The finest art of human history was handcrafted by the Greek and Roman artists during the Classical Antiquity.

 


Since 2020

ABOUT

PARAVAR combines decades of numismatic expertise in Classical Antiquity. Paravar is located in Munich, one of Europe’s hubs for antiquities. Established to create jewelry from original ancient artworks in rare Near mint condition.

Since 1750

LATE MODERN ERA

The world of politics was rocked by wars, revolution and the end of the monarchy in many countries. The Modern era is a cumulation of millions of years of human development.

c. AD 1450 - 1750

EARLY MODERN ERA

The Early Modern Era saw a resurgence of the values and philosophies from the Classical era. The European Renaissance occurred during this period, as well as the discovery and colonization of the Americas.

c. 476 - 1450 AD

MEDIEVAL / MIDDLE AGES

The downfall of the Roman Empire marks the end of Antiquity and the beginning of the Medieval or Middle Ages. The Eastern-Roman Empire with its capital Constantinopel, present day Istanbul, lasted until AD 1453, it is known to us as the Byzantine Empire.

c. 800 BC - 476 AD

CLASSICAL ANTIQUITY

In Fine art, Classical Antiquity defines the flourishing period of the Ancient Greek and Roman civilizations and their influence on the cultures in the Mediterranean, Europe, Northern Africa, and West Asia. Their thrive for artistic perfection remains unparalleled in human history.

c. 4500 BC - 500 AD

ANTIQUITY

Antiquity or Ancient history covers all continents inhabited by humans in the period c. 4500 BC – 500 AD. It begins with the oldest coherent texts in Mesopotamia, when humans started writing and recording history. The principal civilizations of early Antiquity are those of Mesopotamia and Egypt.

3.4 MIL YEARS

PRE-HISTORY

Pre-literary history covers roughly 3.4 million years of human history. It begins with the use of stone tools and ends with metalworking, known as the Stone, Bronze, and Iron Age.