Pottery Through the Ages
Egypt & Mesopotamia - Greece, Rome & Byzantium - China & the Far East - Persia & the Middle East - Turkey & the Near East - Spain & Portugal - Italy - Germany & the Austrian Empire - France & Belgium - Dutch - Scandinavian - English.
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Egypt and Mesopotamia
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