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This exceptional goblet is reproduced from the silver goblet made in chasing, found at the excavations of Karashamb and dated from the 22nd – 21st centuries BC. The earliest Indo-European mythical subject-matter is presented in six multi-figured friezes of sculptural reliefs, comprising a narrative entity. The skillful master managed to present the legend with all its details and exceptional mastery in proportional, expressive and vivid images on the goblet, which is only 13 cm in height. The goblet shows the detailed images of 25 human beings, 36 animals and over 60 different objects, which are 30 mm high on the average. The vessel conveys important information on the material and spiritual culture and the social hierarchy in the society of that period.
|Dimensions||8 × 10.5 cm|
bronze alloy, silver-plated
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