Metal artifacts excavated by the archaeological expedition to Antioch


Gold plated griffin made out of cast bronze. Length = 35.9 mm, width = 30.4 mm, thickness = 2.3 mm and weight = 9.6 grams. The individual mounting pens measure 11.7, 12.8 and 13.8 mm. It was discovered during Oct-Nov of 1934 along the Main Street Dig 3, Sectio 19-M. The exact context is unknown as it was recovered in the backdirt. Reg. No. 2004-172. Scale in centimeters. [Study collection of the Princeton Art Museum.]

Metal spoon. Reg. No. . [Study collection of the Princeton Art Museum..]

PIron Projectile point. Reg. no. 5513 - U279. [Excavation photographs of the Princeton Art Museum.]


Fragmentary bronze cross. Reg. no. 5270 - U338. [Excavation photographs of the Princeton Art Museum.]



Fragmentary bronze cross. Reg. no. 5493-U377. [Excavation photographs of the Princeton Art Museum.]


Bronze bell (cast). Reg. no. 5515 - U380. [Excavation photographs of the Princeton Art Museum.]


Bronze cross pendant with inscribed decoration. [Excavation photographs of the Princeton Art Museum.]



Medieval iron projectile point. Reg. no. a-60. [Study collection of the Princeton Art Museum.]



Iron projectile point. Reg. no. B32-U621. [Study collection of the Princeton Art Museum.]



Bronze belt buckle from the Atrium. [Study collection of the Princeton Art Museum.]



Bronze needle from the Daphne site area, sub room 1 - east side. [Excavation photographs of the Princeton Art Museum.]



Stone mold for casting metal rings. [Study collection of the Princeton Art Museum.]



Stone mold for casting metal rings. [Study collection of the Princeton Art Museum.]



Metal candlestick. Reg. no. 5420 - U372. [Excavation photographs of the Princeton Art Museum.]


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