These seven Llhuroscian objects comprised Norman Daly’s contribution to the “Imaginary Lands” group exhibition at the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam in 1983. The objects are thought to be completely new for this exhibition, but it is possible that several could have been borrowed from the original exhibition at Andrew D. White Museum Cornell premiere in 1972, and for which no photographic evidence has been found. These objects may be added to the main catalog and included in future installations.
Norman Daly DEDICATORY CEREMONIAL TRI-CUPS OF THE HORSE PEOPLE
(a.k.a. Triple Ceremonial Drinking Cups)
Middle Period, Trolydos
Bronze; blue-green patina, considerable erosion and crude repair on feet.
Height: 16" | Width: 12" at widest point
Norman Daly FORNICATING GODS
Early Archaic, found at Houndee, 1966
Ceramic (also sometimes Metal)
Height: 25cm | Width: 8.3cm
Norman Daly LLHUROSCIAN MEDALLIONS (a.k.a Jewelry)
Norman Daly SOLAR SYNCHRONOUS THOUGHT TRANSMITTER
Norman Daly TEMPLE VOTIVE
Middle Period, found at Draikum, 1964
Height: 18cm (includes base)
Norman Daly RELIQUARY OF THE SACRED APE: FUNEREAL URN
Found at Sarnak, 1962
Bronze, Hollow Cast; Surface spotted from sporadic repatination.