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    The bronze mermaid from the Middle East, the age of 3000 years. Бронзовая русалка с Ближнего Востока, возрастом в 3 000 лет.

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    Furniture element METROPOLITAN MUSEUM Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca. 9th–8th century B.C. Geography: Syria, probably from Arslan Tash (ancient Hadatu) Culture: Assyrian Medium: Ivory

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    Glass Chess Piece / Fatimid Egypt,10th-12th century

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    Babylonian Protective Amulet - c. 1000-600 BCE.

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    Clay nail , neo-sumerian, 2100 BC, Mesopotamia Waletrs museum مسمار طيني ، الدولة السومرية الحديثة ، 2100 قبل الميلاد د بلاد ما بين النهرين

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    Sudan | Old ring from the Dinka people. Traditionally worn by men as a status symbol | Ivory; often carved from old broken bracelets | ©Sidewalk Tribal Gallery

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    Calculation Tablet of the Surface Area of a Terrain (2100 B.C.) clay, Umma, Mesopotamia

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    A series of 11th-century crystal chess pieces from the Museo da Catedral in Ourense, Spain, which have never before left the cathedral

    pale - A series of 11th-century crystal chess pieces from...

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    Middle Kingdom Dynasty, Egypt

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    Ivory Gambling Ball (1800 to 1900 England)

    Finch & Co - A Rare English Ivory Gambling Ball

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    Greek coin, c 500-480 BC with octopus

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    Pomegranate Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca. 9th–8th century B.C. Geography:Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu) Culture: Assyrian Medium: Ivory Dimensions:1.3 in. (3.3 cm) Classification: Ivory/Bone

    Pomegranate | Assyrian | Neo-Assyrian

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    Toy balls made of linen, hollow, exterior elaborated with red and green segmented decoration form by strips of reed, with circular fragments. Culture/period Roman Period. Findspot: Egypt (Africa,Egypt)

    Image gallery: toy / game-ball

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    palette - egyptian guinea fowl-shaped graywacke (ca. 3650-3300 bc)

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    New Guinea stone club heads, markers and tools. Ex-John Friede, Ex-Marc Assayag Tookalook Tribal Art Gallery.

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    The Romans had a custom of pouring one for their friends even after they were gone. This a Roman grave marker for pouring libations dated to between.1-300 CE and is part of the collection at the Science Museum, London.

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    palette à fard Louvre E24724 4e millénaire av J.-C. Egypte ancienne - Néolithique - Nagada II (3500-3200 av J.-C)

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    Palette à fard, instrument de toilette Département des Antiquités Egyptiennes © Musée du Louvre, dist. RMN / Christian Décamps

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    Deer Antler Dice Set - Kashgar Tribal Artifacts

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    A Rare Ivory English Teetotum Gambling Ball (England)

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    Approximately 5,000 years old, these enigmatic stone ’balls’ were discovered at the Neolithic village of Skara Brae, Orkney, Scotland. Their orginal use remains a mystery.

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    Rien n’est comparable au magnifique cairn de l’île de Gavrinis (Morbihan, Bretagne) dont les dalles constituant les parois d’un long couloir sont ornées de cercles concentriques. Le site de Gavrinis dont la construction a été datée vers 4000 ans av. J.-C. (néolithique) [1] n’a pas son équivalent. Gavrinis.jpg Gavrinis : le pilier n° 9 Source de limage : Gavrinis - Guides archéologiques de la France - Ministère de la Culture / Imprimerie Nationale in www.quatuor.org/art_b22_0...

    Les origines du Labyrinthe - le blog vivrevouivre par : Robert Regor

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    Gavrinis golfe du Morbihan

    Gavrinis (PBP semaine 13)

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    Animal mummy bundle, containing shrews. 400 B.C.–100 A.D.

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    Inca textiles

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