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Sparky StTimexx • 1 year ago

A Bactrian copper cosmetic vessel, ca. late 3rd-early 2nd millennium b.c. In the form of a water bird, standing on large, flat webbed feet, the right slightly advanced, the long neck elegantly curved around the body with the head resting on its back, the eyes and the bill incised, the short tail feathers delineated, the vessel mouth on the body, with a flaring disk rim.

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