The New Ilam period is probably the 8th or 7th century BC, discovered in 1904 by Jacques Demorgan, in the southeast of the Inchushinak Temple in Susa. This work is kept in the Louvre Museum.
Length: 1 meter 36 cm high and 65 cm high glazed flower. This statue was probably beside the entrance to the temple and has been the symbol of the protection of the temple. According to Damorgan, the Elamite artist must first create a milk with flowers and bark, and then with clay, the details of the members of the body are dominated by the body or attached to the body and after finishing the work with a coat of glazed colored glaze and It also seems to have given a high temperature because it overlays the imperfect glass state.