Arte Precolombino

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"Ian McClellan" ~ Found object/junk art bagpiper created by Laurie Schnurer in 2016.

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Rare Ceramic Anubis mask (the only one in a public collection) dating from 600 BC | The Roemer und Pelizaeus Museum

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Yup’ik Mask, Kuskokwim River Eskimo, Alaska, late nineteenth century. Magic Transistor on Tumblr

Magic Transistor on Tumblr

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louis wain ceramic lucky pig, circa 1914

Louis Wain Ceramic - The Lucky Pig - Amphora for Max Emanuel

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It looks like a Steampunk Minion! :hip hop instrumentals updated daily => http://www.beatzbylekz.ca

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Mook (project by Carlo Nannetti and Francesca Crisafulli)- SASà

Sculture..

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The amber bear amulet, 3500 years old

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Glass Crocodile Inlay, Egyptian, Late Period (30th Dynasty) – Ptolemaic Period, ca. 380-30 BCE, dark blue glass.

A Mysterious 2,000 Year-Old Book

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A Mesolithic amber amulet in the form of a bear. (National Museum of Denmark)

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The Lewis Chessmen at the museum of Scotland, Edinburgh - a bezerker biting his shield.

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Ring set with a Mouse Design Amulet Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Reign: reign of Thutmose III Date: ca. 1479–1425 B.C. Geography: Egypt

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Viking key

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Vessel in the Shape of an Owl Artist:Artist Unknown Date:late 14th-13th century B.C. Medium:Bronze

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BORNHOLM, DENMARK—An enameled bronze brooch has been unearthed near the east coast of the island of Bornholm, located in the Baltic Sea. Shaped like an owl, the brooch, which has large orange eyes and colorful wings, dates to the Iron Age, and would have been used to fasten a man’s cloak. “There are very few of these types of fasteners,” archaeologist Christina Seehusen of Bornholm Museum told The Copenhagen Post.

Iron Age Owl Brooch Unearthed in Denmark

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Nayarit, Mexico, 300 BC-AD 200, The Walters Art Museum

Standing Female Figure

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Goddess Sculptures 4000 - 3000 BCE

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Jar with a frieze of bulls Period: Iron Age III Date: ca. 8th–7th century B.C. Geography: Iran, said to be from Ziwiye ...

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Vessel Period: Iron Age Date: ca. 1000 B.C. Geography: Iran Medium: Ceramic

Vessel | Iron Age | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Period: Iron Age Date: ca. early 1st millennium B.C. Geography: Iran, probably from Luristan Medium: Ceramic, paint

Spouted jar with a frieze of ibexes | Iran | Iron Age

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Neolithic Pictish Orb discovered in Northeast Scotland. What is intriguing about these stones is that nobody knows what they were used for or what they could possibly symbolize. There have only been 387 neolithic stone orbs found and they vary in their shapes and complexity of design.

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Iran , Luristan bronze statue of a female, ca 1000-650 BC.Lorestān bronze is a set of Early Iron Age bronze artifacts of various individual forms which have been recovered from Lorestān and Kermanshah areas in west-central Iran. They include a great number of weapons, ornaments, tools, and ceremonial objects. The artifacts were created by a major group of Persian aboriginals known as Lurs. (wiki)

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Female Figurine: one of the oldest statuettes ever excavated in Egypt. 3650-3300 BCE. Predynastic period, likely depicting a priestess or goddess.

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Olmec Sculpture of a Fantastic Creature, Xochipala, Mexico, Circa: 900 BC to 500 BC

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handmade ceramic spice spoons

Ceramic Hand Built Spice Spoons Set of 2

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