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ACHMAENINID PERSIAN METALWORK: Rhyton (Drinking Vessel) Achaemenid. 5th - 3rd centuries BCE. gold. Archaeological Museum, Tehran, Iran. A rhyton is a container from which wines, such as the famous Shiraz wine, were intended to be drunk, or poured in a ceremony. The shape was derived from drinking horns . It is possible they were copied from the Uratians and made popular popular by the Medes .

ACHMAENINID PERSIAN METALWORK: Rhyton (Drinking Vessel) Achaemenid. 5th - 3rd centuries BCE. gold. Archaeological Museum, Tehran, Iran. A rhyton is a container from which wines, such as the famous Shiraz wine, were intended to be drunk, or poured in a ceremony. The shape was derived from drinking horns . It is possible they were copied from the Uratians and made popular popular by the Medes .

ancientart:  Iranian Offering Bringer, circa 500 BC (Achaemenid), made of limestone.  A servant of the royal Achaemenid court at Persepolis ...

ancientart: Iranian Offering Bringer, circa 500 BC (Achaemenid), made of limestone. A servant of the royal Achaemenid court at Persepolis ...

Rhyton shaped as winged lion. Ecbatana, Central Iran. Around 500-450 BCE. The National Museum of Iran www.guiarte.com/noticias/milenios-de-arte-persa.html

Rhyton shaped as winged lion. Ecbatana, Central Iran. Around 500-450 BCE. The National Museum of Iran www.guiarte.com/noticias/milenios-de-arte-persa.html

Head of Persian male figure Provenance	Iran Period	6th to 4th centuries B.C. Year	6th to 4th centuries B.C. Materials	Limestone

Head of Persian male figure Provenance Iran Period 6th to 4th centuries B.C. Year 6th to 4th centuries B.C. Materials Limestone

Lion-Shaped Spouted Horn. Unknown, Parthian, 100 - 1 B.C. | ©J. Paul Getty Trust

Lion-Shaped Spouted Horn. Unknown, Parthian, 100 - 1 B.C. | ©J. Paul Getty Trust

Pair of Bracelets with Winged-caprid Terminals Provenance	Iran Period	Persia, Achaemenid period Year	Mid-6th to 4th centuries B.C. Materials	Gold, cloisonne inlay of lapis lazuli, carnelian Dimensions	H-11.2 W-11.1

Pair of Bracelets with Winged-caprid Terminals Provenance Iran Period Persia, Achaemenid period Year Mid-6th to 4th centuries B.C. Materials Gold, cloisonne inlay of lapis lazuli, carnelian Dimensions H-11.2 W-11.1

rhyton; Achaemenid; 5thC BC; Erzincan. Gilt silver rhyton: hammered and horizontally fluted silver horn with attached lost-wax cast protome in the form of the foreparts of a horned winged griffin who wears a necklace, originally set with a gem pendant, subsequently detached and missing; around the rim is an ornamented band in relief, composed of palmettes and lotus-buds, every alternate

rhyton; Achaemenid; 5thC BC; Erzincan. Gilt silver rhyton: hammered and horizontally fluted silver horn with attached lost-wax cast protome in the form of the foreparts of a horned winged griffin who wears a necklace, originally set with a gem pendant, subsequently detached and missing; around the rim is an ornamented band in relief, composed of palmettes and lotus-buds, every alternate

Pair of Bracelets with Lion's-head Terminals Provenance	Iran Period	Persia, Achaemenid period Year	Possibly late 5th to 4th centuries B.C. Materials	Gold Dimensions	H-3.8 W-6.7

Pair of Bracelets with Lion's-head Terminals Provenance Iran Period Persia, Achaemenid period Year Possibly late 5th to 4th centuries B.C. Materials Gold Dimensions H-3.8 W-6.7

A Persian Carnelian & Gold Lion Amulet, Achaemenid Period, ca 549 - 331 BC

A Persian Carnelian & Gold Lion Amulet, Achaemenid Period, ca 549 - 331 BC

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