Digi Martine

Digi Martine

Hilversum, The Netherlands / Home accessory designer, translator, interested in the history of people, places and objects. Also fond of animals, both the furry and the feathery kind.
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Greek Gold Horse Earrings with Dangles, 5th-3rd Century BC

Greek Gold Horse Earrings with Dangles, 5th-3rd Century BC

A Roman Bronze Fulcrum Terminal Circa 1st Century B.C.-1st Century A.D. Excel in the area of your interest. http://youtu.be/bK7NUdh01WY

A Roman Bronze Fulcrum Terminal Circa 1st Century B.C.-1st Century A.D. Excel in the area of your interest. http://youtu.be/bK7NUdh01WY

A terra-cotta group of winged horses in Hellenistic style, considered a masterpiece of Etruscan art. Found in Tarchna (Roman Tarquinii or modern Tarquinia).  Early 4th century BCE.

A terra-cotta group of winged horses in Hellenistic style, considered a masterpiece of Etruscan art. Found in Tarchna (Roman Tarquinii or modern Tarquinia). Early 4th century BCE.

Terracotta Head of a Horse Origin: Mediterranean Circa: 300 BC to 100 BC

Terracotta Head of a Horse Origin: Mediterranean Circa: 300 BC to 100 BC

Roman Egypt Electrum-Steatite Ring - circa 1st Century B.C.-A.D.

Roman Egypt Electrum-Steatite Ring - circa 1st Century B.C.-A.D.

Gold Ring with Roman Bronze Button - FJ.6976 Origin: Mediterranean Circa: 100 AD to 300 AD

Gold Ring with Roman Bronze Button - FJ.6976 Origin: Mediterranean Circa: 100 AD to 300 AD

Pair of Cheekpieces from a Horse Bit Iran, Luristan bronzes, circa 1000-650 B.C. LACMA

Pair of Cheekpieces from a Horse Bit Iran, Luristan bronzes, circa 1000-650 B.C. LACMA

Iran, Luristan bronze Bridle ring with two crouching lions, ca 1200-800 BC. دهانه مفرغی اسب ، هنر لرستان، حدود ۱۲۰۰تا ۸۰۰ پیش از میلاد by: Virtual Museum of Iran Art on facebook. IranologySociety.

Iran, Luristan bronze Bridle ring with two crouching lions, ca 1200-800 BC. دهانه مفرغی اسب ، هنر لرستان، حدود ۱۲۰۰تا ۸۰۰ پیش از میلاد by: Virtual Museum of Iran Art on facebook. IranologySociety.

Horse Bit Cheekpiece, c. 700 BC Luristan, Iran, c. 700 BC | Cleveland Museum of Art

Horse Bit Cheekpiece, c. 700 BC Luristan, Iran, c. 700 BC | Cleveland Museum of Art

Luristan Horse Bit Cheek Plate, 8th-7th Century BCIn the form of a winged genius with horns. By the second half of the second millennium BC, the horse had been domesticated for about 500 years and was not only used as a draft animal but also was ridden. New harnessing techniques developed, especially bits, to whose cheek plates were fastened the ends of the reins and the head straps. These cheek plates were true works of art in Luristan (western Iran) at the end of the Iron Age, in the…

Luristan Horse Bit Cheek Plate, 8th-7th Century BCIn the form of a winged genius with horns. By the second half of the second millennium BC, the horse had been domesticated for about 500 years and was not only used as a draft animal but also was ridden. New harnessing techniques developed, especially bits, to whose cheek plates were fastened the ends of the reins and the head straps. These cheek plates were true works of art in Luristan (western Iran) at the end of the Iron Age, in the…