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Luristan bronze maces head, 1000 B.C. Iran. Private collection

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Luristan bronze quiver, 10th-8th century B.C. Iran, narrow convex rectangular shape, slightly tapering towards the end, with holes along the edges for stitching to the leather container now missing, decorated in repoussé and incision, divided into five registers representing at the top a deity in a winged and tailed ring flanked by two adorants, three female figures below, two bearded men facing each other and in the bottom panel a hero battling lion or leopard, 60 cm long. Private…

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Luristan bronze axe head, 2nd-1st millenium B.C. Luristan bronze shaft hole axe head with rounded lunate blade, an eye in the middle, 11.1 cm long. Private collection

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Luristan bronze quiver, 10th-8th century B.C. Decorated in repoussé and incision, detail of register representing two bearded men facing each other. This style is probably from a provincial workshop that copy Assyrian model with Achaemenid influence. Private collection

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Luristan bronze quiver, 10th-8th century B.C. Decorated in repoussé and incision, detail of register representing three female figures. As in first register the two beardless figures wear unusual garments and are shown in mirror image, it would normally be expected that they both raise their right hands, the same is true for these. Private collection

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Luristan bronze quiver, 10th-8th century B.C. Decorated in repoussé and incision, detail of register representing a deity in a winged and tailed ring flanked by two adorants. Although it is crudely derived from Neo-Assyrian art the details are generally different, the divine figure in the winged disk wears an unusual headdress. Private collection

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Luristan bronze axe head, 2nd-1st millenium B.C. Luristan Bactrian bronze shaft hole axe head with rounded lunate blade, an eye in the middle, 11.2 cm long. Private collection

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Luristan bronze axe head, 2nd-1st millenium B.C. Luristan Bactrian bronze shaft hole axe head with rounded lunate blade, an eye in the middle, 11.2 cm long. Private collection

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Bronze quiver, Iran, 10th-8th century B.C. Luristan bronze quiver fragment, Iran, with Hero with head and feet turned back that hold a lion or a leopard from back legs with hand and with other macehead, holes along border, 7.2 cm large. Private collection

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Luristan bronze axe head, 2nd-1st millenium B.C. Luristan bronze shaft hole axe head with rounded lunate blade, an eye in the middle, 10.6 cm long. Private collection

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