dede yunus GÜRSOY

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Römische Ring-Gemme bei Ausgrabung entdeckt

Römische Ring-Gemme bei Ausgrabung entdeckt

Roman Intaglios You can see many of these intaglios at the Roman Legion Museum in Caerleon, Wales.

Roman Intaglios You can see many of these intaglios at the Roman Legion Museum in Caerleon, Wales.

Oval gem with Eos bearing torch and galloping horse | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Oval gem with Eos bearing torch and galloping horse | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Necklace with falcon pendant ~ Ancient Egypt. (This is more than just a necklace if you ask me. /Stefan Loå):

Necklace with falcon pendant ~ Ancient Egypt. (This is more than just a necklace if you ask me. /Stefan Loå):

GB_London, The British Museum (∑) Inventory: G 420 (ΕA 56420) Animal-headed standing figure (Hermanubis), wearing a tunic and a chlamys. In his right hand a kerykeion, in his left hand a palm branch.

GB_London, The British Museum (∑) Inventory: G 420 (ΕA 56420) Animal-headed standing figure (Hermanubis), wearing a tunic and a chlamys. In his right hand a kerykeion, in his left hand a palm branch.

Yeni İstanbul gazetesi 6 mayıs 1972

Yeni İstanbul gazetesi 6 mayıs 1972

Hürriyet gazetesi 10 eylül 1984

Hürriyet gazetesi 10 eylül 1984

Image1: Roman Abraxas Magic Intaglio, Eastern Mediterranean, 2nd-3rd Century CE. Of red polished jasper, the obverse showing an Abraxas figure, with a blessing gesture, an adorant and a Greek inscription (see image 2 for description of reverse). Amulets such as these (aka Abraxas Stones) were kept in the hand, under the tongue or sewn into clothing. They bore inscribed formulas or spells and were intended to protect the owner or serve very specific magical purposes to the owner’s benefit.

Image1: Roman Abraxas Magic Intaglio, Eastern Mediterranean, 2nd-3rd Century CE. Of red polished jasper, the obverse showing an Abraxas figure, with a blessing gesture, an adorant and a Greek inscription (see image 2 for description of reverse). Amulets such as these (aka Abraxas Stones) were kept in the hand, under the tongue or sewn into clothing. They bore inscribed formulas or spells and were intended to protect the owner or serve very specific magical purposes to the owner’s benefit.

Milliyet gazetesi 2 mayıs 1999

Milliyet gazetesi 2 mayıs 1999