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    • Laura Gomez

      The Roman Empire (27 B.C.–393 A.D.) | Bronze waterspout in the form of a lion mask, ca. 100 B.C.–100 A.D.; late Hellenistic or early Roman; Greco-Roman style, Greco-Roman; From Cyprus, Bronze (74.51.5677)

    • J. E. Bruce

      Bronze water spouts in the form of a lion mask, ca. 100 BCE–100 CE; Late Hellenistic or Early Greco-Roman; Said to be from Kourion, Cyprus.

    • Patty Flagler

      Ancient Greek art, Bronze water spouts 100 B.C.-100 A.D.

    • JANE DOE

      Ancient Greek art, Water spounts 100 B.C.-100 A.D.

    • Alicia Copeland

      Bronze waterspout in the form of a lion mask [Greco-Roman; Said to be from Kourion] (74.51.5677-5678) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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