Head of a bearded man, 4th - 3th century BCE, Carthage. This small figure of a bearded man was found during excavations of the Punic necropolis at Carthage in 1901. It was made by a local workshop and belongs to a whole series of such valuable small glass Phoenician masterpieces. This head of a man with wavy hair and beard is topped by a ring and decorated with earrings. It probably served as an item of jewelry, such as a pendant or part of a necklace.