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    Jade container with a lid, handles and dragons. Chinese writings on the body and lid. Western Zhou. 500 BC 12 "× 9"

    China - Covered Ritual Wine Vessel (You) with Decoration of Confronting Birds - Zhou dynasty, Western Zhou period, c. 11th century BC-771 BC - Cast bronze with blackish patina; with a dedication by Lady Geng Ying inscribed on both the vessel floor and lid interior

    Drummer Western Han Dynasty China 206 BC-9 AD Painted Earthenware

    Jomon (Japan) c. 2500 BC - a type of ancient pottery which was made during the Jōmon period in Japan. The term "Jōmon" means "rope-patterned" in Japanese, describing the patterns that are pressed into the clay.

    jade handle bing 11s bc

    Jade Dragon Pendant 2nd Century BC Western Han Dynasty

    China - Handle-shaped ornament, Western Zhou dynasty (ca. 1046–771 BC), 10th–9th century BC. Jade (nephrite)

    Jade 19th century Chinese, Qing Dynasty incense burner.

    A ROMAN ALABASTER CINERARIUM CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D. The profiled foot, ovoid body, domed lid and piriform finial each separately sculpted, the body with twin voluted handles rising from leaf shaped handle-plates and merging with the flaring disk rim, the domed lid with two incised bands 19¾ in. (50.2 cm.) high

    China - Western Zhou dynasty Wine vessel (zun), late 10th century BC - Bronze

    Lidded Vase (Ping) with Grapevines, China, Late Qing dynasty, about 1800-1911, Abraded jade

    Jomon goddess figure (Japan's Jomon era: 14,000 BC to about 300 BC)

    Numerous statues survive of a Black Artemis , like this Roman copy of the original Ephesian goddess in the Musei Capitolini. Late copies also adopt the mural (city walls) crown popular in the Hellenistic period. It was originally an attribute of Syrian Tyche, goddess of Fortune.

    The Zhou Zha Hu: An important ritual bronze wine vessel, Middle Western Zhou Dynasty, 10th - 9th century BC

    Minoan vessel 1500 BC

    Western Han Chinese Bronze Mythical Animal with Gold and Silver Inlay Bronze with gold and silver foil inlay, 2nd century B.C.E.


    Sarcophagus and lid with relief of Married couple. Etruscan circa late 4th–early 3rd century B.C

    Lidded ritual wine container (zun) in the form of a bird ca. 5th century B.C.E. Middle Eastern Zhou dynasty Bronze with gold inlay H: 26.5 W: 13.5 D: 20.0 cm China

    Imperial Grail (Jade, Han Dynasty 206 BC--220 AD)