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17.1 Solomon Gem. London, British Museum, G439, EA 56439 (CBd-805), © Trustees of the British Museum. Photo: C.A. Faraone 447

17.2 Phoenix Gem. Budapest, Museum of Fine Arts, Classical Collection, 55.154 (CBd-2). © Museum of Fine Arts. Photo: László Mátyus 448

17.3 Anguipede Gem. London, British Museum (CBd-603). © Trustees of the British Museum. Photo: C.A. Faraone 449

17.4 Chnoubis Gem. Budapest, Museum of Fine Arts, Classical Collection, 53.155 (CBd-6). © Museum of Fine Arts. Photo: László Mátyus 449

17.5 Chnoubis Gem. Budapest, Museum of Fine Arts, Classical Collection, 62.21.A (CBd-152). © Museum of Fine Arts. Photo: László Mátyus 450

17.6 Omphale Gem. The J. Paul Getty Museum 82.AN.162.80a (CBd-2338). © The J. Paul Getty Museum, Villa Collection, Malibu, California, Gift of Stanley Ungar 451

17.7 Heracles Gem. London British Museum G 224 (CBd-762). © Trustees of the British Museum. Photo: C.A. Faraone 451

17.8 Harpocrates Gem. University of Michigan, Special Collections Library SCL-Bonner 19 (CBd-1055). © University of Michigan, Special Collections Library SCL-Bonner. Photo C.A. Faraone 452

17.9 Perseus Gem. St. Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum, Ж.1517 (GR-21714). © The State Hermitage Museum. Photo: Svetlana Svetova, Konstantin Sinyavski 452

17.10 Gem of Aphrodite, Eros and Psyche. Perugia, Museo Archeologico Nazionale 1526. © Perugia, Museo Archeologico Nazionale. Photo: Paolo Vitellozzi 453

17.11 Gem of uterus with deities (Anubis, Chnoubis, Isis). London, The British Museum G 546 (CBd-176). Photo: C.A. Faraone 454

17.12 Chnoubis Gem. Skoluda Collection M085 (CBd-1752). © Hamburg, Skoluda Collection. Photo: S. Michel after Michel, Simone, Bunte Steine—dunkle Bilder: “Magische Gemmen” (Munich: Biering u. Brinkmann, 2001), pl. 24, no 145 455

18.1 Unfired clay female figurine pierced with needles, plaque with magic text, and deformed ovoid (egg-shaped) vase. E27145a; E27145b; E27145c. © Musée du Louvre, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais / Georges Poncet / Art Resource, NY 457

18.2 The Palette of Narmer. Cairo Museum, Journal d’Entrée JE32169 = Catalogue Général number CG14716. Photo: Werner Forman / Art Resource, NY 465

18.3 Smiting scene. Exterior wall of the mortuary temple of Ramses III at Medinet Habu. Photo: A. Wilburn 466

18.4 Tel Defenneh figurines. Image: W.M.F. Petrie and F.L. Griffith, Tanis, vol. 2 (London: Trubner & Co., 1888), plate XL 469

18.5 Nude female figurine with face of Hathor. British Museum EA51263. Photo: © Trustees of the British Museum 471

18.6 Harpocrates cippus. British Museum EA 1899,0708.23. Photo: © Trustees of the British Museum 472

18.7 Five figurines. National Archaeological Museum, Athens X 15130/1–5. Photo: Tassos Vrettos. © Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports / Archaeological Receipts Fund 482

18.8 “Mnesimachos” inscription figurine. Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Athens D-DAI-ATH-Kerameikos 5879. Courtesy of the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Athen 484

18.9 Nude bound figurines. B. Nogara, “Due statuette etrusche di piombo trovate recentemente a Sovana,” Ausonia (1910): 31–32 487

18.10 Flattened figurine. Froehner VI.472. Bibliothèque nationale de France, Cabinet des Médailles. Courtesy of the Bibliothèque nationale de France 490

18.11 Detail of P. Oslo I = PGM XXXVI 231–255. Courtesy of the University of Oslo Library Papyrus Collection 491

18.12 Detail of P. Lugd.Bat. J 384 V = PGM XII 474–479. Courtesy of National Museum of Antiquities, Leiden. Photo: Robbert Jan Looman 493

18.13 Tablet from the Via Appia. Museo Nazionale Romano inv. no. 52202. Line drawing from R. Wünsch, Sethianische Verfluchungstafeln aus Rom (Leipzig, B. G. Teubner, 1898), 16–17 494

18.14 Tablet from Hadrumetum. From A. Audollent, Defixionum Tabellae (Paris: A. Fontemoing, 1904), no. 286, line drawing from p. 397 495

18.15 Detail of P. Oxy. 4673 = TM 101345 = Oxford, Sackler Library, Papyrology Rooms 84/68(a). Courtesy of the Egypt Exploration Society and the University of Oxford Imaging Papyri Project 496

18.16 Poppet. Museo Nazionale Romano della Terme de Diocleziano, inv. n. 475550. Courtesy of the Ministero dei beni e delle attività culturali e del turismo—Museo Nazionale Romano 499

18.17 Figurines and papyrus from Assiut. P.Köln inv. 3323. © Papyrussammlung Köln 503

20.1 Diagram of structured deposits. Reprinted with permission from P. Woodward and A. Woodward, “Dedicating the Town: Urban Foundation Deposits in Roman Britain,” World Archaeology 36 (2004): 72–77, Figure 3 562

20.2 Peg figurines. Adapted from L.A. Heuzey and M. de Sarzec, Une villa royale chaldéenne vers l’an 4000 avant notre ère (Paris: E. Leroux, 1900), 5 566

20.3 Deposit from Trier. Assemblage Inv. 1998.4. Photo: T. Zühmer. © GDKE/Rheinisches Landesmuseum Trier 571

20.4 Winged human-headed bull. British Museum, 1850,1228.2. AN32603001. © Trustees of the British Museum 575

20.5 Lion-headed figurine. From G. Smith, Assyrian Discoveries: An Account of Explorations and Discoveries on the Site of Nineveh, During 1873 and 1874 (New York: Scribner, Armstrong & Co., 1875), 78 576

20.6 Brick Box 11 from the Haus des Beschwörungspriesters, Aššur. Illustration after C. Preusser, Die Wohnhäuser in Assur (Berlin: Gebr. Mann, 1954), tafel 28, 29 578

20.7 Doorjamb. Courtesy of Penn Museum, Image # NC35-31055 581

20.8 Reliefs of Herakles. Adapted from A. Joubin, “Relief archaïque de Thasos,” Bulletin de correspondence hellénique 18 (1894): pl. XVI 583

20.9 Inscription of Herakles Kallinikos. CIL IV 733, from Pompeii, VIII4.7, now in Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli. Photograph courtesy of the Ministero dei Beni e delle Attività Culturali e del Turismo—Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli 587

20.10 Frieze, “Cross Between Antelope.” BZ.1940.61. © Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, DC 588

20.11 House of Evil Eye Mosaic. Hatay Arkeoloji Müzesi, Antakya, Inv.-Nr. 1024. Photo: Album / Art Resource, NY 590

20.12 Image from the private bath. Image Credit: George Tatge. Alinari / Art Resource, NY. Courtesy of the Parco Archeologico Pompei, Ministero dei beni e della attivà culturali e del turismo 591

20.13 Gorgoneion. Photo: Scala / Art Resource, NY 595

23.1 Charaktēres on lead tablet from Rome. Traced from: Wunsch, “Deisidaimoniaka,” Archiv für Religionwissenschaft 12 (1909): 37 649

23.2 Charaktēres on cloth amulet from Cairo Geniza (T-S A. S. 142.174). Traced from: Joseph Naveh and Shaul Shaked, Amulets and Magic Bowls: Aramaic Incantations of Late Antiquity (Jerusalem: Magnes, 1985), 216–17 649

23.3 Charaktēres on leather strip. London, British Museum, Hay 10434r, v (= ACM #80). Tracing from unpublished photograph courtesy of British Museum 649

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