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Accessories and instruments - Various instruments

Iron strigil, Wadi er-Rsaf (Lepcis Magna) necropolis, Early Roman period, 19.5 x Ø 12 cm.

Iron strigil, Wadi er-Rsaf (Lepcis Magna) necropolis, Early Roman period, 19.5 x Ø 12 cm.

© Università Roma Tre Archaeological Mission in Libya / Fabian Baroni

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Material
Stone | Metals | Alabaster
Type
Tools | Utensils and vessels
Details
Prehistoric and Protohistoric microliths (small stone tools). Roman and Byzantine period metal strigils (scrapers), crosses and lamp-holders (Corona Lucis) with crosses in the chains; alabaster tables and plates and large stone mortars, plain or with animal motifs. Islamic Era metal and stone make-up accessories and tools. |
Red List
Emergency Red List of Libyan Cultural Objects at Risk
Countries
Libya
Period
1st millennium BC – AD 1551