Ancient Punishment for Menstruating in a Temple A South Arabian bronze penitential tablet for a woman named Qalfum, circa Century AD With seven lines of Sabaean text in relief, reading “Qalfum, daughter of Maltum has confessed (her sin) and done.
This bronze hand was found in Yemen CE). The inscription on the hand asks for good fortune for the devotee Ta'lab. This image was taken at the National Museum of Australia in the travelling exhibition.
A SOUTH ARABIAN SILVER RING CIRCA CENTURY A. The hoop with angled shoulders and incised foliate decoration, the bezel with Old South Arabian three column inscription giving the name of the owner as 'Ammi-anan Had(du)' Bezel cm.