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English: Floor pavement representing female dancers. Marble mosaic, ca. 260 AD (Sasanian Era). From the iwan of the so-called palace of Shapur at Bishapur, Iran.
Français : Panneau de recouvrement de sol représentant des danseuses. Mosaïque de marbre, vers 260 ap. J.-C. (ère sassanide). Provenance : iwan du « palais de Shapur » à Bishapur, Iran.
Department of Near Eastern antiquities, Suly, ground floor, room 16
Accession number AO 26170
Credit line Excavated by Roman Ghirshman, ca. 1939–1941
Source/Photographer Unknown


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