Antike Planetenamulette und ihr Weiterleben in der Motivik des rezenten islamischen Schmucks

September 1983
Ornament;Sep83, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p50
The article focuses on a report titled "Antike Planetenamulete und ihr Weiterleben in der Motivik des rezenten islamischen Schmucks," by P. W. Schienerl which discusses ancient planet trinkets in Modern Islamic jewelry. The Graeco-Roman period pendants are composed of seven fragments representing the planets. Today, it is only interpreted based on its decorative designs.


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