Urartu Decorated Quiver

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Mark Cartwright
by EvgenyGenkin
published on 09 February 2018
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A bronze quiver of the Urartu civilization (9th-6th century BCE) from Teishebaini (Kamir-Blur, Armenia). It is inscribed with the name of King Sarduri II (r. c. 760-743 BCE). (Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg)

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