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Mesopotamia (Iran, Seljuq) - 1181-1182 Incense Burner (Metropolitan Museum of Art - cast bronze)

Mesopotamia (Iran, Seljuq) - 1181-1182 Incense Burner (Metropolitan Museum of Art - cast bronze)

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 .

Head of a ruler, ca. 2300–2000 b.c.  Iran or Mesopotamia, Arsenical copper, Met Museum

Head of a ruler, ca. 2300–2000 b.c. Iran or Mesopotamia, Arsenical copper, Met Museum

Incense Burner Medium: Bronze, incised and openwork decoration Dates: 12th century

Incense Burner Medium: Bronze, incised and openwork decoration Dates: 12th century

Incense burner, 1181–1182; Seljuq  Jacfar ibn Muhammad ibn cAli  Khorasan (eastern Iran), Iran; Found in Khorasan (eastern Iran), Tay-abad (Kariz), Iran  Cast bronze with openwork decoration

Incense burner, 1181–1182; Seljuq Jacfar ibn Muhammad ibn cAli Khorasan (eastern Iran), Iran; Found in Khorasan (eastern Iran), Tay-abad (Kariz), Iran Cast bronze with openwork decoration

A two-and-a-half-foot bronze incense burner, or brazier, shaped like a peacock dates back to the 12th century and is ready for museum display.    Afghanistan's National Museum director, Omara Khan Masoudi, is calling on other nations to return Afghan antiquities.

A two-and-a-half-foot bronze incense burner, or brazier, shaped like a peacock dates back to the 12th century and is ready for museum display. Afghanistan's National Museum director, Omara Khan Masoudi, is calling on other nations to return Afghan antiquities.

A KHORASSAN BRONZE OPENWORK HORSE HEAD NORTH EAST IRAN, 13TH CENTURY

A KHORASSAN BRONZE OPENWORK HORSE HEAD NORTH EAST IRAN, 13TH CENTURY

THREE KHORASSAN STYLE BRONZE BIRD-FORM CENSERS AND COVERS,

THREE KHORASSAN STYLE BRONZE BIRD-FORM CENSERS AND COVERS,

Discover Islamic Art - Virtual Museum - object_ISL_eg_Mus01_14_en

Discover Islamic Art - Virtual Museum - object_ISL_eg_Mus01_14_en

2000 BCE. Cupholder, Rampant Rams in gold, silver and bronze. Larsa, south of the great city-state of Uruk in Mesopotamia. Louvre

2000 BCE. Cupholder, Rampant Rams in gold, silver and bronze. Larsa, south of the great city-state of Uruk in Mesopotamia. Louvre

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