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Silver gilded Greco-Parthian rhyton ceremonial drinking vessel 2nd century BC Ancient Persia, Ancient

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Pottery vessel, fourth millennium B.C. The Sialk collection of Tehran's National Museum of Iran.

6th-5th century BC. Achaemenid.

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Deer Vessel. Culture: Chimú. Dimensions: H. 5 x W. 3

Cycladic civilization, 2nd millennium b.C. Terracotta zoomorphic rhyton. Athens, Ethnikó Arheologikó Moussío (

Netsuke of tigress with two cubs, mid-19th-century Japan, ivory with shell inlay


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Rhyton terminating in the forepart of a wild cat

greek Rhyton, found in north italy V-IV cent B.C. Musei Civici, Trieste

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Bronze Age Anatolian terra cotta wolf shaped ritual vessel - 19th to 17th century BC -

Fig. 7: Tulufan Basin and Paleo Silk Textile, 2000: fig. 18, p. 155.

... Art - rhyton Turkmenistan 2nd century BC, circa 1969. USSR - CIRCA 1969: Postage stamp printed in the USSR shows ancient Exhibit Museum of


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The Pergamene style of the Hellenistic period, from the Pergamon Altar, early 2nd century.

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The Sacred Ram and the significance of the discovery of a 9000-year-old ritual ram artefact in Israel


A deer petroglyph with branching antlers and S-shaped body motif in a style attributed to the Saka, ca. middle to late first millennium BCE.

Late Classical Greek Silver Gilt Rhyton with a Horse Protome, 4th century B.C.E., Black Sea Region. Silver with gilding, H. 20.8 cm. © Miho Museum

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Rhyton: The Buffalo-Slayer Goddess -- Circa CE -- Iran, Sasanian -- The Cleavland Museum of Art

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Parthian Horse Gemstone in Silver Ring. 3rd century BC-2nd century AD. A carnelian cabochon with intaglio horse motif.

The Amathus sarcophagus, from Amathus, Cyprus, 2nd quarter of the 5th century BC Archaic period, Metropolitan Museum of Art

29. BENDIS AS THE DIVINE HUNTRESS. Relief on the Acropolis, Philippi

Francesco Guardi (Italian, 1712–1793), The Ridotto in Venice with Masked Figures Conversing [The Ridotto at Palazzo Dandolo], c. 1750.

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A crown ornament (12.5 cm x 6.5 cm) from Tillya-Tepe, ca. 1st century BCE to 1st century CE. National Museum of Afghanistan. The central figure in nomadic ...

1513–1515), housed in the church of San Pietro in Vincoli in Rome. The sculpture was commissioned in 1505 by Pope Julius II for his tomb.

History of Civilizations of Central Asia: The Crossroads of Civilization - Vol. 3 : A.D. 250 to 750 - PDF Free Download

Huma bird capital at Persepolis.

1: L. Sickman, A. Soper, The Art and Architecture of China, Harmondsworth, 1968: pl. 41.B (detail).

Xerxes I - Rock relief of Xerxes at his tomb in Naqsh-e Rustam

French ivory Virgin and Child, end of 13th century, 25 cm high, curving to fit the shape of the ivory tusk

From the lands of the scythians the Met Bulletin v.32 #5 1973-74 by alfonse K - issuu

Double Spout and Bridge Bottle with Bird Handle, 7th–3rd century B.C.

Incredible Egyptian carved and glazed stone Dish, 2nd.-1st. mill. BC click for details

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Ornament in form a coiled wolf from NW China, c.5th-4th century BC.

The two main halls of this Godīn II settlement (Figure 6) exhibit ...

Terracotta askos (vessel) in the form of a lion. Culture: Cypriot.

Stone statue, late Jomon period

Scarce Circa 500-450 Bce Persian Rhyton-deer Shaped


History of civilizations of Central Asia, v. 2: The Development of sedentary and nomadic civilizations, 700 B.C. to A.D. 250; Mu

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Terracotta zoomorphic askos (vessel), Middle Cypriot


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VishnuStanding figure of Vishnu, gilt bronze sculpture from Nepal, 10th century; in the Brooklyn Museum, New York. Photograph by Katie Chao.

Fig. 10: Ackerman, 1938-39 reprint 1967: fig. 247.

Dolmens of type 7 are common in the central Golan. One of them, which was found near Rujem el-Hiri, was recently excavated by Michael Freikman, ...

Bronze Buckle Ornament Inlaid with Malachite, Dian Kingdom, South West China, 2nd-1st century B.C.E. Bronze and malachite, D. 16.2 cm. © Miho Museum.

Amphora - Silver amphora-rhyton with zoomorphic handles; circa 500 BC; Vassil Bojkov


Sumerian male worshiper, Alabaster with shell eyes, 2750-2600 B.C.

History of Civilizations of Central Asia: The Crossroads of Civilization - Vol. 3 : A.D. 250 to 750 - PDF Free Download

Statue of Pliny the Younger on the façade of Cathedral of S. Maria Maggiore in Como. / Wikimedia Commons

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Bronze Statuette of a Horse, late 2nd – 1st century B.C. Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Plate 35 Drunk Hercules supported by two satyrs (cat. 1, scene 8,

Kalmakareh Cave, Cave of treasures Kalmakareh Cave -Lorestan Province - Iran

Very Rare Ancient Bronze Rhyton Drinking Vessel Achenenid Dynasty 530


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Part of vase from Naucratis with dedication to Apollo

In G. B. Lanfranchi, M. Roaf & R. Rollinger (ed.), Continuity of Empire: Assyria, Media, Persia. History of the Ancient Near East Monographs 5 ...

Terracotta zoomorphic askos (vessel), Middle Cypriot III

Francois Boucher, Boreas Abducting Oreithyia, 1769, Oil on canvas, 107 5/8 x 80 11/16 in. (273.3 x 205 cm), Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, TX.

Achaemenid Persian Lion rhyton. Gold. 5th century BC. Iran. Achaemenid. -

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Plate 15 The treasure on display in Room 40 at the British Museum, 1983 Museum

A modern reproduction of a gold rhyton found in Hamadan (Ecbatana) in the 5th century BC now in the National Museum Tehran. Collection Z. Amrolia

A running or recumbent stag rock carving in the EAS from the Thalpan Bridge site, Indus Kohistan, Northern Pakistan (after Dani and Jettmar n.d., fig. 1).

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Map of Central Asia showing principal mountain ranges and rivers; all of the sites shown have separate entries in this encyclopedia