Cylindrical box and lid ; cast (main body) and sheet brass (lid) with inlaid silver and black bituminous paste , inscribed with the name of the patron Badr al-Din Lu'lu the ruler of Mosul (631-659 AH/AD 1233-1259). The hinge and catch are later additions.

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Thing

Exhibition
G34 John Addis Gallery
Made Of
brass, silver
Type of Thing
box
Techniques
cast, inlaid

Place

Found In
Mesopotamia, North
In Gallery
G34/13, 04 Feb 2005
Made In
Mosul

Time

Acquired In
1878
Made
1233-1259
Period/Culture
Islamic

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