols
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