εἷς θεὸς ὁ νικῶν τὰ κακὰ Ἰάω θεὸς εἷς θεὸς
One god who defeats evil. Yahweh. One god.
H: 4.8 cm; W: 3 cm; D: —
401 CE to 601 CE
No provenance provided.
eye, which is attacked from above by arrows piercing it and by a pitchfork-like object, and from below by two lions, a snake, a scorpion and a bird facing right. center back of amulet
rider, galloping on a horse facing right. The rider’s head is surrounded by a halo, and he is holding a spear in his right hand, pointing downward at a female figure in a supine position. bottom edge of the front of the amulet
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The project can be cited as:Satlow, Michael L., ed. 2002 - . “Inscriptions of Israel/Palestine.” Brown University. https://doi.org/10.26300/PZ1D-ST89
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