An ancient Cypriot clay ring-vase (kernos - ceremonial vessel), dated to the Protogeometric period (1050-900 BC), has been repatriated to Cyprus from the United Kingdom. The vessel was identified by the Department of Antiquities at a London-based antiquities dealer’s shop, as a result of the Department's routine online investigations. Read more at https://archaeologynewsnetwork.blogspot.com/2016/11/cyprus-antiquity-repatriated-from.html#DihYu8mlMFcLzHuq.99
Female figurine 3,000 BCE, Mesopotamia.
Copper alloy vase decorated bull friezes, Susa, Iran, ca. 1200-1000 BCE 11.5 cm high. Photo: Reproduced by courtesy of the Louvre, Paris.
Tell Brak's periods.
Tepe Sialk III Cachet perforé à décor de lignes Début du IVe millénaire avant J.-C., période III, niveau 4 Colline sud Pierre grise
Un JAR Luristán BRONCE en surtidor
Mesopotamia | Iran - Luristan | Louvre Museum
SEVEN MESOPOTAMIAN STONE AMULETS - CIRCA 4TH-3RD MILLENNIUM B.C. | Christie's
Luristan ibex, Lursitan bronze horse fitting in form of ibex, 89th-7th century B.C. Luristan ibex, Lursitan bronze horse fitting in form of ibex with horns, 3.7 cm long, unpublished. Private collection
Luristan bronze ibex pendant, 1st millenium B.C. Luristan bronze ibex pendant, holes in the body and on the base, 2.5 cm high. Private collection