Bronze amulet in the form of a fisted hand, with the thumb thrust between the index and middle fingers. The top features a loop hole for suspension. The fisted hand, usually with the thumb between or on top of the index and middle fingers, was a magical symbol used to ward off any curses from the evil eye.
Provenience: Tomb 30, Northern Cemetery
Date: 300-400 C.E.
Height: 3 cm
Object Number: 29-108-248