Adornment “Museum symbol”

This silver adornment, made by the example of the 12th-11th century BC model of the solar system, was found from the Sevan Basin.

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This silver adornment, made by the example of the 12th-11th century BC model of the solar system, was found from the Sevan Basin. In the centre of the lower part is the planet Earth, depicted as a semicircular battle-axe blade. It is surrounded with two rings, marking the layers of water and atmosphere. Comparatively larger radiant disc above symbolizes the Sun. Between the Sun and the Earth are five planets (Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn) and the Moon seen in the firmament with the naked eye. The Moon was considered an independent luminary closest to the Earth.

The model has been the symbol of the History Museum of Armenia since 2003.

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Weight 24 g
Dimensions 4 × 1.8 cm
Material

silver

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above is mentioned the weight of packed product

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