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Parthian banqueters, Parthian pottery banqueters, Parthian pottery female banqueter, 2nd-3rd century A.D. Parthian banqueters, Parthian pottery banqueters, Parthian pottery female banqueter reclining on a low bed, 13.8 cm high. Private collection

Parthian banqueters, Parthian pottery banqueters, Parthian pottery female banqueter, 2nd-3rd century A.D. Parthian banqueters, Parthian pottery banqueters, Parthian pottery female banqueter reclining on a low bed, 13.8 cm high. Private collection

Parthian horseman, 1st-3rd century A.D. 12.5 cm high. Private collection

Parthian horseman, 1st-3rd century A.D. 12.5 cm high. Private collection

Parthian art, Parthian pottery rattle, Parthian period Syria 2nd-3rd century A.D. Parthian art, Parthian pottery rattle, pottery rattle in form of a woman's bust, traces of original paint, 10.6 cm high. Private collection

Parthian art, Parthian pottery rattle, Parthian period Syria 2nd-3rd century A.D. Parthian art, Parthian pottery rattle, pottery rattle in form of a woman's bust, traces of original paint, 10.6 cm high. Private collection

Parthian art, Parthian pottery banqueters, 1st-3rd century A.D. Clay plaque with man and female, 16.8 cm long. Private collection

Parthian art, Parthian pottery banqueters, 1st-3rd century A.D. Clay plaque with man and female, 16.8 cm long. Private collection

Zoomorphic vessel  1350-800 B.C.E.      Iron Age I - II    Ceramic; modeled and fired  H: 19.1 W: 26.7 D: 17.6 cm  Northwest Iran, Northwest Iran

Zoomorphic vessel 1350-800 B.C.E. Iron Age I - II Ceramic; modeled and fired H: 19.1 W: 26.7 D: 17.6 cm Northwest Iran, Northwest Iran

Ram-shaped Rhyton, c. 1350-1000 B.C., 7 1/2 x 10 5/8 x 4 1/8 in., The rhyton is another example of a common ceramic type in the early Near East. Ram-headed rhytons, or drinking vessels originally based on animal horns, are common in the arts of northern Iran during the Late Bronze Age. This culture is called Marlik, after a tomb site in northern Iran, or more generally Amlash, after the town where such rhytons were first found.

Ram-shaped Rhyton, c. 1350-1000 B.C., 7 1/2 x 10 5/8 x 4 1/8 in., The rhyton is another example of a common ceramic type in the early Near East. Ram-headed rhytons, or drinking vessels originally based on animal horns, are common in the arts of northern Iran during the Late Bronze Age. This culture is called Marlik, after a tomb site in northern Iran, or more generally Amlash, after the town where such rhytons were first found.

Parthian Silver Gilt Rhyton with a Protome of a Lynx. Iran or Central Asia, late 1st century B.C. Silver with gilding. The Miho Museum Kyoto, Japan

Parthian Silver Gilt Rhyton with a Protome of a Lynx. Iran or Central Asia, late 1st century B.C. Silver with gilding. The Miho Museum Kyoto, Japan

http://www.cais-soas.com/CAIS/Images2/Parthian/Artefacts/Parthian_Silver_Gilded_Lynx_Rhyton_

http://www.cais-soas.com/CAIS/Images2/Parthian/Artefacts/Parthian_Silver_Gilded_Lynx_Rhyton_

Parthian pottery horse vessel, 3rd-1st century B.C. With a barrel-shaped body, standing foursquare on tapering legs, with an arching neck and a small, elongated muzzle, the short vessel spout emerging from the back with a loop handle behind, a circular pouring spout below the neck, 27.5 cm long. Private collection

Parthian pottery horse vessel, 3rd-1st century B.C. With a barrel-shaped body, standing foursquare on tapering legs, with an arching neck and a small, elongated muzzle, the short vessel spout emerging from the back with a loop handle behind, a circular pouring spout below the neck, 27.5 cm long. Private collection

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