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The third stone is translucent and brownish grey in color. There is a small hole drilled through the top third of the stone. Conoid with rounded top and four sides; broadest sides have beveled corners creating a octagonal [sic] pyramid; biconical perforation near top parallel to broadest side. Grey chalcedony. 20 1/2 x 11-17 x 9-11 1/2 [mm]. Conchoidal fractures on several sides. Image includes a human figure standing to the right of tall objects on an altar. Accession book states: "8860. Seals (3). Larger possibly Assyrian. Other 2 smaller unknown. Rev. James Lyman. Marash, Turkey. Jan. 5, 1940." Neo-Babylonian.
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Rev. James K. Lyman
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