Ancient Persian "Amlash" reddish pottery hand-molded vessel of austere form. The most conspicuously distinctive features in this vessel is the spout shaped like bird-beak and the little protrusion at the lower front representing the legs!
Ancient Persia, Amlash culture, 10th - 9th Centuries BC
The broad heavy triangular-shaped blade bronze dirk with crescentic pommel with three midribs, the cylindrical grip with three pairs of encircling ribs, with rectangular guard, the triangular blade with shallow midrib
An Elamite clay figure of the goddess Astarte, depicted nude with her hands cupped beneath her breasts and with elaborate coiffure, wearing bracelets, earrings and a necklace with pendant hanging between her breasts
Dated from, Middle Elamite period, 1350 BC
Ishtar (Akkadian), Astarte (Phoenician), or Inanna (Sumerian) was the most impor ...click for details