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ran,Achaemenid silver phiale meaning shallow vessel, used for ritual liquid offerings ca 6th-5th century BC.

ran,Achaemenid silver phiale meaning shallow vessel, used for ritual liquid offerings ca 6th-5th century BC.

Protome of the gilt silver rhyton. The eye sockets were originally inlaid, as was the necklace with a gem, subsequently detached and missing. Punched dots cover the front of the head and the gilded cheeks. This rhyton was probably used to top up drinking bowls with wine during a banquet, hence the lowermost hole in the chest of the griffin. Possibly found at Altintepe, an ancient Urartian archeological site, Erzincan Province, Turkey.Achaemenid Persian Empire, 5th century BC.

Protome of the gilt silver rhyton. The eye sockets were originally inlaid, as was the necklace with a gem, subsequently detached and missing. Punched dots cover the front of the head and the gilded cheeks. This rhyton was probably used to top up drinking bowls with wine during a banquet, hence the lowermost hole in the chest of the griffin. Possibly found at Altintepe, an ancient Urartian archeological site, Erzincan Province, Turkey.Achaemenid Persian Empire, 5th century BC.

Pre-Achaemenid Silver and Gold Vessel in the Form of a Hero and a Winged Bull Found in Eastern Anatolia, Mesopotamia, and western Iran in the beginning of the 1st millennium BCE

Pre-Achaemenid Silver and Gold Vessel in the Form of a Hero and a Winged Bull Found in Eastern Anatolia, Mesopotamia, and western Iran in the beginning of the 1st millennium BCE

Protome of the gilt silver rhyton. The eye sockets were originally inlaid, as was the necklace with a gem, subsequently detached and missing. Punched dots cover the front of the head and the gilded cheeks. This rhyton was probably used to top up drinking bowls with wine during a banquet, hence the lowermost hole in the chest of the griffin. Possibly found at Altintepe, an ancient Urartian archeological site, Erzincan Province, Turkey. Achaemenid Persian Empire, 5th century BC

Protome of the gilt silver rhyton. The eye sockets were originally inlaid, as was the necklace with a gem, subsequently detached and missing. Punched dots cover the front of the head and the gilded cheeks. This rhyton was probably used to top up drinking bowls with wine during a banquet, hence the lowermost hole in the chest of the griffin. Possibly found at Altintepe, an ancient Urartian archeological site, Erzincan Province, Turkey. Achaemenid Persian Empire, 5th century BC

Ewer with dancing females within arcades, ca. 6th–7th century A.D. Sasanian. Iran. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Ewer with dancing females within arcades, ca. 6th–7th century A.D. Sasanian. Iran. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Rhyton terminating in the forepart of a wild goat/Date: ca. 4th–2nd century B.C. Geography: Iran Medium: Silver Dimensions: 9.45 x 7.87 in. (24 x 19.99 cm) Classification: Metalwork-Vessels

Rhyton terminating in the forepart of a wild goat/Date: ca. 4th–2nd century B.C. Geography: Iran Medium: Silver Dimensions: 9.45 x 7.87 in. (24 x 19.99 cm) Classification: Metalwork-Vessels

Bottle Depicting a Peacock in Foliage, 17th century. Iran; Islamic. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Bottle Depicting a Peacock in Foliage, 17th century. Iran; Islamic. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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