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Celtic (Iron Age) mirror from Portesham, Dorset, is a reported metal detector find. It is now on display in the Dorchester County Museum.

Bull Capital from Persepolis Figure 14 on page 35 of Donald N. Wilber's book Persepolis, The Archaeology of Parsa, Seat of the Persian Kings, suggests this is a column capital from the Gate of All Lands at Persepolis. In the collection of the National Archaeological Museum, Tehran.

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A 5th to 4th century BCE Etruscan necklace. This ancient Etruscan object is now displayed at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.