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Topic: nishapur

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Found Iran, Nishapur

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Fragment of an Imported Chinese Bowl

Fragment of an Imported Chinese Bowl

Chinese ceramics were highly valued and commonly imitated in Nishapur. The Nishapur imitations took different forms: the whiteness of the Chinese porcelains led local potters to develop the opaque white glazes ... more

Base of a Footed Buff Ware Vessel

Base of a Footed Buff Ware Vessel

This fragment decorated with a bird surrounded by ibexes and other scattered motifs has three small feet, indicating that it served as the base of a vessel. Its glaze eroded greatly while it was buried, leaving... more

Button or Bead or Spindle Whorl

Button or Bead or Spindle Whorl

The dot-in-circle motif recalls designs presumed to be of magical significance, most likely an abstract eye to ward off the evil-eye, which serves an apotropaic function. Easily reproduced with a tool and visi... more

Button or Bead or Spindle Whorl

Button or Bead or Spindle Whorl

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur

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Excavated in Iran, Nishapur

Bead

Bead

The dot-in-circle motif recalls designs presumed to be of magical significance, most likely an abstract eye to ward off the evil-eye, which serves an apotropaic function. Easily reproduced with a tool and visi... more

Button or Bead or Spindle Whorl

Button or Bead or Spindle Whorl

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur

Button or Bead or Spindle Whorl

Button or Bead or Spindle Whorl

The dot-in-circle motif recalls designs presumed to be of magical significance, most likely an abstract eye to ward off the evil-eye, which serves an apotropaic function. Easily reproduced with a tool and visi... more

Lamp

Lamp

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur

Button

Button

The dot-in-circle motif recalls designs presumed to be of magical significance, most likely an abstract eye to ward off the evil-eye, which serves an apotropaic function. Easily reproduced with a tool and visi... more

Jug

Jug

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur

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Excavated in Iran, Nishapur

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Button

Button

The dot-in-circle motif recalls designs presumed to be of magical significance, most likely an abstract eye to ward off the evil-eye, which serves an apotropaic function. Easily reproduced with a tool and visi... more

Bowl

Bowl

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur

Button or Bead or Spindle Whorl

Button or Bead or Spindle Whorl

The dot-in-circle motif recalls designs presumed to be of magical significance, most likely an abstract eye to ward off the evil-eye, which serves an apotropaic function. Easily reproduced with a tool and visi... more

Bowl

Bowl

Excavated in Iran, Nishapur