A Cilician Bowl Evidences Trade Relations Between Cilicia and Kievan Rus’

A Cilician Bowl Evidences Trade Relations Between Cilicia and Kievan Rus’

A 12th-13th-century Cilician bowl featuring distinctive Armenian symbols of eagles and lions, as well as an Armenian king, possibly, Levon, is today displayed at the State Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia. The bowl was originally discovered in the Russian Vilgort village in 1925. This bowl is only one of the plethora of Cilician artifacts unearthed. …

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