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Light aquamarine glass rhyton. Syria - Palestine. Roman. Late 1st century to 1st half of 2nd century A.D. | Los Angeles County Museum of Art

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A MAMLUK ENAMELLED AND GILDED DEEP BLUE GLASS BOTTLE Egypt or Syria, late 13th Century The body resting on a spreading conical foot rising through a shallow conical base to a sharper angle before the shallow slowly curving shoulder, the tall tubular neck slightly tapering up to the spreading collar, then widening at the mouth, decorated with a band of scrolling gold motifs around a white naskh inscription divided by three roundels containing turquoise lions...

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View from Gilo Neighborhood - Jerusalem Israel toward Bethlehem and Beit Jala - Find the latest Israel cartoons and the latest news on Israel and the Middle East at http://www.israelnewsreport.net/view-from-gilo-neighborhood-jerusalem-israel-toward-bethlehem-and-beit-jala/

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Gravestone for "Zosime, daughter of Herakleon", from Syria, late 1st century B.C. The hands on the stele symbolize her relatives' vow to avenge her death which was apparently not a natural one.

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Bedouin silver plated amulet necklace and two pendants | Silver plated metal, silver, glass beads and gemstones | 19th / 20th century | 700€

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MOSQUE LAMP SYRIA, LATE XIXth CENTURY Openwork copper and enamelled in blue, pink and lime green, with flared neck, fitted with chains hanging beaded decor, complete Height: 28.5 cm. (11 ½ in).

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TWO OTTOMAN BLUE AND WHITE TILES, TURKEY OR SYRIA, LATE 16TH CENTURY each of rectangular form, decorated in cobalt blue, with issuing sprays of saz leaves, tulips, carnations and rosettes

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A fine Mamluk gold- and silver-inlaid cast brass bowl with inscription, Egypt or Syria, late 13th or early 14th century Estimated $ 400,000-500,000. Photo: Courtesy Sotheby's

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