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Seal Stamp of the Dom’s Chapter (1331 - 1337) Unknown This seal stamp comes from the Utrecht chapter of the Dom cathedral. There were five such priest colleges connected to different churches, the others being Oudmunster, St Jan, St Pieter and St Marie. The members, known as canons, came from prominent families, as they owned vast amounts of land and property that provided substantial profits. Canons were extremely powerful. They appointed bishops and occupied a seat in the States. Their detailed administration required documents to be officially sealed. This 14th century seal stamp depicts the patron saint of the chapter: St Maarten of the Dom cathedral.
Babylonian Duck Weight (Middle Bronze Age - Late Bronze Age) Unknown Used frequently in Mesopotamia and known as the Babylonian type, these weights are in the shape of a stylised duck with its head turned backwards and leaned against the body. A horizontal hole is at the intersection of the neck and the head.
Coinbox in the shape of a Bird (Early 20th Century - Mid-20th Century)
Female dancer. 1st cent. BC Unknown Ιt is probably one of the Horai, daughters of Zeus and Themis, who represented the seasons of the year. The slab probably decorated a triangular tripod base. 类似于佛衣的雕法
Manuscript of Kitab Hizb al-Bahr (1300 - 1400)
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