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Among the most common forms of Near Eastern pottery, the bowl without handles is presented here in a particular version, with a conical shape.
A conical bowl, with a perfectly flat circular bottom that provides a good balance to the vessel.
Carved from a block of pink limestone, this large bowl with a rounded profile has a slightly asymmetrical shape and an irregular edge, nevertheless highlighted by a band with a thicker relief.
Perfectly hemispherical and without lip, this bowl is supported by a small circular base in very low relief that does not provide a good balance.
Hammered from a single sheet of silver, this phiale is outstanding both for its quality and for its weight. All decorations were carried out in repoussé work.
This seal was carved from a whitish limestone with darker undulated veins that give the impression of an artificial decoration, although it is perfectly natural.
This animal, which can certainly be identified as a canid is seated with its legs folded under its body, its head raised and directed towards the viewer.
Roman Marble Relief representing the “Thracian Horseman”. The detailed image shows a horse mounted by a young hunter who hits a boar with his spear.
Carved from a warm-colored, yellowish marble, this object has a well-proportioned and elegant shape that pleases the viewer with its geometric and simple outline.
A semi-spherical bowl, very regular in shape and without a base, which was core-formed and decorated with lathe-cut grooves, just below the lip and around the base.
This core-formed bowl is simply decorated with lathe-cut grooves just below the lip. The base is slightly concave.
This vessel, whose shape is as simple as it is elegant, was carved from a beautiful block of granite with black and white mottling.
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