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Ancient Near Eastern Art | Hair Band w/palmette design | Gift of Arthur M. Sackler | ca. 400-200 B.C.E. | S1987.146

non-westernhistoricalfashion: Hair Band w/palmette design ca. Gold H: W: cm Caucasus

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - Western Iran | Beaker with archer and bull | ca. 10th–9th century B.C. - This 3,000-year-old beaker from Western Iran is on display in our Ancient Near Eastern Art galleries.

Beaker with archer and bull, century B. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, Joseph Pulitzer Bequest, 1948

REPRESENT. Monstrous male figure, Period- Bronze Age, Date- ca. late 3rd–early 2nd millennium B.C., Geography- Bactria-Margiana or eastern Iran, Culture- Bactria-Margiana Archaeological Complex, Medium- Chlorite, calcite, gold, iron, Dimensions- H. 4 in. (10.1 cm), The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Monstrous male figure Period- Bronze Age Date- ca. Geography- Bactria-Margiana or eastern Iran Culture- Bactria-Margiana Archaeological Complex Medium- Chlorite, calcite, gold, iron Dimensions- H. 4 in

Exquisite Roman Gold Teardrop pendant.  This authentic ancient Roman gold pendant was unearthed in Eastern Europe.Ca. 2nd century A.D.

a) Exquisite Roman Gold Teardrop pendant. This authentic ancient Roman gold pendant was unearthed in Eastern Europe.

Cup Medium: Gold Type: Metalwork, Vessel Origin: Southwest Caspian, Iran Topic: antelope, Iran, gold Date: 800-700 B.C.E. Data Source: Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

Cup Medium: Gold Type: Metalwork, Vessel Origin: Southwest Caspian, Iran Topic: antelope, Iran, gold Date: B. Data Source: Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M.

Object | Online | Collections | Freer and Sackler Galleries

Rhyton Ceramic Azerbaijan, Iran ca. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M.

Mannean culture 7-10th BCE The Mannaeans were an ancient people of unknown origin, who lived in the territory of the present-day province of West-Azarbaijan in the north-west of Iran, around the 7th to 10th century BCE. Their original homeland was situated on the east and south of the Lake Urmia, roughly centered around modern-day Mahabad, and at their greatest extent their borders expanded as far as the Kura river. NW_Bukan_Iran

Human-headed bird, with the horns of an ibex, facing left. Illegally excavated at Qalaichi, now in the National Museum of Tokyo, Japan. Photo from the website of The Circle of Ancient Iranian Studies.

Ancient Near Eastern Art | Ewer | S1998.164

Ancient Near Eastern Art

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