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    Lower Mesopotamia, Iraq, Sphinx throne decoration from Nimrud, ivory

    God with horns. Hellenistic Minoan. Gehörnter Gott, Enkomi, Cyprus. 12 Cenuty BCE. Minoisk greske fra Kypros

    Jar with winged bulls and flanking palmettes Iron Age III ca. 8th–7th century B.C. Iran, said to be from Ziwiye

    Nuragic votive figurine - "Tribal chief" Bronzes of the Nuragic age National Archeological Museum - Cagliari

    Cone of Urukagina, king of Lagash, detailing his reforms againt abuse of “old days”, circa 2350 BC. Courtesy & currently located at the Louvre, France. Photo taken by Poulpy.

    Sphinx throne decoration from Nimrud 9th-8th Century B.C., Lower Mesopotamia, Iraq

    Ivory of the Coronation of the Virgin Victoria

    Situla with floral decoration, late Dynasty XIX–Third Intermediate Period (ca. 1188–712 b.c.) From Bubastis Gold

    Coffin of Ta-mit, said to be from Luxor. Her name which means she-cat or Cat Lady is preserved on the coffin lid.

    "Torino, Museo Egizio, Statuette des Vogels Ba (statuette of a Ba bird)" ^**^

    Edfu Temple -

    Akhenaten or Tutankhamon standing striding figure of Akhenaten or Tutankhamon 18th Dynasty

    Egypt Philae Temple

    Abu Simbel Temple

    Sacred Figures Mycenaean Museum

    Palmyra. Re-used inscription built into the wall of the staircase within the headquarters building of the Camp of Diocletian. The inscription is on its side and has been re-oriented accordingly. Procillianus was governor of Phoenicia in AD 207.

    Bronze Etruscan shields 6th century BCE

    A Magnificent and Important Greek Early Classical Bronze Mirror, the Handle in the Form of a Woman Surmounting Base with Three Bovine Feet Bronze, Early Classical, ca. 460-450 B.C.E.

    Comb. Bone/antler. The comb has an animal-shaped head, perhaps that of a horse. Björkö, Adelsö, Uppland, Sweden. SHM 5208:824

    Terracotta figurine of a horseman | Northern Syria,4th cent,BCE