glyptic art

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carvings or engravings (especially on precious stones)

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30:5; Judith A Lerner, "The Sacrifice of Isaac Revisited: Additional Observations on a Theme in Sasanian Glyptic Art," in Facts and Artefacts: Art in the Ancient World: Festschrift for Jens Kroger on his 65th Birthday, ed.
The evidence available in the various regions includes remains of actual vehicles or parts thereof, models of vehicles or wheels, and artistic representations in glyptic art, relief sculpture, painting (on ceramic vessels, or walls), and rock art.
These resemble neither the female images in two-dimensional narrative art nor the images of female deities and supernatural creatures known mainly from glyptic art.
1-20) the author summarizes studies relating to the role played by glyptic art in economic administration.
One might have expected, for example, some connection to have been made between magic practices and shamanic-type journeys, for which we have evidence in Sasanian literature and epigraphy, but it is clear from this book that there is very little to support such an association in the glyptic art (pp.