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Relief of Montuemhet and his wife Shepenmut
Egyptian, Luxor, tomb 34
ca. 665 B.C.
53.80
Transfer print tile
English
18th century
33.1871
Italian (Genoa)
1190-1210
49.35
Egyptian
2300 B.C.
44.36
Glass tile
Byzantine
9th-12th century
69.27
Corbel with Winged Figure
Hellenistic
1st century
59.90
Mosaic from the House of Menander with Zeus
Roman
3rd - 4th century
40.181.1
Mosaic from the House of Menander with figure
Roman
3rd century - 4th century
40.181.2
Relief from Imperial Reception Hall with servant bearing wine
Achaemenid, Persepolis, (modern Iran)
ca. 500 B.C.
40.49
Tabernacle Door
Flemish
late 16th century
50.56
Tile Panel:  Quatrefoils and Lozenges
Dutch
early 17th century
62.125
Talisman finial
Luristani
8th-7th century B.C.
65.124
Tile Panel:  Fruit, Flowers, Stars
Dutch
early 17th century
62.127
Waldglass roundel
German
16th century
62.130
Tile with half of a theater mask
Egyptian
1st century B.C. - 1st century A.D.
55.120
Tile:  Inlaid Lotus Design
Egyptian
ca. 1375 B.C.
55.129
Sculptor's Model with profile of a woman
Egyptian
3rd - 1st century B.C.
57.172
Relief with figures and Sacrificial bulls
Egyptian, Sakkara, Old Kingdom, 5th Dynasty
ca. 2500 B.C.
55.175
Relief fragment with warrior and horse
Neo-Assyrian, reign of Ashurbanipal
668-627 B.C.
57.54
Antefix with Medusa
Greek, southern Italy
6th century B.C.
2002.40
Mosaic:  Two Birds, Rabbit in Tree
Roman
1st - 3rd century
46.203
Relief fragment of warrior
Pre-Islamic
7th century B.C.
49.180
Pyramidion of Hori
Egyptian, Abu Tig, New Kingdom
ca. 1350 B.C.
48.186
Relief
Persian
ca. 460 B.C.
51.65
Roundel:  Lotus Blossom
Egyptian
ca. 1370-1350 B.C.
61.71
Oak Panel
English
36.88
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