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A small, glazed, ceramic bowl with a low base. White slip covers the inner surface of the vessel and has been used to paint tongues on the outer surface. The inner surface has sgraffito decoration: a bird in a medallion with speckled body. The vessel is dated to the late Byzantine period, and more specifically to the end of the 13th or the 14th century

A small, glazed, ceramic bowl with a low base. White slip covers the inner surface of the vessel and has been used to paint tongues on the outer surface. The inner surface has sgraffito decoration: a bird in a medallion with speckled body. The vessel is dated to the late Byzantine period, and more specifically to the end of the 13th or the 14th century

Paris, musée du Louvre

Paris, musée du Louvre

Byzantine Ceramics Plate with cheetah attacking a deer, mid-12th century, glazed earthenware with sgraffito decoration, Nea Anchialos Archaeological Collection

Byzantine Ceramics Plate with cheetah attacking a deer, mid-12th century, glazed earthenware with sgraffito decoration, Nea Anchialos Archaeological Collection

Deep Plate with Hawk, Rabbit, and Foliage Byzantium, 12th century Date: 1100s Medium: sgraffito earthenware Dimensions: Diameter - h:3.85 w:24.00 cm (h:1 1/2 w:9 7/16 inches)

Deep Plate with Hawk, Rabbit, and Foliage Byzantium, 12th century Date: 1100s Medium: sgraffito earthenware Dimensions: Diameter - h:3.85 w:24.00 cm (h:1 1/2 w:9 7/16 inches)

Byzantine Ceramic Bowl with Weeping Bird from Adil Can. www.arkofcrafts.com

Byzantine Ceramic Bowl with Weeping Bird from Adil Can. www.arkofcrafts.com

1125-1175 (made) Engraved slipware, or "sgraffito/sgraffiato"

1125-1175 (made) Engraved slipware, or "sgraffito/sgraffiato"

Late Roman and Byzantine Vessels at the British Museum

Late Roman and Byzantine Vessels at the British Museum

Bowl with Bird of Prey, circa 11-13 AD. Byzantine. "The bird’s hooked beak signals that it is a bird of prey. It may be a falcon trained for the hunt. Falconry or hawking was enjoyed by the aristocracy, who generally hunted with trained predators. Practical manuals describing the breeding, training, and treatment of these highly prized birds are evidence of the sport’s popularity."

Bowl with Bird of Prey, circa 11-13 AD. Byzantine. "The bird’s hooked beak signals that it is a bird of prey. It may be a falcon trained for the hunt. Falconry or hawking was enjoyed by the aristocracy, who generally hunted with trained predators. Practical manuals describing the breeding, training, and treatment of these highly prized birds are evidence of the sport’s popularity."

A BYZANTINE GLAZED SGRAFFITO POTTERY BOWL CIRCA 12TH CENTURY A.D.

A BYZANTINE GLAZED SGRAFFITO POTTERY BOWL CIRCA 12TH CENTURY A.D.


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Bowl with Lioness  Date: 1100–1300 Culture: Byzantine Medium: Earthenware Dimensions: Overall: 2 1/4 x 10 3/8 in. (5.7 x 26.3 cm) diam. of foot: 4 3/16 in. (10.7 cm) Classification: Ceramics Credit Line: Purchase, Anonymous Gift and Rogers Fund, 1971

Bowl with Lioness Date: 1100–1300 Culture: Byzantine Medium: Earthenware Dimensions: Overall: 2 1/4 x 10 3/8 in. (5.7 x 26.3 cm) diam. of foot: 4 3/16 in. (10.7 cm) Classification: Ceramics Credit Line: Purchase, Anonymous Gift and Rogers Fund, 1971

BYZANTINE, 13TH CENTURY DISH WITH SGRAFFITO DECORATION OF A CARP

BYZANTINE, 13TH CENTURY DISH WITH SGRAFFITO DECORATION OF A CARP

Bowl with Fish, Byzantine, 11th-13th century. I get a little jolt of energy when I look at ancient pottery. #ceramics #pottery

Bowl with Fish, Byzantine, 11th-13th century. I get a little jolt of energy when I look at ancient pottery. #ceramics #pottery

Culture: Byzantine Medium: Faience Dates: late 12th-13th century Dynasty: Byzantine Period: Medieval

Culture: Byzantine Medium: Faience Dates: late 12th-13th century Dynasty: Byzantine Period: Medieval

Bowl with Cheetah, ca. 1100-1300 AD. Byzantine. "Predatory cats and birds may have been intended to evoke the hunt, a popular pastime for members of the imperial court and ruling classes and regarded as good practice for military action. Treatises and copies of ancient texts on hunting dating to the eleventh and twelfth centuries suggest a renewed interest in the sport."

Bowl with Cheetah, ca. 1100-1300 AD. Byzantine. "Predatory cats and birds may have been intended to evoke the hunt, a popular pastime for members of the imperial court and ruling classes and regarded as good practice for military action. Treatises and copies of ancient texts on hunting dating to the eleventh and twelfth centuries suggest a renewed interest in the sport."

Dish; red earthenware; yellow glaze; flat with turned up rim; decorated in sgraffito with a lion enclosed by various geometric borders. Culture/periodMiddle Byzantine term details Date12thC FindspotFound/Acquired: Aegean Sea(Mediterranean,Mediterranean Sea,Aegean Sea)

Dish; red earthenware; yellow glaze; flat with turned up rim; decorated in sgraffito with a lion enclosed by various geometric borders. Culture/periodMiddle Byzantine term details Date12thC FindspotFound/Acquired: Aegean Sea(Mediterranean,Mediterranean Sea,Aegean Sea)

Bowl with Geometric Rosette Date: 1100–1150 Culture: Byzantine Medium: Engraved slip ware:orange clay, cream slip, transparent yellowish glaze Dimensions: Overall: 2 15/16 x 7 7/8 in. (7.5 x 20 cm) diam. of foot: 3 7/16 in. (8.8 cm)

Bowl with Geometric Rosette Date: 1100–1150 Culture: Byzantine Medium: Engraved slip ware:orange clay, cream slip, transparent yellowish glaze Dimensions: Overall: 2 15/16 x 7 7/8 in. (7.5 x 20 cm) diam. of foot: 3 7/16 in. (8.8 cm)

Byzantine Splashware

Byzantine Splashware

Port St Siméon, al-Mina,Turquie, 1220-1268.

Port St Siméon, al-Mina,Turquie, 1220-1268.

Wedding vessel (AN1978.732)

Wedding vessel (AN1978.732)

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