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You may watch at below listed material cultural examples from section of  Photos related to article at the bottom of the page according to serial number:

1. Lattice dagger (IX-VIII centuries BC) bracelets, ( VII-V BC) . Bronze
2. Plate from grey clay (X century BC) 
3. Bracelets. Bronze ( II -I  centuries BC)
4. Bowl with white incrustation (mother-pearl on another material, bone, valuable stone decoration  etc (IX-VIII century BC)
5. Plate from grey clay (IX-VIII century BC) 
6. Little figure from grey clay ( IX century BC)
7. The model of the home from grey clay ( IX-VII century BC) on the wheel. 
8. Apparatus from black clay. (For burning the fragrant matters) (X-IX century BC)
9. Long-necked boots prepared from the grey clay with/by white incrustation.
10. Apparatus from the grey clay. (For burning the fragrant matters) (X-IX century BC) and tips of the arrows ( X-IX century BC). 
11. Plate from grey clay ( X-IX centuries BC) 
12. Plate with the shining top from the grey clay (X-IX century BC) 
13. Jug with white incrustation from the grey clay ( X-IX century BC)
14. Plate with shining top prepared from the grey clay ( V-III century BC) 
15. Plate from the grey clay ( IX century BC)
16. Bronze plate ( IX century BC). 
17. Plate from the grey clay ( VII-V centuries BC)
18. Pindaters from grey clay  ( IX-VIII centuries BC))
19. Plate from grey clay with shining top  ( V-III centuries BC)
20. Plate from grey clay ( V-III centuries)
21. Plate from black clay (X-IX centuries BC)
22. Device from red clay  (for burning of fragrant items (X-IX  centuries BC)
23. Plate from grey clay (V-III centuries BC) 
24. Plates from grey and black clay (X-IX centuries BC) 
25. Plate from grey clay ( X-IX centuries BC) 
26. Plate from red clay (II-I centuries) 
27. Yellowish pink faience plate (II-I centuries BC)
28. Plate from red clay ( VII-V centuries BC) 
29. Long jar from the red clay ( II-I centuries BC) 
30. Yellowish pink faience plate ( II-I centuries BC)
31. Vase from the red clay ( II-I centuries BC) 
32. Glass (II century)
33. Glass plate (II-III century)
34. Glass bottle (III-IV centuries)
35. Glass groom (I century)
36. The neck of the long jar from the red clay ( II -I centuries) 
37. Hand groom from red clay ( II -I centuries BC), red-pink burn plate (II-I centuries BC) 
38. Red and yellow faience plate ( II-I centuries BC) 
39. Candle keeper from red clay with Albanian writings (V-VI centuries)
40. Riton from the red clay (II-I centuries) 
41. Woman statue from terracotta ( II  -I centuries BC) 
42. Silvery plate with description of partridge (III-VIII centuries), silvery plate (III century)
43. Glass plate (III century) with description of one-horned from grey clay (V-III centuries BC)
44. Astrolabe (for measuring angle) from the red clay enameled with green enamel. (XV century)
45. Plate with Anqob writing (IX-X centuries)
46. Multicoloured anqob plate which have  been patterned and long jar (IX-X centuries)
47. Multicoloured wall patterned ornamental plate ( XII_-XIII centuries)
48. Multicoloured wall patterned ornamental plate (XII- XIII centuries)
49. Part of enameled plate (XII-XIII centuries)
50. White non-transparent faience plate (XII-XIII centuries)
51. White non-transparent faience plate (XII-XIII centuries)
52. Part of the patterned plate
53. Enameled plate and lamp (XII-XIII centuries)
54. Green color plate (XII-XIII centuries)
55. Plate form from the clay
56. Punch ornamented plate made from the clay
57. Blue color long jar 
58. Blue faience long jar
59. Blue enameled long jar 
60. Patterned clay plate
61. Plate cut from copper
62. Figure made from the bronze(XII-XIII centuries)
63. Enameled copper long jar (XV-XVI centuries)
64. Part (XII century) of the given juice plate
65. Bronze lamp (XII-XIII centuries)
66. Given juice long jar (XII century)
67. Part of the enameled ornamental plate (XII-XIII centuries)
68. Enameled plate (XII-XIII centuries)
69. Part of the enameled plate (XII century)
70. Ornamented punch long jar (XII-XIII centuries)
71. Simple ceramics, XI-XII century (II Bandovan)
72. Potter stove during excavation  (I Bandovan)
73. Skin-diver with long jar
74. In the shores of the Caspian Sea
75. Part of the plate  with plant, geographical ornaments and bird illustrated bowl  (XII-XIII century) (I Bandovan)
76. Part of the plate with plant and geographical carved ornaments XII-XIII century (I Bandovan)
77. Water container with bird and animal picture  XII-XIII century (I Bandovan)
78. Part of the water container with bird description. XII-XIII century (I Bandovan)
79. Water ceramics with animal picture. XII-XIII century (I Bandovan)
80. Part of the water container with cheetah picture .XII-XIII century (I Bandovan)
81. Animal Shakily part of the water container described, XII-XIII century (I Bandovan)
82. Part of the plate with animal picture. XII-XIII century (I Bandovan)
83. Tail style butu, part of the plate with animal illustration. XII century. (I Bandovan)
84. Water container with animal description , XII-XIII century (Bandovan)
85. Part of the water ceramics with epigraphy XI- XII centuries (I Bandovan)
86. Part of the water ceramics  with  patterns, XII-XIII century (I Bandavan)
87. Water container and part of plate XII-XIII century (I Bandovan)
88. Pad from water ceramics,  XII- XIII century (I Bandovan)
89. Station (Mr. Shoulan) in the South shores of the Absheron
90. Seladon plate, XIII-XIV centuries
91. Underwater caves
92. Bronze tinkler and chain
93. Part of ceramic water container with Persian written letters (I Bandovan)  
94. Part of ceramic water container with Persian written letters, XII-XIII century (I Bandovan)
95. Part of ceramic water container with Persian written letters  (XIII-XIV centuries) 
96. Part of ceramic water container with Persian written letters,  XII-XIII century (I Bandovan)
97. The new ship stove has been found
98. Ceramic lamp, XII-XIII century (I Bandovan)
99. Ceramic lamps XII-XIII century (I Bandovan)
100. New finding
101. Nose ceramic long jar, XII-XIII century (I Bandovan)
102. New finding of the day
103. Ceramic  patterned plate, XII-XIII centuries. (I Bandovan)
104. Ornamented ceramic glued lid, XII century (I Bandovan)
105. Ceramic enameled lid, XII-XIII century (I Bandovan)
106. Chinese faience found in the Bilge region  (previous Bilbi at the Middle Ages), XVI-XVIII centuries.”
107. Bronze coloured golden plate, XVI century (Bilge)
108. New underwater finding
109. Saddle illustrated iron bronze sword of Talysh-Mughan culture, VIII-VII centuries BC



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