El Antioquía "Cáliz", hace entre 500-550. Cuando se descubrió originalmente en el siglo 20, se hizo famoso como el "Santo Grial." Los eruditos han puesto la identificó como una lámpara de pie usado en una iglesia.

The Antioch "Chalice", AD. Scholars now identify the work as a standing lamp. The shape of the elaborate vine scroll shell encasing the cup is typical of lamps popular in churches of the

Anatolia and the Caucasus, 500–1000 A.D. | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The "Antioch Chalice," first half of century, Byzantine, Silver, silver-gilt (The Metropolitan Museum of Art) - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium

Gold Chalice, Europe 5th-10th century. -- Add more silver, replace the bowl with bone and you have Avery's Chalice.

t Gold Chalice, Europe century.

Chalice of Emperor Romanos II, c.960 (sardonyx, silver gilt, cloisonne enamel & pearl)

Chalice of Emperor Romanos II, (sardonyx, silver gilt, cloisonne enamel & pearl). ♣ Romanos / Romanus II (Ρωμανός) – 15 March was a Byzantine Emperor. He succeeded his father Constantine VII in 959 at the age of twenty-one and died suddenly in

The Holy Grail

The Attarouthi Treasure - Chalice -- Late Centuries -- Syrian -- -- Silver & gilded silver -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Art Object | The Metropolitan Museum Mobile

Standing cup Jean-Valentin Morel (French, Circa - Rock crystal, silver gilt, enamel, pearls - in cm)

At the Metropolitan Museum of Art, through July 8...The Attarouthi Treasure - Chalice, late6th, early 7th Century, part of the Byzantium exhibit...don't miss it

The Attarouthi Treasure - Chalice Date: late century Geography: Made in Attarouthi, Syria Culture: Byzantine Medium: Silver and gilded silver

The Attarouthi Treasure - Chalice Date: 500–650 Geography: Made in Attarouthi, Syria Culture: Byzantine Medium: Silver and gilded silver Dimensions: Overall: 9 7/16 × 6 11/16 in., 12.6oz. (23.9 × 17 cm, 356g) Diam. of foot: 3 3/4 in. (9.5 cm) Diam. of knop: 1 5/8 in. (4.2 cm) Capacity of cup: 2100 ml Classification: Metalwork-Silver

The Attarouthi Treasure - Chalice via Medieval Art Medium: Silver and gilded silver Purchase, Rogers Fund and Henry J. Heinz Foundation, Norbert Schimmel, and Lila Acheson Wallace Gifts,.

Chalice

Chalice

Chalice.  Property of: Veckholm parish, Uppland. Period: 13th century. Made in: Probably Westphalia or Saxony. Material: Silver gilt and precious stones.

Property of: Veckholm parish, Uppland. Made in: Probably Westphalia or Saxony. Material: Silver gilt and precious stones.

Chalice.  Property of: Norrsunda parish, Uppland. Period: Probably late medieval, partly reworked. Made in: Foreign work, but reworked by Mickeel Beck (Böck) of Stockholm. Material: Silver gilt.

Property of: Norrsunda parish, Uppland. Period: Probably late medieval, partly reworked. Made in: Foreign work, but reworked by Mickeel Beck (Böck) of Stockholm.

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