Browse Items (33 total)

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Olpe jug used for the decanting of wine. Decorated with a panel showing a young man playing the kithara, probably as a competitor in a musical contest

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Two handled wine cup decorated with an owl and olive sprays, symbols of Athena and the city of Athens.

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Mycenaean stirrup jar used for perfumed oil.

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Athens tetra drachma. Obverse: head of Athena Parthenos with helmet and earring; reverse: Owl standing on amphora, olive wreath.Weight: 17g

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Large glass jar found in a burial, possibly cinerary urn.

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Miniature proto-Corinthian kotyle decorated with running hounds in black-figure.

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Apulian, red-figure Pelike from South Italy. A type of amphora used to hold wine and water. Decorated on both sideds with marriage scenes of bride and groom, (the dressing of the bride).

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Terracotta figurine of a toy horse.

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Blue glass flask for cosmetics.

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Glass flask for cosmetics.

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Double glass flask, unguentarium, for cosmetics.

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Bulbous glass flask

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Earrings with ruby inlay, pearl pendant.

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Bronze door knocker with lion head and large ring.

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Roman oil lamp, mold-made and decorated with stamped pattern and raised laughing faces.

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Egyptian stucco Mummy mask from the Roman period in Fayum, Egypt.

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Ushabti figure. Small figure buried with the dead to aid the soul.

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Reduced copy of the large statue of Asklepius. Date of original: 4th century

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Alabaster bottle for wine or perfumed oil; sacrificed at burial or given as gifts to the dead.

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Red-figure baby feeder vase from South Italy.

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Red-figure lekythos from Southern Italy. Decorated with a scene of a hero sacrificing a cock on an altar.

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A wine cup called a Little Master lip cup. On each side is inscribed in Greek: "Hail, and drink heartily." Main View.

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Red-figure plate with a depression for sauce. Decorated with three large fish.

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Mycenaean stirrup jar used for perfumed oil.

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Gold stater, Alexander the Great Obverse: Athena; Reverse: Nike (Goddess of Victory)Weight: 9g
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