Sasanian-influenced flask, dating back to the 11th century CE. Sasanian glass of Persia and Mesopotamia was the key model for glass manufacture in later periods, especially during the Abbasid era. Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA.  
Photo by Babylon Chronicle

Sasanian-influenced flask, dating back to the 11th century CE. Sasanian glass of Persia and Mesopotamia was the key model for glass manufacture in later periods, especially during the Abbasid era. Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA.  

Photo by Babylon Chronicle

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