Boot-shaped bowl

Qavril İone, 1949XIII-IX centuries B.C

National History Museum of Azerbaijan

National History Museum of Azerbaijan
Baku, Azerbaijan

The fact that those, which give full idea about the boot types used by Azerbaijani people in the late Bronze - Early Iron Age, were mostly found in graves indicates that people used to believe in afterlife. The bowl representing Khojali-Gadabay culture is like a gray boot. The bowl with a handle on the right side was used as a goblet in everyday life. The dotted ornaments on it were enchased with white paste.


  • Title: Boot-shaped bowl
  • Creator: Qavril İone, 1949
  • Date Created: XIII-IX centuries B.C
  • Location: Azerbaijan, Mingechaur
  • Medium: Gob -13 cm; grip length-4 cm; height-22 cm; length-16 cm. Formation, embroidery, cooking, making inlay. Ceramics

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