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Cage animal flask [Syria] (69.153) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

a cosmetic flask of irridescent glass from early Islamic times, Syria, Century. Amazing it has survived.

Sherd Period: Halaf Date: ca. Geography: Syria, Tell Brak Culture: Halaf Medium: Ceramic, paint Dimensions: x in.

Bowl [Egyptian] (1988.18) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bowls were part of the widespread faience production in Hellenistic and Imperial Roman times. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The painted decoration of this cotton fragment imitates more luxurious examples that are embroidered with silk. The inscription reads "perfect blessing" and the final letter of the word baraka (blessing) extends to punctuate another series of repetitions created in the zone above the main inscription

cinoh: The painted decoration of this cotton fragment imitates more luxurious examples that are embroidered with silk. The inscription reads “perfect blessing”

1st half of the 5th century A.D, Germanic | 98.11.71 Met Museum

Appliqués, first half of century Eastern Germanic; Ukraine, Kerch Gold sheet embossed front and back

Two beads, 11th century; Fatimid Syria Gold, fabricated from wire and strips of sheet, decorated with granulation; L. 2 in. (5.1 cm), Max Diam. 1 in. (2.5 cm); Diam. 3/4 in. (1.9 cm) Purchase, Sheikh Nasser Sabah al–Ahmed al–Sabah Gift, in memory of Richard Ettinghausen, 1980 (1980.456) Purchase, Mobil Foundation Inc. Gift, 1980 (1980.457)

Fatimid Syria Gold, fabricated from wire and strips of sheet, decorated with granulation;

Oval Brooch 10th c [Viking; Made in Scandinavia] (1982.323.1) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Oval Brooch Date: century Geography: Made in, Scandinavia Culture: Viking Medium: Copper alloy, gilt Dimensions: Overall: 4 x 2 x 1 x 4 in. x x x cm) Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession Number:

Mosque lamp for the Mausoleum of Amir Aydakin al AlaI al-Bunduqdar With the rise of powerful dynasties and continuing trade between the Mediterranean and India, Egypt becomes pivotal in the late medieval era as one of the most important commercial centers of the medieval world. Along with this power and prosperity, Cairo’s role as cultural capital of the Islamic world is reflected in the arts and architecture of the period.

Mosque Lamp for the Mausoleum of Amir Aydakin al-'Ala'i al-Bunduqdar, shortly after Egyptian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Bronze tripod Period: Late Cypriot II or III Date: ca. Culture: Cypriot Medium: Bronze Dimensions: H. cm) diameter of rim 3 in.

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