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Párna (Oglakti) - Hagyomány és múltidéző

Párna (Oglakti) - Hagyomány és múltidéző

Tál (Oglakti) - Hagyomány és múltidéző

Tál (Oglakti) - Hagyomány és múltidéző

The Anikovs plates, 8th - 10th Century AD

The Anikovs plates, - Century AD

The Anikovs plates, 8th - 10th Century AD

The Anikovs plates, - Century AD

Olajlámpás (Bizánc) - Hagyomány és múltidéző

Olajlámpás (Bizánc) - Hagyomány és múltidéző

Saddle Plaque Pazyryk Culture, 5th-4th century BC The Hermitage Museum

Saddle Plaque / Pazyryk Culture, century BC / The Hermitage Museum (this has a whiff of the feel of native american art)

Horn Spoons  Big horn sheep (Ovis canadensis) horns could be carved into spoons and ladles. The horns were immersed in boiling water, making them pliable and easier to work with. They could also be air dried, allowing the softer horn core to separate from the harder material on the exterior. Buffalo horns were also carved into spoons and ladles.  [From: Nez Perce National Historical Park]

Horn Spoons, From: Nez Perce National Historical Park.

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