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English: Fragment of an epigraphic ornament. Earthenware with moulded decoration under turquoise glaze, Timurid art.
Français : Fragment de bordure épigraphique. Céramique siliceuse à décor moulé sous glaçure, art timouride.
Date first half of 15th century
First floor, room 18
Accession number Inv. 1969-334
Object history
English: From the Shah-i Zinda in Samarkand
Français : Provenance : Shah-i Zinde à Samarcande.
Credit line Excavated by Jacques de Morgan, late 19th century; on deposit from the Musée Guimet in Lyons, 1969
Source/Photographer Marie-Lan Nguyen ( User:Jastrow), 2009-02-28
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