Esplora queste idee e molte altre!

Esplora argomenti correlati

Chess Piece, Bishop.  Object Name: Chess piece Date: 9th–12th century Geography: Iran, Nishapur Culture: Islamic Medium: Ivory; carved, painted Dimensions: H. 7/8 in. (2.3 cm) W. 7/8 in. (2.3 cm) Classification: Ivories and Bone Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1940 Accession Number: 40.170.149

Chess Piece, Bishop. Object Name: Chess piece Date: 9th–12th century Geography: Iran, Nishapur Culture: Islamic Medium: Ivory; carved, painted Dimensions: H. 7/8 in. (2.3 cm) W. 7/8 in. (2.3 cm) Classification: Ivories and Bone Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1940 Accession Number: 40.170.149

Chess Piece, Rook

Chess Piece, Rook

Chess piece, pawn    Object Name:      Chess piece, pawn  Date:      8th–11th century  Geography:      Iran, probably Nishapur  Medium:      Ivory

Chess piece, pawn Object Name: Chess piece, pawn Date: 8th–11th century Geography: Iran, probably Nishapur Medium: Ivory

Three 'King' chess pieces, Persia and Near East, 9th-12th century the tall ivory chess piece with hollow centre, the alabaster piece of stylised form with eight drill holes and old collection label to underside, the small ivory chess piece with characteristic carved edge

Three 'King' chess pieces, Persia and Near East, 9th-12th century the tall ivory chess piece with hollow centre, the alabaster piece of stylised form with eight drill holes and old collection label to underside, the small ivory chess piece with characteristic carved edge

Chess Piece in the Form of a Bishop with Two Attendants, 1150–1200. Scandinavian, probably Trondheim, Norway. Walrus ivory. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, G

Chess Piece in the Form of a Bishop with Two Attendants, 1150–1200. Scandinavian, probably Trondheim, Norway. Walrus ivory. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, G

Pion d'un jeu d'échecs en os, seconde moitié du XIe s., Pineuilh (Gironde), 2003.Comptant parmi les plus anciens exemplaires connus, cette p...

Pion d'un jeu d'échecs en os, seconde moitié du XIe s., Pineuilh (Gironde), 2003.Comptant parmi les plus anciens exemplaires connus, cette p...

Chess piece in the form of a Warder (Rook) or Pawn, 12th century, Scandinavian, Whale ivory.

Chess piece in the form of a Warder (Rook) or Pawn, 12th century, Scandinavian, Whale ivory.

Medieval Chess

Medieval Chess

Two Persian chess pieces made of bone, circa 11th century CE. Chess traveled via Silk Road from India to Persia; the Arab world and Europe, and from India to China.

Two Persian chess pieces made of bone, circa 11th century CE. Chess traveled via Silk Road from India to Persia; the Arab world and Europe, and from India to China.

Early Chess Pieces Reveal Origins of the Game|Sotheby's These two pieces are examples of the forms of the 'Bishop' and the 'Knight,' which exist in chess sets in 12th-century Persia. Stylised, abstract designs are characteristic of Muslim chess pieces, and these forms were later copied in Europe, or can be attributed to Muslim craftsmen working on European commissions. The two small protuberances on the Bishop would have originally been intended as elephant's tusks, whereas the Knight, a…

Early Chess Pieces Reveal Origins of the Game|Sotheby's These two pieces are examples of the forms of the 'Bishop' and the 'Knight,' which exist in chess sets in 12th-century Persia. Stylised, abstract designs are characteristic of Muslim chess pieces, and these forms were later copied in Europe, or can be attributed to Muslim craftsmen working on European commissions. The two small protuberances on the Bishop would have originally been intended as elephant's tusks, whereas the Knight, a…

Pinterest
Cerca