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Despite their often bellicose political relationships, ceramic technology and other cultural traditions linked the Byzantine empire and the Islamic world.

BYZANTINE BOWL   13th century Colored Sgraffito ware. Orange cream clay. White thin slip covers interior & lip. Shallow curved body, flat horizontal rim. Low pedestal foot. Inside, the pattern is engraved through slip. A triangle on background of alternative stripes of crosshatched & plain segments. Whole composition enclosed by double encircling lines. On rim, a band of five leaves with lines in between. Green splashes on engraved pattern. Yellow glaze on interior & lip.  H 5.6 cm, D 19.1…

BYZANTINE BOWL 13th century Colored Sgraffito ware. Orange cream clay. White thin slip covers interior & lip. Shallow curved body, flat horizontal rim. Low pedestal foot. Inside, the pattern is engraved through slip. A triangle on background of alternative stripes of crosshatched & plain segments. Whole composition enclosed by double encircling lines. On rim, a band of five leaves with lines in between. Green splashes on engraved pattern. Yellow glaze on interior & lip. H 5.6 cm, D 19.1…

Byzantine ceramic ware with sgraffato decoration  Paphos, Cyprus  Discovery place : Cyprus  Early thirteenth century

Byzantine ceramic ware with sgraffato decoration Paphos, Cyprus Discovery place : Cyprus Early thirteenth century

Terracotta rattle in the shape of a piglet, 3rd century BC; Figure of Osiris, Egyptian Saite period (623-525 BC); Middle Bronze Age fragment of a gold torque, Irish, c.1200-800 BC; Silver spoon, 4th century AD; Byzantine pottery dish, 12th century; Roman bronze wine strainer; bronze lion terminal, 2nd-3rd century BC

Terracotta rattle in the shape of a piglet, 3rd century BC; Figure of Osiris, Egyptian Saite period (623-525 BC); Middle Bronze Age fragment of a gold torque, Irish, c.1200-800 BC; Silver spoon, 4th century AD; Byzantine pottery dish, 12th century; Roman bronze wine strainer; bronze lion terminal, 2nd-3rd century BC

Istanbul Ceramic Workshops Project First laboratory study of a Constantinopolitan production of Byzantine ceramics

Istanbul Ceramic Workshops Project First laboratory study of a Constantinopolitan production of Byzantine ceramics

The Museum of Byzantine culture in Thessaloniki

The Museum of Byzantine culture in Thessaloniki

14th Century, Byzantine, Thessaloniki, Medieval, Museums, Middle Ages

Late Antique and Byzantine Studies at Oxford

Cloisonné enamel disk with griffin, ca. The Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford.

Bowl with Three Animals, circa 1100-1300 AD. Byzantine. Overall: 1 13/16 x 8 3/4 in. (4.6 x 22.2 cm) " Bowls very similar to this example have been found in excavations throughout the Byzantine world. Animals associated with the hunt—birds of prey, large cats, deer, hares, and cranes—were common subject matter for Byzantine tableware."

Bowl with Three Animals Date: Culture: Byzantine Medium: Engraved cut-slipware Dimensions: Overall: 1 x 8 in. x cm) Classification: Ceramics

Bowl | Italian or Byzantine | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bowl | Italian or Byzantine | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Round Bowl on a Boss; Byzantine Medium: Ceramic; Dates: ca. 1200

Brooklyn Museum: Arts of the Islamic World: Round Bowl on a Boss

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