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Roman glass bottle, 1st century CE. Mougins Museum of Classical Art, Mougins, France.

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The Ancient Greek and Roman worlds are viewed as the root of western civilisation, whose innovations included art, drama, literature, mathematics, phi

Glass perfume bottle 1st century A.D. Roman

Glass perfume bottle | Roman | Early Imperial | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Colorless, with trail in opaque white with a greenish tinge.Everted rim folded over and in; cylindrical neck, expanding downwards; globular body; pushed-in bottom.Trail applied to bottom, then wound up over body in a spiral nineteen times, ending on top of neck below rim

Africa | Granary door from the Dogon people of Mali | Wood, encrusted grey brown patina | ca. early to mid 1900s | granaries outnumber almost all other types of buildings in Dogon villages, demonstrating the importance of preserving crops produced with the hard labor required in such a rocky landscape. Every family has several granaries, one for each of the wives and the rest for the head of the family, in which are stored millet, sorghum, rice, corn, beans etc.

Nubian Shabits, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

Nubian Shabtis, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

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Menat of Taharqo, Late Period, Dynasty 25, reign of Taharqo, ca. 690–664 b.c. This faience menat represents part of a heavy necklace carried in ritual scenes. Menat was Egyptian artifact which, like the sistrum, was closely connected with the goddess Hathor. It was held in the hand by its counterpoise and used as a rattle by Hathor's priestesses. Often it was worn as a protective amulet, even by Apis bulls, the sons of Hathor.

Menat of Taharqo: the King Being Nursed by the Lion-Headed Goddess Bastet | Third Intermediate Period | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Period: Third Intermediate Period (Kushite). Dynasty: Dynasty 25. Reign: reign of Taharqo. Date: 690–664 B.C.. Geography: Possibly from Nubia; From Egypt ...

ஜ ۩۞۩ ஜ ஜ ۩۞۩ ஜ Azulestrellla: ● archaeological objects found in Ojuelos Aztec origin of Jalisco, Mexico.
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● Objetos arqueológicos de origen Azteca encontrados en Ojuelos de Jalisco, Mexico.

Un casco con forma de cabeza Alíen, escenas grabadas en piedra, tablillas de oro y plata, en las que se pueden reconocer detalles grabados de lo que parecen ser astronautas viajando en naves espaciales junto con otras naves. También se puede observar cometas y planeta.

Kudurru, grant deed by Neubchadnezzar I (1125-1104 BCE), Sippar, Babylonia. Six registers. Top to bottom: symbols of astral gods; tiaras of great gods gods Anu (sky), Enlil (air), Ea (water); two horned dragons, one carrying spade, attribute of Marduk, other carrying stylus with tablet the attributes of Marduk's son Nabu, god of scribes; goddess Gula with her dog and scorpion-god; young bull carrying thunderbolt of Adad (storm god), scorpion of Ishharra, lap of Nusku.

Kudurru, grant deed by Neubchadnezzar I (1125-1104 BCE), Sippar, Babylonia. Six registers. Top to bottom: symbols of astral gods; tiaras of great gods gods Anu (sky), Enlil (air), Ea (water); two horned dragons, one carrying spade, attribute of Marduk, other carrying stylus with tablet the attributes of Marduk's son Nabu, god of scribes; goddess Gula with her dog and scorpion-god; young bull carrying thunderbolt of Adad (storm god), scorpion of Ishharra, lap of Nusku.

Masks, Gulf Provence.

Papuan Gulf

A GREEK GOLD FINGER RING   CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C.   The plain hoop flat on the interior, rounded on the exterior, expanding toward the circular bezel, engraved with a fly

A GREEK GOLD FINGER RING

A GREEK GOLD FINGER RING CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C. The plain hoop flat on the interior, rounded on the exterior, expanding toward the circular bezel, engraved with a fly

A GREEK GOLD FINGER RING CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C

A GREEK GOLD FINGER RING CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C

Artifact Sculpture Figurine T-Arm Display by ArtDisplayEssentials

Artifact Sculpture Figurine T-Arm Display Stand Armature | Etsy

Great for displaying Egyptian, Pre Columbain, or other Ushabtis and valuable artifacts (figurines and artifacts not included). • YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCG7yuPEFFw&feature=youtu.be • Can be used for many other items such as sculptures, figurines and dolls, etc. • Clean and professional look for a museum quality display This listing is for the 8" tall model with a black or clear base. The top bars are made of 1/16” softened metal. The upright is made of 1/8” metal and…

Roman bronze statuette of a dog. 2nd–3rd century A.D. | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Bronze statuette of a dog | Roman | Mid or Late Imperial | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Romans were ardent pet lovers. Dogs especially were great favorites and are frequently depicted in Roman art as either guard or hunting dogs.