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"İnandık" Vase
"İnandık" Vase
$ 1.280,90
Hattusa, the capital city of the Hittite Empire (1800-1200 BC), is a matchless archaeological site on Earth as it is a center of a unique culture.
Being the capital of the Hittite Empire and developed in the field of art and architecture, Hattusa is located in the southeast of the Sungurlu District of Çorum. 5 layers of culture emerged after excavations in the region. Excavations revealed the remains of Hatti, Assyria, Hittite, Phrygian, Galatia, Roman and Byzantine periods in these layers.
Descriptions on the vase, is taken from the İnandık Vase that dates back to the ancient kingdom period of Hittites from 1600 BC. Various musicians and acrobat dancers playing at a sacred marriage ceremony are depicted on the friezes of the vase. Lute, cymbal and lyre are the instruments marked in the scenes.
Found in İnandıktepe, Çankırı, İnandık Vase is exhibited at Ankara Anatolian Civilizations Museum.
Hattusa, the capital of Hittite, was inscribed as a World Heritage in 1986 by UNESCO.
İnandık Vase is made of handmade green smoke glass. All designs on the vase are handcrafted using gold, platin and painted with aging technique.

  • Diameter : 36 cm
  • Height : 22 cm
  • 100% hand-made.
  • Product origin : Turkey
  • 100% hand-made.
Cleaning Instructions
It is recommended to use a dry cloth to clean it. It should not come into contact with a damp cloth or water
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