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Ancient bronzes from Luristan. London: British Museum, (OCoLC) Online version: Moorey, P.R.S. (Peter Roger Stuart), Ancient bronzes from Luristan. London: British Museum, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: P R S Moorey. Frühe chinesische Bronzen aus der Sammlung Klingenberg von Staatliche Museen Zu Berlin - Preussischer Kulturbesitz und eine große Auswahl ähnlicher Bücher, .
Luristan, ancient Persia, c. – BC. A very large and impressive Luristan bronze cloak pin. The terminal in the form of a humped bull, with large circular eyes and wearing a collar. L: 9 1/8" ( cm). An attractive piece with nice olive green patina, earthen deposits. Ex Naomi Lindstrom collection, acquired during the 's's. Figürliche Bronzen Aus Mesopotamien Figürliche Bronzen aus Mesopotamien (Prähistorische Bronzefunde Abteilung 1, Menschen-und Tierfiguren 4), München CALMEYER, P.
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Luristan bronzes (rarely "Lorestān", "Lorestāni" etc. in sources in English) are small cast objects decorated bronzen aus luristan book bronze sculptures from the Early Iron Age which have been found in large numbers in Lorestān Province and Kermanshah in western Iran. They include a great number of ornaments, tools, weapons, horse-fittings and a smaller number of vessels including situlae, and those found in.
Bronzen aus Luristan. Eine Einführung zur Ausstellung der Sammlung Graeffe im Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum der Stadt Köln. Februar bis März by Heydrich, M. (Hrsg.): and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Hardcover of the Datierbare Bronzen aus Luristan und Kirmanshah by Peter Calmeyer at Barnes & Noble.
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[Peter Calmeyer] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library. Book. Datierbare Bronzen aus Luristan und Kirmanshah Details Author(s): Peter Calmeyer Edition: Originally published Publisher: De Gruyter Author: Peter Calmeyer.
When inProfessor Sidney Smith reported on a Luristan bronze in the British Museum such objects were comparatively rare. Since then, however, they have entered public and private collections in large numbers.
This group in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, is published by kind permission of the Syndics of the Museum. See G. Zahlhaas, Luristan, Antike Bronzen aus dem Iran, nr. From the J. Florquin collection, nr. 78 and P. Casters collection, nr. #P € 3. Luristan Bronzes the name conventionally given in archaeology to bronze objects (daggers, axes, pins, clothing ornaments, horse harnesses) executed in the Irano-Caucasian animal style and obtained primarily by the plundering of ancient burial grounds in Luristan, in western Iran.
Some scholars ascribe them to the second half of the second millennium B.C. Batierbare Brozen aus Luristan und Kirmanshah; Ancient bronzes from Luristan / P.
Moorey; Travels in Luristan and Arabistan / by the Baron C.A. DeBode; Sammlung baron Eduard von der Heydt, Wien; Ordos-bronzen, bronzen aus Luristan und dem Kaukasus, werke c Catalogue of the ancient Persian bronzes in the Ashmolean Museum, by P.
Moorey. Apart from the Iron Age Luristan bronzes, his book also included many objects from the Bronze Age date. Freya Stark, who traveled in Luristan, did not excavate any tombs with Luristan bronzes, but gathered some hearsay information (Stark,pp. Aurel Stein made the first serious attempt to survey and excavate in Luristan.
This book documents all pieces of the Iranian collection with large scale reproductions and detailed drawings, explaining their specific structure and use. Souri Ayazi is the director of the historic department and also responsible for the Luristan related division of the National Museum of Teheran.
Ordos-Bronzen, Bronzen aus Luristan und dem Kaukasas, Vienna, FETTICH (NANDOR) La trouvaille Scythe de Zöldhalompuszta [Archaeologia Hungarica], Budapest,plates, the second mentioned modern cloth, the last 2 publisher's wrappers, the others publisher's cloth, several with dust-jackets, 4to; and approximately 30 others, Scythian.
gemischte Zahlen-Sudoku gemischte 9x9 Sudoku mit Lösungen, Ausgabe 03 ( gemischte Sudoku, Band 3) buch von Thomas Schreier pdf. In tal van musea over de hele wereld zijn bronzen uit Luristan te vinden. Het zijn stuk voor stuk prachtige stukjes Iraans erfgoed, maar tegelijkertijd zijn ze ook nog steeds met allerlei raadsels.
Luristan Bronze, Luristan also spelled Lorestān, any of the horse trappings, utensils, weapons, jewelry, belt buckles, and ritual and votive objects of bronze probably dating from roughly – bce that have been excavated since the late s in the Harsin, Khorramābād, and Alishtar valleys of the Zagros Mountains in the Lorestān region of western Iran.
[ANCIENT CHINESE ART] HEYDT, Sammlung baron Eduard von der Heydt, Wien, Ordosbronzen, bronzen aus Luristan und dem Kaukasus, werke chinesischer kleinkunst aus verschiedenen perioden, bearbeitet von Viktor Griessmaier, CHENG, Archaeology in China, Volume Two: Shang China, WATSON, Handbook to the Collections of Early Chinese Antiquities, Luristan (or Lorestan) is a province of western Iran in the Zagros Mountains.
This area was populated by migrant tribes in the 3rd and 4th millennium BC. An ancient people known as the Kassites, who had no Semitic or Indo-European language, originated in Luristan. In the 2nd millennium BC, the region was invaded and settled by the Iranian Medes. Lorestan Province (also written Luristan, Lurestan, or Loristan, Persian: استان لرستان , Northern Luri: آستۊن لٛۏرسوݩ , Kurdish: پارێزگای لوڕستان ) is a province of western Iran in the Zagros population of Lorestan was estimated at 1, people in In it was placed in Region 4.
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LURISTAN BRONZES. CHRONOLOGY OF LURISTAN AS REPRESENTED IN COLLECTIONS. A few stray Luristan bronzes were acquired by European museums as early as the second half of the 19th century.
At that time, however, their origin was unknown and scholars attributed them to various regions and cultures in the Near East. Bruxelles: D. de Clercq-Fobé, Epingles votives du Luristan conservées aux Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire de Bruxelles, Téhéran, Calmeyer 1: Peter Calmeyer, Altiranische Bronzen der Samm-lung Bröckeischen, Berlin, Calmeyer 2: Peter Calmeyer, Datierbare Bronzen aus Luristan und Kirmanshah, Berlin, Luristan bronze ware comprises a wide range of categories: functional and cultic, ceremonial and ritual objects, personal decorations, ornaments, various vessels.
Prominent among Luristan bronze artefacts are pins, characteristic in their diversity, quantity and various decorations. This book documents all pieces of the Iranian collection with.The Book of Daniel (chaps.
) Datierbare Bronzen aus Luristan und Kirmanshah, Berlin,pp. ). The names of private individuals also appear on several of the Luristan bronzes, inscribed in cuneiform, in the Akkadian language, yet many of these inscriptions are in fact merely copied from older Babylonian oddments.