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Accessories and tools - Incense burners, astrolabes and lamps

Limestone incense burner, South Arabia, late 3rd c. AD, 25.5 x 18 x 16 cm.

Limestone incense burner, South Arabia, late 3rd c. AD, 25.5 x 18 x 16 cm.

© RMN - Grand Palais (Musée du Louvre)/Franck Raux
Copper alloy incense burner or lamp, Yemen, 1st-2nd c. AD.

Copper alloy incense burner or lamp, Yemen, 1st-2nd c. AD.

© Trustees of the British Museum
Brass astrolabe, Yemen, AD 1291, 19.4 x Ø 15.6 cm.

Brass astrolabe, Yemen, AD 1291, 19.4 x Ø 15.6 cm.

© The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Bronze incense burner, Southwestern Arabia, ca. mid-1st millennium BC, 27.7 x 23.7 x 23.2 cm.

Bronze incense burner, Southwestern Arabia, ca. mid-1st millennium BC, 27.7 x 23.7 x 23.2 cm.

© The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Copper alloy lamp, Yemen (Hadramawt), 2nd-3rd c. AD, 20 x 18.7 x 8.7 cm.

Copper alloy lamp, Yemen (Hadramawt), 2nd-3rd c. AD, 20 x 18.7 x 8.7 cm.

© Trustees of the British Museum

Notice

Material
Limestone | Metals | Stone
Type
Accessories and jewellery | Instruments | Religious and ceremonial objects | Tools
Details
Incense burners, astrolabes and lamps: Made of metal, stone or clay, of various shapes and forms.
Red List
Emergency Red List of Cultural Objects at Risk - Yemen
Countries
Yemen
Period
mid-1st millennium BC - 13th c.
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