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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 Shrula son of Duktanuba and Qaqay daughter of Kaspasta against evil spirits.

Incantation Bowl 6th-8th Century AD Late-Post Sasanian Inscribed in spiral from the centre outwards. Mandaic text. An incantation to protect Shrula son of Duktanuba and Qaqay daughter of Kaspasta against evil spirits.

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 in the Middle East during the Late Antiquity from 6th to 8th century AD (see Asuristan),[1] the bowls were usually inscribed in a spiral beginning from the rim and moving towards the center. Most are inscribed in Aramaic languages. The bowls were buried face down and were meant to capture demons.

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 in the Middle East during the Late Antiquity from 6th to 8th century AD (see Asuristan),[1] the bowls were usually inscribed in a spiral beginning from the rim and moving towards the center. Most are inscribed in Aramaic languages. The bowls were buried face down and were meant to capture demons.

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Viking age ceramic vessel found in Adelsö, Uppland, Sweden. Vessel found intact. Historiska museet Sweden.

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Aramaic incantation bowl. "Aramaic Bowls known as magic bowls are a kind of amulet comprising of incantation written on earthenware that were used by various Aramaic speaking communities which lived during the Sasanian Mesopotamia period."

Aramaic incantation bowl. "Aramaic Bowls known as magic bowls are a kind of amulet comprising of incantation written on earthenware that were used by various Aramaic speaking communities which lived during the Sasanian Mesopotamia period."

Mesopotamian pottery with Aramaic script, the dominant language in Iraq prior to the 7th Century CE. The alphabetical script replaced Cuneiform as the major writing method in Mesopotamia during the Hellenistic Era. The Oriental Institute Museum at the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL.      Photo by Babylon Chronicle

Mesopotamian pottery with Aramaic script, the dominant language in Iraq prior to the 7th Century CE. The alphabetical script replaced Cuneiform as the major writing method in Mesopotamia during the Hellenistic Era. The Oriental Institute Museum at the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. Photo by Babylon Chronicle

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