Заклинательные чаши - Сасанидская Месопотамия (V-VII в. н.э.)

Incarnation Bowl

Kelsey Museum 19503 / Seleucia-on-Tigris (6th or 7th century A.D.), Clay
This bowl is written in a pseudo-script, clearly meant to imitate Syriac (an Aramaic dialect and alphabet, used on many demon-bowls).
In Sasanian Mesopotamia from the fifth to the seventh centuries CE, clay Aramaic incantation bowls, commonly known as magic bowls were widely used to expel demons and protect houses. The bowls were buried upside down, usually in the home of the client who commissioned it.