2 edition of Karakalpakskiĭ roman found in the catalog.
At head of title: Akademii︠a︡ nauk Uzbekskoĭ SSR. Karakalpakskiĭ filial.Institut istorii, i︠a︡zyka i literatury im. N. Davkaraeva.Bibliography: p. 124-
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Studies of early food production F. Schaeder, OLZ 41, 1938, pp. ; idem apud Farkas, op. First Progress Report and Second Progress Report, Royal Ontario Museum Occasional Paper XVII and XXVI, Toronto, 1969 and 1974. Illustrations to ART IN IRAN i. Nevertheless, the basic stylistic observations made by R. ; idem, Iran 18, 1980, pp. Each stele shows a standing man in undecorated Parthian dress.
The graceful curve of the long waisted bodies, the sensuous faces and delicate hand gestures of the images from Fondukistan perpetuate the mannered elegance of the Gupta art of India in this northerly outpost of Indian culture. Another set of molded bricks representing a male and Karakalpakskiĭ roman female figure, according to the inscription, King Kutir Nahhunte and presumably his consort, was reconstructed by P.
Part of a life size bronze foot clad in a soft shoe is probably all that remains of the cult statue E. Sustained by the transcontinental traffic and inspired by the cultures of Buddhist India, pre-Islamic Iran, the Greco Roman West and early Karakalpakskiĭ roman China, the sedentary civilizations of Central Asia underwent a period of rapid development from the first century A.
In view of the close similarity in the postures of the two figures, seated close to the earth, it seems likely that the figure on the silver vase also represents a deity concerned with the plants that grow from the earth.
47 which are found from Asia to Europe and which survived as a popular type of ritual or magical object in various contexts of later periods, but to such representations as kneeling female votaries in alabaster of about 3000 B. Only in recent years has L. From about 4500 to 3500 B.
While in Greece and especially in Achaemenian Anatolia artistic space, syntaxis of forms, Karakalpakskiĭ roman realism developed rapidly, at Susa, Babylon, Ecbatana, and Persepolis the masons and sculptors repeated the topics and forms of the classic phases: Darius C and Xerxes. They are usually sited at the rim of a plain, overlooking and protecting its villages and major settlements as well as the course of a river and the road running parallel to it.
The interpretation of these reliefs has been undertaken by E.
From the second quarter of the third millennium B. 159ff; idem, The Persian Empire, ed. Mellink, Iranica Antiqua 6, 1966, pp. Calmeyer, AMI 14, 1981, pp. Thus the type did not change from the bowl of the late second millennium B.
This is also true for the historical periods.
de Cardi, Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, New York, 1970, fig.
276 and the numerous seals from Susa of this type Amiet, Glyptique susienne II, pls.