Chinese ritual bronzes - 【Chinese Civilization HQ】 Chinese Bronze Artifacts Exhibited in Canada
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Bronze Age sword
Bronze Age swords appear from around the 17th century BC, in the Black Sea region and the Aegean, as a further development of the dagger. They are replaced by the Iron Age sword during the early part ...
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Chinese ritual bronzes
Sets of ritual bronzes are the most impressive surviving objects from the Chinese Bronze Age. From around 1650 BCE they were deposited as grave goods in the tombs of royalty and the nobility, and wer...
Chinese ritual bronzes - Wikipedia
Permian bronze casts
Permian bronze casts were produced by the Komi and Udmurt people between the 4th and the 14th centuries. Their size is 3–17 cm. Their style is referred to as the 'Permian animal style.'Permian br...
Permian bronze casts - Wikipedia
Aegean art
Aegean art refers to art that was created in the Grecian lands surrounding, and the islands within, the Aegean Sea.Included in the category Aegean art is Mycenaean art, famous for its gold masks, war ...
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Cycladic art
Cycladic art encompasses the visual art of the ancient Cycladic civilization, which flourished in the islands of the Aegean Sea from 3300 - 2000 BCE. Along with the Minoans and Mycenaeans, the Cycladi...
Cycladic art - Wikipedia
Minyan ware
Minyan ware is a broad archaeological term describing varieties of a particular style of Aegean pottery associated with the Middle Helladic period.
In the history of Aegean prehistoric archaeology...
Mycenaean pottery
Mycenaean pottery is the pottery, produced by Mycenaean potters and divided by archaeologists into a series of stylistic phases, which can be grouped into four major stages, which roughly correspond w...
Mycenaean pottery - Wikipedia
Minoan pottery
Minoan pottery is more than Minoan civilization. Its restless sequence of quickly maturing artistic styles reveal something of Minoan patrons' pleasure in novelty while they assist archaeologists in ...
Minoan pottery - Wikipedia
Collette Hoard
2°00′25″W / 55.771°N 2.007°W / 55.771; -2.007The Collette Hoard was found in fields near Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, England by metal detectorist John Minns in April 2...
La Parisienne
Parisienne or La Parisienne means a grammatically female person or thing from Paris, France. It may also refer to:
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Winchester Hoard
1°19′45″W / 51.060386°N 1.329201°W / 51.060386; -1.329201The Winchester Hoard is a hoard of Iron Age gold found in a field in the Winchester area of Hampshire, England, in 200...
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Minoan chronology
Sir Arthur Evans developed a relative dating scheme of Minoan chronology based on the excavations initiated and managed by him at the site of the ancient city of Knossos. He called the civilization th...
Minoan chronology - Wikipedia
Art of Urartu
The art of Urartu refers to a historical and regional type of art from Urartu (Ararat), the ancient state of Western Asia which existed in the period from the 13th to the 6th centuries BC in the Armen...
Art of Urartu - Wikipedia
Isleham Hoard
0°24′40″E / 52.343°N 0.411°E / 52.343; 0.411The Isleham Hoard is a hoard of more than 6,500 pieces of worked and unworked bronze found in 1959, by William 'Bill' Houghton and ...
Migdale Hoard
4°19′37″W / 57.904°N 4.327°W / 57.904; -4.327The Migdale Hoard is a priceless collection of early Bronze Age jewellery discovered by workmen blasting a granite knoll behind Bo...
Gu (vessel)
A gu (Chinese: 觚; pinyin: gū) is type of ancient Chinese ritual bronze vessel from the Shang and Zhou dynasties. It was used to drink wine or to offer ritual libations.A gu is tall and slender, with a...
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Snettisham Hoard
0°30′31″E / 52.881977°N 0.508712°E / 52.881977; 0.508712The Snettisham Hoard or Snettisham Treasure is a series of discoveries of Iron Age precious metal, found in the Snettis...
Snettisham Hoard - Wikipedia