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An interesting artifact from Ya asqalu’i is the large shell neck ornament known to archaeologists as a “Gorget”. It comes from a European tradition similar ornament, the last piece of traditional armour to still be worn by (some) armies today.
In a full suit of armour, the gorget was a frontal piece that protected the neck (the word “gorging” for shoving food down one’s neck has the same root).
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