113B. Lydian or Graeco-Persian jewelry as well as Iranian or Persian jewely: One necklace with gold and banded agate beads, six large gold bulbs and eight gold leaf palmets hang down from necklace and a large piece of banded agate hangs in the centre. Second necklace composed of 15 square gold repousse plaques with rosette. To the central plaque is suspended a lion. : western Anatolia, Cesme, late 6th – early 5th century B. C.; Iran: 7th – 6th century B.C.
Photograph by Zev Radovan