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Indus Valley Civilization Terracotta Vessel - LO.513 Origin: Pakistan/Western India Circa: 3500 BC to 2000 BC  Dimensions: 4.5" (11.4cm) high x 6.5" (16.5cm) wide  Collection: Asian Medium: Terracotta  £3,600.00  Location: Great Britain

Indus Valley Civilization Terracotta Vessel - Origin: Pakistan/Western India Circa: 3500 BC to 2000 BC Dimensions: high x wide Collection: Asian Medium: Terracotta Location: Great Britain

Ancient Mesopotamian pottery started around 6,000 years ago. Ancient Mesopotamian pottery was hand made using a variety of different methods including coil building, slab building and pinch pottery....

The characteristic female figurines appear beginning in Period IV and the finds show more intricate designs and sophistication. Pipal leaf designs are used in decoration from Period VI.

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Indus Valley Terracotta Vessel with Pipal Leaf Motif - Origin: Central Asia Circa: 3000 BC to 2000 BC

Ancient & Medieval History - Indus Valley Polychrome Jar, Mehrgarh,  c. 3300-1700 BC  A bulbous terracotta vessel with painted polychrome design of geometric panels, two flying birds and two feeding birds

Ancient & Medieval History - Indus Valley Polychrome Jar, Mehrgarh, c. BC A bulbous terracotta vessel with painted polychrome design of geometric panels, two flying birds and two feeding birds

Roman gold glass medallion with fish and gourd vine, 3rd century A.D. Roundel consists of irregular circular border containing fish facing right beneath gourd vine with seven gourds, 2.2 cm diameter. Corning museum of glass

Roman gold glass medallion with fish and gourd vine, century A. Roundel consists of irregular circular border containing fish facing right beneath gourd vine with seven gourds, cm diameter. Corning museum of glass

Central Iran  Prehistoric Painted Pottery Vessel, 5000-4500 B.C.

Prehistoric Painted Pottery Vessel Central Iran, Cheshmeh Ali - Esmailabad, circa B. Serviceware Ceramic 7 x 9 in. x cm) LACMA Collections

Indus Valley Civiliation Ancient Pottery

Indus Valley Civiliation Ancient Pottery

Mimbre culture Native American // Snite Museum of Art // University of Notre Dame

Mimbres bowl human figure - culture Native American // Snite Museum of Art // University of Notre Dame

Indus Valley Harappan Civilization Bowl

Indus Valley Harappan civilization bowl (modern Pakistan and India), millenium BC.

Indus Valley Civilization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Wheel-made pottery—some of it adorned with animal and geometric motifs—has been found in profusion at all the major Indus sites.

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