3 edition of The treasure of the Oxus, with other examples of early Oriental metal-work found in the catalog.
The treasure of the Oxus, with other examples of early Oriental metal-work
British Museum. Department of British and Mediaeval Antiquities.
|Statement||by O.M. Dalton.|
|Contributions||Franks, Augustus Wollaston, Sir, 1826-1897., Dalton, O. M. 1866-1945.|
|LC Classifications||NK620 B8 1926|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||75|
Oxus Treasure Ancient Tajikistan Achaemenid Persia Gold Treasure Coins Jewelry This book surveys jewelry from as early as BC to the mid 20th century and showcases work from all over the world. What I like about this book is that there are lots of photos, both color and black and white. Other examples include a pair of earrings of Seller Rating: % positive. JEWELRY (O. Fr. jouel, Fr. joyau, perhaps from joie, joy; Lat. gaudium; retranslated into Low Lat. jocale, a toy, from jocus, by misapprehension of the origin of the word), a collective term for jewels, or the art connected with them—jewels being personal ornaments, usually made of gems, precious stones, &c., with a setting of precious metal; in a restricted sense it is also common to speak.
Oxus Treasure. Some of the finest jewelry of the Achaemenid period ( b.c.e.) comes from the so-called Oxus Treasure, named for the river in Central Asia (the modern Amu Dariya) near where the hoard was said to have been found. The objects in this collection range . The treasure of the Oxus, with other objects from ancient Persia and India. Author Dalton, O. M. (Ormonde Maddock), Published As has been mentioned before, but few examples of early plate exist; the following is a brief list of some of the most notable pieces, other than those previously enumerated: the “Sokborn” cup (c. ), and the “Anathema” cup () at Pembroke College, Cambridge; the Leigh cup () at Mercers' Hall; the ivory and silver cup.
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