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Aramaic Incantation Bowl: Lilith An ancient Judeo-Aramaic incantation bowl with an eleven line

Ancient Hebrew Incantation Bowl. Looks incredibly similar to the Babylonian Demon Bowls.

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A Babylonian Aramaic Incantation Bowl (#38-318) < Auctions < Archaeological Center

Babylonian incantation bowl, jewish aramaic, with demon drawing, ca 6th century BC

Mesopotamian pottery with Aramaic script, the dominant language in Iraq prior to the 7th Century

Aramaic incantation bowl. "Aramaic Bowls known as magic bowls are a kind of amulet

Magic bowl with an incantation text in Judeo-Aramaic and an image of the demon

a mesopotamiam pottery incantation bowl (c. century AD) via christie's

Manichaean Syriac Incantation Bowl, 5th-7th Century AD

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Archive | Mizan Aramaic incantation bowl from Sasanian Babylonia, 4th-7th c.,

Incantation bowl with an Aramaic inscription around a demon. Now on display at the Metropolitan

Terracotta Incantation Bowl - LO.649 Origin: Israel Circa: 500 AD to 800

Kelsey Incantation disk fibula from Bad Hönningen with Roman layered blue glass intaglio of Victory,

Magic Incantation Bowls - Demons, curses and spells were a regular part of Babylonian Jewish life in the third–seventh centuries A.D Thousands of these ...

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od Ancient Peoples · Michael Steinhardt Judaica Collection: Highlighted Works from the Collection. Incantation bowl

Incantation Bowl 6th-8th Century AD Late-Post Sasanian Inscribed in spiral from the

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Mandaean Incantation Bowl By Daderot (Daderot) [CC0 or CC0], via Wikimedia

Incantation Bowl - Hebrew text

Lillith Babylonian Incantation Bowl. Perfect.

As more Aramaic incantation bowls are being published the richness of this material in terms of it being a compliment to other late antique and early ...

Demon Bowl (Oriental Institute, Chicago)

Aramaic Bowl Spells – Its Beliefs and Practices

Incantation bowl in Judeo-Aramic with spell for removing Tormentor (depicted) from Panahurmiz

dwellerinthelibrary: “Meanwhile at the Oriental Institute in Chicago, a demon is trapped at the centre of an Aramaic curse written on an incantation bowl.

ZOROASTRIAN INCANTATIONS AGAINST DEMONS, INVOKING AMESHA SPENTA, WITH A QUOTE OF ATASH NIYAYESH,

KelseyIncantationBowl19504.jpg (792×648) incantation bowl with Aramaic inscription to protect the

ZOROASTRIAN INCANTATIONS AGAINST ANGRA MAINU AND OTHER EVIL SPIRITS OF AHRIMAN, MENTIONING SNAKES AND SCORPIONS

Incantation Bowls like the one described in Rav Hisda's Daughter

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Incantation Bowl 6th-8th Century AD Late-Post Sasanian Inscribed in spiral from the centre outwards. Mandaic text. An incantation to protect Sh… | Pinteres…

Incantation bowl. 6th-8th centuries CE.

Incantation Bowls, also known as demon bowls or devil trap bowls, are a form of early protective magic found in modern-day Iraq and Iran. Produced …

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Glazed terracotta bowl with painted designs and an Eye of Horus in the center.

Ceramic bowl with Aramaic magic inscription

Lilith - The Babylonian demon bowls (click above left image) unearthed in Iraq date only back to 600 to 800 CE at the earliest, and were used for "trapping" ...

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Incantation bowls with Aramaic inscriptions around a demon, Southern Mesopotamia, Sasanian period, 6th

Images of various demons found on “incantation bowls.

Moulded Turquoise Lion Bowl - ADC.56 Origin: Central Asia Circa: 12 th

Seljuk Bronze Bowl - LR.002 Circa: 1037 AD to 1157 AD

Magic Bowl with Hebrew Inscriptions, Found Among the Ruins of Babylon.

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Incantation against demons

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Plate. Culture: Near Eastern, Persian Period: Sasanian Date: A.D. 225–630 Medium: Silver-gilt

DescriptionPottery incantation bowl: a wheel-made hemispherical bowl with simple rim. Inscribed on the interior with an Aramaic text which contains an ...

Ghaznavid Brass Bowl with Incised Decoration - JB.1013 Origin: Central Asia Circa:

Babylonian incantation bowl, jewish aramaic, with demon drawing, ca 6th century BC | Antiquities | Pinterest | Bowls, Archaeology and History

A Rare Mamluk Blue and White Dish with Six-pointed Star, Egypt or Syria, century

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Engraved 'Magic' Bowl Safavid Persia (Iran) 17th century

Babylonian incantation bowl, jewish aramaic, with demon drawing, ca 6th century BC | Antiquities | Pinterest | Bowls, Archaeology and History

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Underglaze Painted Bowl - ADC.59 Origin: Central Asia Circa: 14 th Century

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Babylonian Protective Amulet This amulet made from red jasper has an inscription intended protect against the malevolent goddess Lamashtu, who targeted ...

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An ancient Judeo-Aramaic incantation bowl with an eleven line inscription spiraling around the interior, divorcing Pabaq and his wife, Hatadahu fro…

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Aramaic, a Semitic language related to Hebrew and Arabic, was spoken and written all over the Middle East from the beginning of the first millenniu…

Antique Brass Islamic Calligraphic “Magic” Bowl from Afghanistan

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From the historical novel, Rav Hisda's Daughter.

An ancient Judeo-Aramaic incantation bowl with an eleven line inscription spiraling around the interior, divorcing Pabaq and his wife, Hatadahu fro…

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Pomba Gira (Hagen Von Tulien)

rodonnell-hixenbaugh: “ Aramaic Incantation Bowl: Lilith An ancient Judeo-Aramaic incantation bowl with an eleven line inscription spiraling around…