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  1. All that would be far more convincing if you...

    All that would be far more convincing if you could produce a single piece from the same time that is of similar quality to the Pylos Combat Agate. So far you have not even come close.
  2. Several nice pieces but none as old as the Pylos...

    Several nice pieces but none as old as the Pylos Combat Agate
  3. While actually a nice piece keep in mind that it...

    While actually a nice piece keep in mind that it is not even a thousand years old (Jin/Song Dynasty: 1115-1234 AD) and not from the Bronze Age


    ETA: I see that tabibito has already noted the age...
  4. I did and looking at even later pieces, such as...

    I did and looking at even later pieces, such as this larger (3" tall) one from the Western Zhou dynasty (9th-8th century B.C.) which is considered a splendid piece (selling for $100,000 at an auction...
  5. A few images of the "Pylos Combat Agate" from a...

    A few images of the "Pylos Combat Agate" from a Science Alert article



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    before & after cleaning

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    3.6 cm (1.4") long
  6. Could have used a jar full of water which can...

    Could have used a jar full of water which can significantly magnify things. Or perhaps the artist used a piece of naturally formed convex crystal.
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