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Scythian saddle blanket from Pazyryk, Russian Altai mountains, 4th century B.C.E., St. Petersburg State Hermitage Museum.

Ewer with dancing females within arcades, ca. 6th–7th century A.D. Sasanian. Iran. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Painting of Leda and the Swan excavated from Pompeii displayed in the 'Secret Room' at the Naples Archaeological Museum Roman 1st century BCE-1st century CE

Purse with scenes from the story of Patient Griselda, 14th century France, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Accession Number: 27.48.2

Krater with a lid surmounted by a small hydria, mid-8th century b.c.; Geometric Greek, Euboean or Cycladic; Found at Kourion, Cyprus Terracotta

Hermitage Museum 3ad Antiochus I Sardonyx |

Jama-Coaque Snuff Tray Walters art Museum

Stelophorous Statue of Bay, a scribe in the reign of Seti I 1294-1250 b.c.

MFA Egyptian Statue of Lady Sennuwy I

The statue shown in this image is Cleopatra VII who was an Egyptian queen. She was considered as the last "Pharaoh of Egypt" during the Ptolemaic Dynasty (332-30 BC). The Black basalt statue is one of the best-preserved images of a Ptolemaic queen. She is wearing a wig with many braids and holding a cornucopia. The figure is clearly Egyptian in style, though with Greek attributes (knotted dress). The front of the headdress is decorated with a uraeus, the symbol of Egyptian royalty.

Northwestern Iranian Gold Goblet with Bulls, Marlik (?) 12rh.11th cent, BC Found in Tomb at Marlik,near Susa.