Éva Varga

Éva Varga

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In Ptuj (Pettau) at Zborn Breg (Zgornji Breg / Ober-Rann) Mithraeum III was discovered in 1913 between Roman villas which are situated between the Brunnwasser and the Pragerhoferstreet. The finds are preserved in the sanctuary.

In Ptuj (Pettau) at Zborn Breg (Zgornji Breg / Ober-Rann) Mithraeum III was discovered in 1913 between Roman villas which are situated between the Brunnwasser and the Pragerhoferstreet. The finds are preserved in the sanctuary.

ANCIENT IRAN: SASANIAN DYNASTY (224-651 CE)

ANCIENT IRAN: SASANIAN DYNASTY (224-651 CE)

Silver Gilt Plate with Sassanid King defeating a Catafract, Azerbaijan Museum…

Silver Gilt Plate with Sassanid King defeating a Catafract, Azerbaijan Museum…

Bowl from the, Persian Achaemenid Empire, ca. 500 -330 BCE

Bowl from the, Persian Achaemenid Empire, ca. 500 -330 BCE

پارچ عهد ساسانیان  Sassanian Silver Gilded Vessels  Depicting Dancer women

پارچ عهد ساسانیان Sassanian Silver Gilded Vessels Depicting Dancer women

Ancient Near Eastern Art | Vase | F1966.1

Ancient Near Eastern Art | Vase | F1966.1

6-7th c. silver Zorastrian-Sasanian Hunt Pitcher (5 1/4 x 3 1/2 in.) - Cleveland Museum of Art 1961.200

6-7th c. silver Zorastrian-Sasanian Hunt Pitcher (5 1/4 x 3 1/2 in.) - Cleveland Museum of Art 1961.200

A Sasanian parcel gilt silver dish   Circa 7th-8th Century A.D.  Of shallow rounded form with sloping sides, set on a low ring base, the interior worked in shallow relief to show a figure standing within a crescent, set above a wheeled covered platform, an archer standing beneath the arched canopy, a pair of winged zebu's harnessed to the platform pulling it in opposite directions, one zebu from each pair looking backwards, a winged cherub on either side of the crescent, 9¼in (23.6cm) diam

A Sasanian parcel gilt silver dish Circa 7th-8th Century A.D. Of shallow rounded form with sloping sides, set on a low ring base, the interior worked in shallow relief to show a figure standing within a crescent, set above a wheeled covered platform, an archer standing beneath the arched canopy, a pair of winged zebu's harnessed to the platform pulling it in opposite directions, one zebu from each pair looking backwards, a winged cherub on either side of the crescent, 9¼in (23.6cm) diam

Silver dish  Sasanian, 3rd century AD  The Triumph of Dionysos

Silver dish Sasanian, 3rd century AD The Triumph of Dionysos

Large Shallow Silver Dish. Iran, Sasanian period (circa A.D. 225-650). | LACMA

Large Shallow Silver Dish. Iran, Sasanian period (circa A.D. 225-650). | LACMA