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Dish: The Goddess Anahita

400–600 CE
Overall: 4.6 x 21.6 cm (1 13/16 x 8 1/2 in.)
Weight: 523 g (1.15 lbs.)
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Anahita, the Zoroastrian goddess of water and fertility, was one of the last of the ancient tradition of Near Eastern nude mother goddesses.
Dish: The Goddess Anahita

Dish: The Goddess Anahita

400–600 CE

Iran, Sasanian Empire (224–651 CE)

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