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Anatolian Seljuk Griffin 13th Century

Anatolian Seljuk Griffin 13th Century

An old engraved stone from the Anatolian Seljuk period, specifically from the 13th century. The stone showcases a depiction of a griffin, a mythical creature that combines the features of a lion and an eagle. This engraving highlights the artistic and cultural significance of the era. The stone itself appears weathered and aged, indicating its historical value and the passage of time. The engraving on the stone reveals intricate details of the griffin's form and characteristics. The body of the griffin is typically depicted as part lion, symbolizing strength, courage, and kingship, while its upper portion resembles an eagle, representing keen vision, swiftness, and freedom. The stone is isolated against a black background, which allows the viewer to focus solely on the engraved griffin. The contrast between the dark background and the lighter tone of the stone accentuates the details and emphasizes the significance of the engraving.

Image ID#: 12021 / Category: Arts, Architecture / Price: 499$
Anatolian Seljuk Griffin 13th Century
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