- 5th - 2nd century B.C.
5th‐2nd century B.C.
(a)H. 0.7 cm, W. 0.4 cm(b)H. 2.0 cm, W. 1.0 cm
cH. 1.0 cm, W. 0.8 cm(d)H. 1.1 cm, W. 0.6 cm
(e)H. 0.9 cm, W. 0.6 cm(f)H. 2.1 cm, W. 0.9 cm
(g)H. 1.6 cm, W. 0.8 cm(h)H. 1.4 cm, W. 0.9 cm
(i)H. 2.2 cm, W. 3.8 cm(j)H. 2.2 cm, W. 1.2 cm
(k)H. 1.2 cm, W. 0.8 cm(l)H. 1.3 cm, W. 1.2 cm
(m)H. 1.5 cm, W. 1.3 cm(n)H. 1.3 cm, W. 1.1 cm
(o)H. 1.4 cm, W. 1.3 cm(p)H. 3.8 cm, W. 2.5 cm
(q)H. 2.5 cm, W. 1.7 cm
Various faces are depicted in linear incisions on gold sheets. Plaques a and b are simplified faces with attached bands. Plaques c, e, h, and j all have holes which would have been used to attach bands. Plaque p has three holes which would have been used to attach something to the plaque. Plaque I shows a priest wearing a kyrbasia headdress and a woman wearing earrings facing each other.