Golden cup of Hasanlu
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|Size||height:21 cm diameter:21 cm|
|Created||civilization before Medes|
|Discovered||Teppeh Hasanlu, Iran by Robert Dison|
|Present location||National Museum of Iran|
Golden cup of Hasanlu is one of the valued document which was discovered in 1957, during Robert Dison excavation in Teppeh Hasanlu, near Naghadeh, northwest of Iran. The cup dates back to 3200 years ago and influenced over next civilization artworks Medes.