Plate LIX - A horseman and camel-rider from Dandān-Uiliq at Khotan, Tarim Basin The panel D. VII. 5, of which Plate LIX shows a successful reproduction in colours reduced to a two-thirds scale, may be mentioned here first, as it illustrates a legend which representations found in the shrines D. II. and D. X. have rendered familiar3. The panel, which has a rectangular shape, with pointed arched top, is 15 inches high and nearly 7 inches broad. It shows two figures, both mounted, one above…
Deux Turcs Seldjoukides représenté sur un plat, de Perse, de la ville de Kashan. 1200
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A fine Kashan Minai pottery bowl, Persia, 12th-13th century
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Ceramic Bowl, 10th Century A.D., Nishapur, Persia Ceramic bowl, under-glaze painted, wheel made, 10th century A.D., Nishapur, Persia. In the collection of the Glass and Ceramics Museum, Tehran, Iran.