Carnelian, bronze, shell, white frit tubes; glass, some decorated; a fused bronze boss was also found; sent for analysis, as were some of the beads. Found next to skeleton.
The Hasanlu Project; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1962
Bronze, Shell, Paste, Carnelian, etc.
American School Oriental Research / University Museum Expedition toTell Billa, Iraq; E. A. Speiser, 1932
American School Oriental Research / University Museum Expedition toTell Billa, Iraq; E. A. Speiser 1932-1933
Received from various sources, pre-1984
50+ Miscellaneous collection of beads. a) Two large, carnelian ellipsoids. b) One and one-half square-ended glass beads. c) One white tube (bone). Also, numerous small spirals of frit and Egyptian Blue and lots of shell circle.
The Hasanlu Project; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1975
Bag of many minute copper/bronze beads of various shapes; some shell and glass beads (mostly fragmentary).
The Hasanlu Project, Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1993
Carnelian carinated. Gold balls. Irregularly shaped beryl (?) rings, 1 rectangular and 1 irregular lapis, 1 bronze ring, 1 shell tubular
American School Oriental Research / University Museum Expedition to Tepe Gawra, Iraq; E. A. Speiser, 1933
Copper/Bronze rings, studs, two dangles (probably decorated), and tiny nail heads. Some frit beads; three glass beads; one shell, one carnelian; two tiny coils of bronze.
Twenty-two beads of varying material, shape and size. They may not all be SOR855.
The Second Holmes Expedtion to Luristan; Erich Schmidt, 1943
Twenty-three beads of varying material, size, and shape, one incorrectly numbered SOR1338, rest unnumbered.