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Title: Plate with youths and winged horses
Date: ca. 5th–6th century CE
Medium: Silver, mercury gilding
Dimensions: H. 5.2 x Diam. 21 cm, 572g (2 1/16 x 8 1/4 in.)
Credit Line: Fletcher Fund, 1963
Accession Number: 63.152
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"Wealth of the Roman World. Gold and Silver AD 300-700." The British Museum, London, April 1, 1977–October 1, 1977.
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“The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Selections from the Collection of the Ancient Near East Department,” MOA Museum of Art, Atami, Japan, The Aiche Prefectural Art Gallery, Nagoya, Japan, The Seibu Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan, 1983.
“Les Perses Sassanides: Fastes D’Un Empire Oublié, 224-642,” Musée Cernuschi, Paris, September 15, 2006–December 30, 2006.
“Glass, Gilding, and Grand Design: Art of Sasanian Iran (224-642),” Asia Society, New York, February 14, 2007–May 20, 2007.
"Persia: Ancient Iran and the Classical World." The Getty Villa, Los Angeles, April 6, 2022–August 8, 2022.
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