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Photograph of statue of Hatra king holding a smaller statue

The statue of Hatra king holding a smaller statue. Hatra is an ancient city in the Mid-Mesopotamia, also known as al-Hadr. It was in the ancient Persian province of Khvarvaran in Iraq.

A PARTHIAN HORSE-SHAPED POTTERY VESSEL  CIRCA 3RD CENTURY A.D.

A Parthian Horse-shaped pottery vessel, circa Century AD

TWO PARTHIAN POTTERY ZOOMORPHIC VESSELS   CIRCA 3RD-1ST CENTURY B.C.   Including one in the form of a bull, with two upright horns and an arching hump on its neck; and one in the form of a ram, the horns curling  Longer: 11 1/8 in. (28.3 cm.) long

Two Parthian pottery zoomorphic vessesl, circa century B. Including one in the form of a bull, with two upright horns and an arching hump on its neck; and one in the form of a ram, the horns curling.

Sasanian Silver Forks, 6th-7th century CE. Two-pronged fork with stylized foliate cuff extending to a six-sided shaft with large double animal head terminal; and another similar with twisted shaft. 10¼ in. (26 cm.) and 8¼ in. (21 cm.) long respectively.

Two-pronged fork with stylized foliate cuff extending to a six-sided shaft with large double animal head terminal; and another similar with twisted shaft.

Tomb of An Jia, Shaanxi, China Sogdian dancers. Sogdians had direct contact with China while Rome did not. Also they appear to have been Zoroastrian

Tomb of An Jia, Shaanxi, China Sogdian dancers. Sogdians had direct contact with China while Rome did not. Also they appear to have been Zoroastrian

Early 7 c. Found at Antinoë, Egypt. 2 wool "riding coats", one blue, one red, and a yellowish linen shirt/kirtle. Textile Museum, Lyon, France

Early 7 c. Found at Antinoë, Egypt. 2 wool "riding coats", one blue, one red, and a yellowish linen shirt/kirtle. Textile Museum, Lyon, France

Man's brushed wool coat. Wool fabric applications, woven wool and linen and silk twill bands. H. 131 cm, l. 292 cm Antinoë, Egypt, mid-5th to first half of 7th century. MT 47554. © Lyon, Textile Museum

Man's brushed wool coat. Wool fabric applications, woven wool and linen and silk twill bands. H. 131 cm, l. 292 cm Antinoë, Egypt, mid-5th to first half of 7th century. MT 47554. © Lyon, Textile Museum

Back view of wool Merchant's coat, found at Antinoë.

Back view of wool Merchant's coat, found at Antinoë.

Persian-Style Riding Coat 443–637 (radiocarbon date, 95% probability) Plain weave in blue-green sheep’s wool and cashmere; applied borders in tablet weave of polychrome wool and undyed linen; patches of fabric in plain weave of undyed linen to reinforce armpits and hemline Dimensions: 47 1/4 x 99 3/16 in. (120 x 252 cm), including sleeves

Persian-style Riding Coat AD, the bizantines used a riding coat of persian origin known as scaramangion with front opening and mid-tight long, then it became longer for the emperors.