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Ceramics as trading goods, Ionian pottery and faience ware.  During the 7th century BC, a flourishing pottery production developed in Ionia, using oriental plant and animal motifs for decoration. Vases was exported from far and wide - to the offshore islands Rhodos to southern Russia, southern Italy and Etruria. The small-scale faience perfume flacons production originated in Egypt, amongs other places in Naucratis in the Nile Delta.  Altes Museum, Berlin

Ceramics as trading goods, Ionian pottery and faience ware. During the 7th century BC, a flourishing pottery production developed in Ionia, using oriental plant and animal motifs for decoration. Vases was exported from far and wide - to the offshore islands Rhodos to southern Russia, southern Italy and Etruria. The small-scale faience perfume flacons production originated in Egypt, amongs other places in Naucratis in the Nile Delta. Altes Museum, Berlin

Scythian Silver Rhyton with Pegasus protome (original), found at Ulyap, Republic Adygea, 5th century BC, Greek influence. Before Conservation. The State Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow, Russia.

Scythian Silver Rhyton with Pegasus protome (original), found at Ulyap, Republic Adygea, 5th century BC, Greek influence. Before Conservation. The State Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow, Russia.

Rhyton with "une Tete de Caprin sur la Panse" (unforth) Tags: paris france art museum europe louvre terracotta pottery iranian artmuseum rhyton middleeastern 2ndcentury 3rdcentury 2ndcenturybc 1stcentury 3rdcenturybc 1stcenturybc

Rhyton with "une Tete de Caprin sur la Panse" (unforth) Tags: paris france art museum europe louvre terracotta pottery iranian artmuseum rhyton middleeastern 2ndcentury 3rdcentury 2ndcenturybc 1stcentury 3rdcenturybc 1stcenturybc

"Ram-Head Rhyton" (ca. 480-470 BCE), attrib. to Brygos Painter. Greek. Posted on clevelandart.org.

"Ram-Head Rhyton" (ca. 480-470 BCE), attrib. to Brygos Painter. Greek. Posted on clevelandart.org.

Gold cup, Iran, 4th-3rd centuries BC by emily

Gold cup, Iran, 4th-3rd centuries BC by emily

Athenian rhyton (ancient Greek drinking horn, made of pottery or metal, having a base in the form of the head of a woman or animal) | Museo di Archeologia Ligure, Genoa, Italy

Athenian rhyton (ancient Greek drinking horn, made of pottery or metal, having a base in the form of the head of a woman or animal) | Museo di Archeologia Ligure, Genoa, Italy

A TYPE GLAUX SKYPHOS, ATTICA, MID-4TH CENTURY B.C.

A TYPE GLAUX SKYPHOS, ATTICA, MID-4TH CENTURY B.C.

A GREEK POTTERY SHEEP HEAD RHYTON  MID-4TH CENTURY B.C.  Probably from Tarentum, with projecting ears, short horns and lidded almond-shaped eyes, the bowl with a flaring rim and strap handle  9½. in. (24.1 cm.) long

A GREEK POTTERY SHEEP HEAD RHYTON MID-4TH CENTURY B.C. Probably from Tarentum, with projecting ears, short horns and lidded almond-shaped eyes, the bowl with a flaring rim and strap handle 9½. in. (24.1 cm.) long

Thracian Rhyton. I can get down with some art like this. #500BC https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2066629563/game-of-you-mobile-app-the-ultimate-journey-of-dis

Thracian Rhyton. I can get down with some art like this. #500BC https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2066629563/game-of-you-mobile-app-the-ultimate-journey-of-dis

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