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Old Pottery

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Babylonian kudurru of the late Kassite period found near Baghdad by the French botanist André Michaux (Cabinet des Médailles, Paris) Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Art History, European History, Ancient Greece, American History, Bagdad, Ancient Mesopotamia

Ancient Babylonian Artifact Seized at London Airport Returns to Iraq

British officials intercepted an artifact smuggler at Heathrow airport who was attempting to sneak a valuable ancient stone into the UK. The smuggler

Cone of Urukagina, king of Lagash, detailing his reforms againt abuse of “old days”, circa 2350 BC. Courtesy & currently located at the Louvre, France. Photo taken by Poulpy. (via theforbiddencolors) Ancient Near East, Ancient Ruins, Ancient History, European History, Ancient Greece, Ancient Egypt, American History, Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Civilizations

The oldest 'Bill of rights': The reforms of Urukagina, Sumeria, 2500-2350 B.C. [960 x 860]

/r/ArtefactPorn is a community dedicated to posting the very best objects, from the very large to the very small, made or shaped by the mankind...

Books / The Archaeological Museum of Thebes: “ Scene with a Sphinx and a woman standing on either side of a sacred column, from a clay larnax. From the Mycenaean cemetery of Tanagra. Ancient Aliens, Ancient Greek, Ancient Art, Ancient Egypt, Mycenaean, Minoan, Archaic Greece, Arrow Of Time, Greece Mythology

Museums of Greece

Books / The Archaeological Museum of Thebes: “ Scene with a Sphinx and a woman standing on either side of a sacred column, from a clay larnax. From the Mycenaean cemetery of Tanagra. (13th century...

A Phrygian Terracotta Cup, ca. 1200 - 700 BC - Sands of Time Ancient Art Pottery Mugs, Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Cups, Ceramic Art, Earthenware, Stoneware, Terracota, Ceramic Design, Tea Bowls

A Phrygian Terracotta Cup, ca. 1200 - 700 BCE

of thin walled buff clay, with red slip, the rounded rim and bulbous body tapering to a flat base. The applied single handle is rounded in profile with a slight upward arch and is attached to the shoulder of the vessel. Background: In antiquity, Phrygia was a kingdom in the west central part of Anatolia, in what is no

Sake bottle tokkuri Iga ceramic H 13 cm / D cm Japan, Momoyama period late… Japanese Ceramics, Chinese Ceramics, Japanese Pottery, Japanese Art, Old Pottery, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Ideas, Glass Ceramic, Ceramic Art

Düsseldorf Pilsum

Sakeflasche tokkuri Iga-Keramik H. 13 cm / D. 10,5 cm Japan, Momoyama-Zeit spätes 16. Jahrhundert

Greek Antique Three-Handle Terracotta Olive Oil Jar Pottery Pots, Old Pottery, Greek Pottery, Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Art, Earthenware, Stoneware, Vases, Olive Oil Jar

Antique French Furniture

Antique French furniture, antique French paintings and French antique decorative accessories as well as French antique armoires, antique lighting, antique mirrors and French antique majolica

Ancient Greek Attic white-ground alabastron, c. Greek History, Women In History, Ancient History, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, Amazons Women Warriors, Female Warriors, Greek Pantheon

Amazon wearing trousers and carrying a shield with an attached patterned cloth and a quiver. Ancient Greek Attic white-ground alabastron, ca. 470 BC, British Museum, London

Geometric surface art, with both abstract and symmetrical patterns, have pervaded the pottery arts of most ancient cultures. Old Pottery, Greek Pottery, Pottery Art, Arte Latina, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Surface Art, Ceramic Boxes, Art Sculpture

Geometric pyxis with four horses standing on the lid. Terracotta, 760–750 BC (Middle Geometric II).

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Ancient biblical Iron Age pottery Zoomorphic vessel (item #1102397, detailed views)

A fascinating ancient biblical Iron Age pottery Zoomorphic wine vessel. The liquids could be poured through the orifice in the animal's head. Fashioned of warm terracotta, its simple curves, appealing shape, strength and charm have transported it from the mystical past, so that it can continue to delight the beholder of today. A real master piece which would simply add a major addition to the finest biblical antiquities collection Measurements: Height: 17 cm - Length: 20.5 cm - Width: 7 cm…

Spiro Engraved bottle and Crockett Curvilinear-Incised bowl from Craig Mound… Old Pottery, Ceramic Pottery, Indian Artifacts, Native American Pottery, University Of Oklahoma, Roman Art, Call Art, Red River, Ancient Civilizations

Tejas > Caddo Fundamentals > Spiro and the Arkansas Basin

Spiro Engraved bottle and Crockett Curvilinear-Incised bowl from Craig Mound, Spiro. Both vessels are almost certainly Caddo vessels, probably obtained from Red River Valley. Courtesy Robert Bell and the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, University of Oklahoma

Ancient Caddo potters created an extraordinary variety of pottery vessels from huge storage jars over three feet high to tiny bowls probably made for children. These examples are from the TARL collections. Photograph by Sharon Mitchell. Native American Images, Native American Pottery, Native American Artifacts, Native American History, Old Pottery, Pottery Marks, Ceramic Clay, Ceramic Pottery, Sharon Mitchell

Tejas > Caddo Fundamentals > Who are the Caddo?

Ancient Caddo potters created an extraordinary variety of pottery vessels from huge storage jars over three feet high to tiny bowls probably made for children. These examples are from the TARL collections. Photograph by Sharon Mitchell.

An early neolithic mug found in a tumulus at Fischbeker Heide, Neugraben-Fischbek, Hamburg, Germany. - I love this mug so infinitely much I cannot say. Old Pottery, Pottery Mugs, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, African Pottery, Coil Pots, Japanese Ceramics, Ceramic Clay, Ancient Art

Ceramic Mug Shots

The mug would have to be the most utilised item of functional ceramic wares. In an age of hi-tech and tough composite materials, it is remarkable that ceramic materials are still favoured for mugs, even though they are breakable and on the bulky side. Whether it is earthenware, bone china, porcelain or stoneware, it’s hard to beat the organic earthiness of a ceramic mug. With the caffeine connoisseurs, some people do over 30 cups a day, so I'd imagine a certain amount of bonding would be…