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Bamiyan ware" bowl,

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Bamiyan ware" bowl, Ghaznavid period (977–1186), 11th–12th century
Central Asia
Earthenware; slip-covered, incised and polychrome decorated under a transparent glaze

Bamiyan ware" bowl,

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Pottery decorated with incised designs and splashed colored glazes was popular in most areas of the Islamic world. This plate belongs to a group of ceramics reportedly found at the site of Shahr-i Ghulghula at Bamiyan in Afghanistan. While these works are usually described as "Bamiyan," there is no archaeological evidence that they were produced there.

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Dimensions 14 CM D
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