O~ CAPTIONS OF ILLUSTRATIONS

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O ENTRIES: CAPTIONS OF ILLUSTRATIONS

 

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OIL INDUSTRY i. Petroleum and its products

Figure 1. Structural trap and Stratigraphic trap. (Link, 1983, pp 193-94)

OIL INDUSTRY i. Petroleum and its products

Figure 2. Combination stratigraphic/structural trap. (Link, 1983, pp 193-94)

OIL INDUSTRY i. Petroleum and its products

Figure 3. Map showing the location of the folded anticlinal traps of Iran. For cross-section, see Figure 4. (Selley, p. 283)

OIL INDUSTRY i. Petroleum and its products

Figure 4. Southwest to northeast true-scale cross-sections through some of the folded structures of Iran. For locations, see Figure 3. (Selley, p. 283. After Falcon, 1958)

OIL INDUSTRY i. Petroleum and its products

Figure 5. Simplified sketch of an onshore derrick for rotary drilling. (Selley, pp. 38-41. Figure courtesy of British Petroleum)

OIL INDUSTRY i. Petroleum and its products

Figure 6. Two types of tricone bit used for rotary drilling. (Selley, pp. 38-41. Figure courtesy of Hughes Tool Co.)

OIL INDUSTRY i. Petroleum and its products

Figure 7. Terminology and classification of plastic and solid hydrocarbons. (After Abraham, 1945)

OIL INDUSTRY i. Petroleum and its products

Figure 8. Map of oil resources of the Persian Gulf region.

OIL INDUSTRY i. Petroleum and its products

Figure 9. Map of oil resources of the Caspian Sea region.

OIL INDUSTRY ii. Iran’s oil and gas resources

Figure 1. Map of oil resources of the Persian Gulf region.

OIL INDUSTRY ii. Iran’s oil and gas resources1

Figure 2. Map of oil resources of the Caspian Sea region.

OLSHAUSEN, JUSTUS

Figure 1. Examples of the Late Sasanian coins studied by Olshausen (1843, plate at end).

ORANSKIĬ, IOSIF MIKHAILOVICH

Figure 1. Photograph of Oranskiĭ. Courtesy of the author.

OTTOMAN-PERSIAN RELATIONS i. Under Sultan Selim I And Shah Esmāil I I

Plate I. The battle of Čalderān: wall painting by the 18th-century artist Ostād Ṣādeq Naqqāπ (Eser-e Ostad Sadiq Naqqash). It decorates one of the reception rooms in the Čehel Sotun Palace, Isfahan. (Printed by Bonyād-e Yādgarhā-ye Farhangi)

OXUS TRUMPET

Figure 1: Distribution of sites where trumpets have been found (marked with ellipses).

OXUS TRUMPET

Figure 2: Extant trumpets of three types. All are shown on the same scale, except the faces drawn twice as big.

OXUS TRUMPET

Figure 3: Unexcavated face trumpets. Trumpets a and c are in the Louvre museum (AO 31013, AO 32242), trumpets b and d are in private collections in the United States. The four views of b reveal three faces (labeled α, ∫, and ©). One is an old man with beard (∫), another is a youth (α). It also has a hair- like decorations near the mouthpiece. Trumpet d has an internal copper trumpet (indicated with a hatched line) supporting an outer gold trumpet.

OXUS TRUMPET

Figure 4: The four trumpets of Figure 3.

OXUS TRUMPET

Figure 5: Twelve unexcavated bulb trumpets.

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