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Foreigners in the Tang Dynasty Tombs of China Treasures from the Silk Road in private and museum collections.
Free Standing Camel with Western Asiatic Rider. Painted pottery Height 32 ½ inches 82.5 cm.
Sogdian Rider with Hunting Owl Painted Pottery Height 39 inches 99.1 cm
Western Asiatic Woman Suckling Child on Kneeling Camel Painted Grey Earthenware. Height 41 cm.
Foreign Groom, son and Monkey on Camel. The riders come in three detachable sections. Grey Pottery. Height 34”
Camel, Rider and Central Asian Groom Painted Gray Pottery Total height 28 ½ in. 72.4 cm
Sogdian Merchant, son and pets on Camel Grey Pottery. Free standing camel with rider, child at back and animals on separate saddle. Length 41 inches 104 cm.
Foreigner on Camel Painted Earthenware Height 28 ¼ inches 71.7 cm.
SOGDIAN MERCHANT Grey painted Clay Height 106 cm
Wuren Sogdian Merchant Grey Painted Pottery Height 69cm
Phrygian on Camel Sancai Glazed Pottery. Height 29 ½ inches 75 cm.
Foreigner on Camel Sancai Glazed Buff Pottery Height 29 ½ inches 75 cm.
Foreigner on Resting Camel Painted Grey Pottery Length 20 inches 50.8 cm. 2 sections.
Sui Dynasty Camel and Foreign Groom Straw Glazed Pottery Height of Camel 17 ½ inches, 44 cm.
Foreign Hunter on Horse Painted Pottery Height 15 ¾ inches 40 cm.
Turkish Rider on Horse Painted Pottery Height 13 3/8 inches 34 cm.
Turkish Rider on Horse Painted Pottery Height 14 1/8 inches 35.9 cm
Mongolian Rider on Horse Sancai Glazed Pottery Height 17 inches 43 cm.
Turko-Mongolian Rider Sancai Glazed Pottery Height 17 in 43.2 cm
Foreigner on Horse Sancai glazed with painted face. Height 15 ¼ inches 38.7 cm. Length 14 inches 35.6 cm.
Foreign Hunter on Horse with Tiger Painted Pottery Height 13 1/8 inches 33.3 cm
Easy Asiatic Rider on Horse Glazed white earthenware. Height 27.5 cm
Semitic Merchant1 Height 10 3/8 inches
Semitic Merchant 2 Buff Painted Pottery Height 12 5/8 inches
Central Asian Merchant Northern Qi Painted Pottery Height 13 3/8 inches 34 cm.
Mongolian Figure Grey Pottery Height 17 3/8 inches
Northern Wei Foreign Soldier Painted Gray Pottery Height 14 3/8 inches 36.5 cm.
Northern Wei Foreign Soldier Painted Pottery Height 17 inches 43 cm.
Cloaked Warrior QI Dynasty Pottery Height 22 3/8 inches 56.8 cm.
Kunlun Dancer Painted Pottery figure of black boy either Graeco-Roman or Indo-Chinese. Described as South East Asian Height 10 5/8 inches 27 cm.
Foreign Groom Painted Grey Earthenware Height 41.9 cm
Foreign Groom Painted Pottery Height 25 ½ inches 64.8 cm.
Foreign Groom Sancai Glazed Pottery Height 22 inches 55.9 cm
Western Asiatic Groom Painted Grey Earthenware Height 42.2 cm
Foreign Groom Pottery Height 19 1/8 inches 48.6 cm
Armenian Groom Painter Gray Pottery Height 15 ½ inches 39.4 cm.
Central Asian Attendant Northern Qi Painted pottery Height 7 7/8 inches 20 cm.
West Asiatic Attendants Sancai Glazed on buff earthenware Height 10 3/8 in. 27 cm
Foreigner with Wineskin Sancai Glazed Pottery. Height 14 ¼ inches. 36 cm.
Persian Entertainer Painted Pottery Height 9 5/8 inches 24.5 cm
Crouching Foreign Dwarf Painted grey pottery in three sections. Height 20 1/8 inches 51.1 cm.
Dwarfs Painted white pottery Height 5 ½ and 5 ¼ inches 13.5 and 13 cm.
Foreign Dwarf Green Glaze on pottery. Height 7 ½ inches 18.5 cm.
Lokopala Sancai Glazed Pottery Height 42 ½ inches 107.95 cm
LOKOPALAS Painted Pottery Height 39.5 and 39 in. 100.3 and 99.1 cm I Guardian atop lion headed demon, the other over a boar’s head.
Massive Guardian Pair Painted red pottery Height 57 inches 1.45 meters (sic)
Guardian King Lokopala Sancai Glazed pottery Standing on demon. Height 52 1/8 inches 132.5 cms.
LOKOPALA Painted Pottery standing on recumbent deer. Height 40 1/2 inches 103 cm.
LOKAPALA Painted Gray Pottery Height 36 inches 91.5 cm.
LOKAPALA Painted Pottery astride 2 small demons. Height 24 inches 61 cms.
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