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Fragment of a Bowl

Object Name:
Fragment of a bowl
Date:
12th–13th century
Geography:
Syria, Raqqa
Culture:
Islamic
Medium:
Stonepaste; painted on opaque white ground under transparent glaze
Dimensions:
Max. H. 2 1/4 in. (5.7 cm) Max. Diam. 4 15/16 in. (12.5 cm)
Classification:
Ceramics
Credit Line:
Rogers Fund, 1910
Accession Number:
10.44.8
Not on view
Marking: Sticker on exterior: Pur. R./ 957/#6
[ Folsom Galleries, New York, until 1910; sold to MMA]
Bornstein, Christine Verzar. "The Crusades and the Mediterranean Context." In The Meeting of Two Worlds. Ann Arbor, 1981. no. 11, p. 33, ill. (b/w).

Jenkins-Madina, Marilyn. "Ceramics of Ayyubid Syria." In Raqqa Revisited. New York; New Haven: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2006. p. 222, ill. MMA 10.44.8, (color); listed under Polychrome.



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