Previous Pause Next Lot of 103 silver dirhams (obverse), possibly Umayyad period Lot of 103 silver dirhams (reverse), possibly Umayyad period Lot of 14 complete copper alloy bracelets and 22 bracelet/bangle fragments with animal-head terminals Lot of 44 gold dinars (obverse), with Arabic inscriptions Lot of 49 bronze coins (obverse), with Arabic inscriptions Lot of 49 bronze coins (reverse) from various eras (Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, and later), with Greek, Latin and Arabic inscriptions Lot of 49 bronze coins (reverse) from various eras (Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, and later), with Greek, Latin and Arabic inscriptions Two copper alloy bracelets. Islamic period Lot of 84 items including 2 white stone cylinder seals Detail of the two cylinder seals from the previous lot Front cover of bound leather antimension giving visual account of Jesus' birth, life, and death; Aramaic (?) script reads right to left. Some pages of the book have gold-colored decoration, possibly gilding Page of the antimension with cross and inscription in Aramaic (?) script Page of the antimension showing Mary and Jesus, with inscription in Aramaic (?) script Page of the antiminsion, possibly showing Jesus entering Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, with inscription in Aramaic (?) script Torso and head of a clay quadruped (sheep or horse?) figurine Ceramic bowl with one handle, interior glazed, exterior with molded decoration. Late Islamic period Concrete spouted bowl. Probably a fake antiquity Ivory furniture plaque depicting nine figures standing in a procession, arranged into three registers. Excavated at Nimrud in 1989 and previously stored in the Mosul Museum (drawing from Curtis et al. 1993) Lot of three stone plaques in Early Mesopotamian style, obverse top, reverse bottom. Likely fakes. Lot of 15 small objects, mostly ceramic, including molded figurine fragments. The Nefertiti head at lower left is likely a fake or souvenir. Inset, reverse of the molded figurine marked with a Mosul Museum number. Composite photo showing obverse and reverse of a silver coin, possibly from the Parthian period. Lot of 53 objects of various periods including 1 contemporary stamp seal impression (also in inset) with Iraq Museum registration number.