Algerian Camel, Antoine-Louis Barye, bronze, ca. 1865. The Walters
Animal detail from medieval illuminated manuscript - British Library Royal MS 12 F XIII - c 1230-14th century - f29v
Ivory chess piece India
Ritual vessel (zun or gui) in the shape of a rhinoceros; probably 1100-1050 BCE; China, Shandong province, Shang dynasty (1600-1050 BCE); bronze; Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, California. Traditionally, this animal-shaped bronze has been thought of as belonging to a type of wine vessel called a zun; this designation is supported by the inscription. The zun is a pouring vessel and with a spout, usually the head of the animal.
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