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Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Jug

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragmentary Bottle

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Excavated in Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Relief fragment

Mesopotamia, Ctesiphon Sasanian–early Islamic

Relief fragment

Mesopotamia, Ctesiphon Sasanian–early Islamic

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment of a Bowl

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Bottom of a Cup

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Earring

These earrings ( 95.16.2 and .3) were discovered in al-Hillah, Iraq, and are of a known type produced in the 11th –13th centuries. The hexagram in the center probably alludes to the apotropaic Seal of Solomon, ... more

Earring

Attributed to Iraq

Chalice

The high foot and large cup of this elegant work are typical features of chalices used in the early church for the distribution of consecrated wine during the Divine Liturgy (Eucharist). The inscription records... more

Bead

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Processional Cross

One of the largest early crosses to survive, this severely simple work is part of the Antioch Treasure displayed in the case to the left. Crosses were carried in church processions. In Syria, monumental crosses... more

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Cup with Molded Honeycomb Pattern

The imprecise "honeycomb" pattern that decorates the surface of this vessel, as well as the off-center placement of the seventeen-petalled rosette on the bottom, indicates that the cup was blown outside the mol... more

Fragment of a Closed Vessel

This ceramic fragment was found and purchased in Ctesiphon, the Sasanian metropolis and administrative capital conquered by Arab Muslim armies in 637. The city was known in Arabic as al-Mada’in, or "the cities"... more

Fragment with Excised Motif

This ceramic fragment was excavated in Ctesiphon, the Sasanian metropolis and administrative capital conquered by Arab Muslim armies in 637. The city was known in Arabic as al-Mada’in, or "the cities", for its ... more

Bottle

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Flask

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Bottle

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment with Stamped Leaves and Rosettes

This ceramic fragment was excavated in Ctesiphon, the Sasanian metropolis and administrative capital conquered by Arab Muslim armies in 637. The city was known in Arabic as al-Mada’in, or "the cities", for its ... more

Fragment of a Closed Vessel

This ceramic fragment was excavated in Ctesiphon, the Sasanian metropolis and administrative capital conquered by Arab Muslim armies in 637. The city was known in Arabic as al-Mada’in, or "the cities", for its ... more

Bottle

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment with Excised Motif

This ceramic fragment was excavated in Ctesiphon, the Sasanian metropolis and administrative capital conquered by Arab Muslim armies in 637. The city was known in Arabic as al-Mada’in, or "the cities", for its ... more

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Bottle

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment of a Closed Vessel

This ceramic fragment was excavated in Ctesiphon, the Sasanian metropolis and administrative capital conquered by Arab Muslim armies in 637. The city was known in Arabic as al-Mada’in, or “the cities”, for its ... more

Bow

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment of a Closed Vessel

This ceramic fragment was excavated in Ctesiphon, the Sasanian metropolis and administrative capital conquered by Arab Muslim armies in 637. The city was known in Arabic as al-Mada’in, or "the cities", for its ... more

Bottle

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Lamp

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Bottle

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Jar

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment of a Closed Vessel

This ceramic fragment was excavated in Ctesiphon, the Sasanian metropolis and administrative capital conquered by Arab Muslim armies in 637. The city was known in Arabic as al-Mada’in, or "the cities", for its ... more

Fragment of a Bottle

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment of a Figure in a Pointed Cap

This ceramic fragment was excavated in Ctesiphon, the Sasanian metropolis and administrative capital conquered by Arab Muslim armies in 637. The city was known in Arabic as al-Mada’in, or "the cities", for its ... more

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Jar

Found Iraq, Kufa

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Bottle

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Flask

Found/excavated Iraq

Bracelet

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Bottle

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Flask

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragments

Found/excavated Iraq, Samarra. Made in China

Bottle

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment of a Bowl

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment of a Bowl

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment of a Dish

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon. Attributed to China

Storage Jar

This jar was discovered near Ctesiphon, the Sasanian metropolis and administrative capital conquered by Arab Muslim armies in 637. The city was known in Arabic as al-Mada’in, or "the cities", for its extended a... more

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Panel

Found Iraq, Takrit

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment of a Bottle

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Handle

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon

Fragment

Found/excavated Iraq, Ctesiphon