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Parthian Furniture Support Depicting the Head of M Origin: Northern Syria Circa: 200 AD to 400 AD Dimensions: 5.625 (14.3cm) high x 2.5 (6.4cm) wide Catalogue: V4 Collection: Near Eastern Medium: Bronze

Parthian Furniture Support Depicting the Head of M Origin: Northern Syria Circa: 200 AD to 400 AD Dimensions: high x wide Catalogue: Collection: Near Eastern Medium: Bronze

Green Glazed Amphora - ADC.18 Origin: Syria Circa: 2 nd Century BC to 2 nd Century AD Dimensions: 14.25" (36.2cm) high Collection: Pre-Islamic Art Style: Parthian Medium: Earthenware £24,000.00

Green Glazed Amphora - Origin: Syria Circa: 2 nd Century BC to 2 nd Century AD Dimensions: high Collection: Pre-Islamic Art Style: Parthian Medium: Earthenware

https://flic.kr/p/s3NvY2 | Borovo amphora, also known as a rhyton-jug, silver-gilt, late 5th- early 4thc BC, Rousse Regional Historical Museum | Odrysian Exhibition at the Louvre, "l'Epopée des rois Thraces", photos from the catalogue

Borovo amphora, also known as a rhyton-jug, silver-gilt, late early BC, Rousse Regional Historical Museum

Bust of a Parthian princess in Susa in the southwest of Iran:

Ancient Mesopotamia, Near East and Greater Iran: Parthians looked like which modern people?

An 18th century Westerwald scratch blue jug, initialled 'GR', 11cm high

An century Westerwald scratch blue jug, initialled 'GR', high

2nd-3rd century AD N. Syria

2nd-3rd century AD N. Syria

Пара браслетов со скульптурными фигурками баранов на концах. Золото, 330 - 300 год до н.э. Большая Близница. Кубань. Россия.

Detail of the gold bracelet with figures of a sheep. Found at the burial mound Bolshaya Bliznitsa, Kuban.

Iraq (Mesopotamia), Baghdad, Parthian period, 1st–3rd century   Earthenware with alkaline glaze   Gift of Charles Lang Freer 									Gift of Charles Lang Freer

Iraq (Mesopotamia), Baghdad, Parthian period, century Earthenware with alkaline glaze Gift of Charles Lang Freer Gift of Charles Lang Freer

Parthian Glazed Terracotta Amphora - LO.508 Origin: Central Asia Circa: 1 st Century AD to 4 th Century AD

Parthian Glazed Terracotta Amphora - Origin: Central Asia Circa: 1 st Century AD to 4 th Century AD Dimensions: high Collection: Near Eastern Medium: Glazed Terracotta Location: Great Britain

Hermitage Museum Sassanid metalwok

Decorated bottle showing a dancing girl.

5655: jug; baluster jug Production date: Early Medieval; late 12th-mid 13th century Measurements: H 298 mm; DM (girth) 167 mm

baluster jug Production date: Early Medieval; late century Measurements: H 298 mm;

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