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Silk and Spice Roads School Program (selected resources)

Camel, approx. 690–750. China

Camel, approx. 690–750. China, Shaanxi or Henan province. Tang dynasty (618–906). Glazed earthenware. The Avery Brundage Collection, B60S95.

Ceremonial bowl with Zoroastrian themes

Ceremonial bowl with Zoroastrian themes, approx. 1875. Iran. Silver alloy with zinc and copper. Acquisition made possible by the Zarthosti Anjuman of Northern California, Rati Forbes, Betty N. Alberts, and members of the board of the Society for Asian Art in honor of Past President Nazneen Spliedt, 2009.25.

Camel, approx. 690–750. China
Ceremonial bowl with Zoroastrian themes

This collection of resources explores movement of goods, people, and ideas along the Silk Roads. Activities support the Silk and Spice Roads school tour at the Asian Art Museum.

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