Northwest Iranian Pottery Horse Ryton ca. 12th - 8th c. B.C Preface: Iranian art is perhaps the most multifaceted in the world. From early Neolithic clay figurines to the Shahyad Tower, it is an art both native and foreign, endemic and exotic. In microcosm, it reflects much of the history of civilization. It is broadly divided into two segments with the line drawn at 651 A.D. when the last of the Sasanian kings died and the followers of Mohammed were victorious in Iran.
Eastern Mediterranean faience amphoriskos6th century BC
756c6 pot provenant d'Akrotiri, début 17e s. avant JC
Another local Etruscan (Adriatic type) jug, fourth-third centuries BC NMF
Plate Iran, Nishapur Plate, 10th century Ceramic; Vessel, Earthenware, white slip, slip-painted in black under a transparent glaze
La casa de la directora de Elle Decor España - ELLE.ES THE HOUSE OF THE DIRECTOR OF ELLE DECOR SPAIN | Lovely small lining room!
Una biblioteca en el salón*, aprovechando el marco de la puerta con un armario a medida. Un ático pequeño y muy cómodo · ElMueble.com · Casas
Bowl Depicting Hummingbirds | The Art Institute of Chicago
Painted beak jug with birds and fish (1450-1400 BC) from Katsambas exhibited in Heraklion, Crete, Greece Archaeological Museum
Geometric Terracotta Horse | 8th Century BC | Price $12,000.00 | Geometric Greek, Greek | Terracotta | Animals, Sculpture | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art