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The Treasure of the Oxus, with other objects from ancient Persia and India, (London, 1905). This is a study of a series of 170 gold and silver ornaments dating from the Achaemenid period in Persian history (7-4th centuries B. C.) found near the Oxus River. O. M. Dalton describes the material and compares it with similar material from other areas in the Iranian culture-world through the Sasanian period (3rd-7th centuries A.D.). The Treasure of the Oxus includes: A. The Treasure of the Oxus. 1. Objects in the round; 2. Vessels; 3. Embossed objects; 4. Gold plaques with figures punched in outline; 5. Rings and engraved gems; 6. Armlets and torques; 7. Miscellaneous small objects; B. Other Objects from Ancient Persia and India. 1. Silver vessels from Armenia; 2. Silver vessels of the Sassanian period; 3. Miscellaneous objects. Includes plates, illustrations, and a map in 219 pdf pages. File Size: 7.5 MB.
A Guide to the Early Christian and Byzantine Antiquities at the British Museum, (London, 1903), with 15 plates and 84 illustrations, in 149 pdf pages. File size: 4.1 MB.