Liu, Robert K.
September 2001
Ornament;Autumn2001, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p24
Focuses on the reopened Persian Department of the Oriental Institute Museum after a major renovation. Features of the museum; Description of the earliest beads displayed in the museum; Presentation of personal ornaments from persepolis and molded objects of Egyptian Blue.


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