A golden sprouted cup buried with Queen Puabi of Ur, c 2500 BCE. It was most likely used for drinking beer.
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Elamite Worshipper (Golden); Susa, Iran; 12th century BCE
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Helmeted head | Etruscan,6th cent. BCE
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Cup found in Puabi's death pit at Ur, 2112 - 2095 BC
Near Eastern Archaeology
Rhyton terminating in a horned lion, late Achaemenid–early Seleucid,: ca. 4th–3rd century BCE, Anatolia
Papyrus fragment with lines from Homer's Odyssey, Early Hellenistic, 285–250 BCE Greek, Ptolemaic
Nippur Map 1400 BCE The oldest known map ever found.
Ancient Egyptian arched harp (shoulder harp) frem c. 1390-1295 BCE, in the Metropolitan Museum of Art