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Ornament with back-to-back lions Period: Achaemenid Date: ca. 6th–4th century B.C. Geography: Iran Culture: Achaemenid Medium: Gold Dimensions: 1 5/8 in. Classification: Metalwork

Ornament with back-to-back lions Period: Achaemenid Date: ca. 6th–4th century B.C. Geography: Iran Culture: Achaemenid Medium: Gold Dimensions: 1 5/8 in. Classification: Metalwork

«Златник» князя Володимира, Vladimir golden coin in Kievan Rus. http://historymania.info/view_post.php?id=74

«Златник» князя Володимира, Vladimir golden coin in Kievan Rus. http://historymania.info/view_post.php?id=74

ancientpeoples:  Golden dress ornaments  Scythian  Northern...

ancientpeoples: Golden dress ornaments Scythian Northern...

Achaemenid Persian Winged Bull Vase Handle, 5th Century BCThe Achaemenid Empire (c. 550–330 BC), or First Persian Empire, was an empire in Western and Central Asia, founded in the 6th century BC by...

Achaemenid Persian Winged Bull Vase Handle, 5th Century BCThe Achaemenid Empire (c. 550–330 BC), or First Persian Empire, was an empire in Western and Central Asia, founded in the 6th century BC by...

Northern Iran, Kelardasht golden cup, ca 800 BC, National museum of Iran - Tehran. جام زرین کلاردشت، شمال ایران، حدود ۸۰۰ پیش از میلاد، موزه‌ ایران باستان- تهران by:‏Virtual Museum of Iran Art / موزه مجازی هنر ایران‏ (page on facebook).

Northern Iran, Kelardasht golden cup, ca 800 BC, National museum of Iran - Tehran. جام زرین کلاردشت، شمال ایران، حدود ۸۰۰ پیش از میلاد، موزه‌ ایران باستان- تهران by:‏Virtual Museum of Iran Art / موزه مجازی هنر ایران‏ (page on facebook).

The Achaemenid Empire gold cup.The Achaemenid empire, the first of the Persian empires to rule over significant portions of Greater Iran, was wiped out by Alexander the Great in 330 BC.

The Achaemenid Empire gold cup.The Achaemenid empire, the first of the Persian empires to rule over significant portions of Greater Iran, was wiped out by Alexander the Great in 330 BC.

Roman Intaglio of a Hecataio Seals & Gems   Date:  1st Century AD, 2nd Century AD, 3rd Century AD Culture:  Roman Category:  Seals

Roman Intaglio of a Hecataio Seals & Gems Date: 1st Century AD, 2nd Century AD, 3rd Century AD Culture: Roman Category: Seals

Weight lion-shaped. Achaemenid era, sixth - fourth century BC Susa  - Acropolis. Louvre Museum

Weight lion-shaped. Achaemenid era, sixth - fourth century BC Susa - Acropolis. Louvre Museum

Golden Achaemenid ornament depicting a lion’s head and dating back to the 5th-6th century BCE. The city of Babylon served as the main imperial capital for the Achaemenid Persians until 331 BCE.

Golden Achaemenid ornament depicting a lion’s head and dating back to the 5th-6th century BCE. The city of Babylon served as the main imperial capital for the Achaemenid Persians until 331 BCE.

ACHMAENINID PERSIAN METALWORK: Rhyton (Drinking Vessel) Achaemenid. 5th - 3rd centuries BCE. gold. Archaeological Museum, Tehran, Iran. A rhyton is a container from which wines, such as the famous Shiraz wine, were intended to be drunk, or poured in a ceremony. The shape was derived from drinking horns . It is possible they were copied from the Uratians and made popular popular by the Medes .

Viking Drinking Horn Vessels and Accessories

ACHMAENINID PERSIAN METALWORK: Rhyton (Drinking Vessel) Achaemenid. 5th - 3rd centuries BCE. gold. Archaeological Museum, Tehran, Iran. A rhyton is a container from which wines, such as the famous Shiraz wine, were intended to be drunk, or poured in a ceremony. The shape was derived from drinking horns . It is possible they were copied from the Uratians and made popular popular by the Medes .

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