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Classifications: Bronzes

Classifications: Bronzes
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Bell
European
2001.157.11
Bell
European
2001.157.12
Bell
European
2001.157.1
Bell
European
2001.157.2
Bell
European
2001.157.3
Bell
European
2001.157.4
Bell
European
2001.157.5
Bell
European
2001.157.7
Bell
European
2001.157.8
Bell
European
2001.157.9
Finial
Benin Kingdom
16th century or earlier
68.49
Ceremonial Cup on Anthropomorphic Stem
Benin Kingdom
18th century
68.50
Bell surmounted by an animal
Tikar
18th century
68.52
Spoon
Javanese
7th - 8th century
54.54
Bridle bit
Villanovan
8th - 7th century B.C.
63.158
Solo
Hilda Morris
1944
45.94
Betel nut cracker
Javanese
10th century
62.121
Mirror with stylized letters
Javanese
8th-10th century
62.122
Figure of a cat
Egyptian
4th - 1st century B.C.
57.169
Ceremonial axe
Songye culture, Democratic Republic of the Congo
57.63
Hercules and the Nemean Lion
Moderno (Galeazzo Mondella)
ca. 1500
77.59
Ceremonial saw
Islamic
10th-12th century
57.94
Mirror with scene of the Judgment of Paris
Etruscan
4th - 3rd century B.C.
48.36
Bronze hand censer
Chinese
7th century
39.27
Three-pronged vajra
Japanese
12 - 13th century
62.100
Bell with a vajra handle
Japanese
12 - 13th century
49.237
Miniature mirror
Chinese
early 8th century
38.12
He (wine vessel)
Chinese
6th-5th century BCE
93.65
Jue (wine vessel)
Chinese
mid - late 2nd millennium BCE
34.63
Gu (wine vessel)
Chinese
12th century BCE
42.4
Bell
Japanese
1st - 3rd century
51.104
Fang Ding (square food vessel)
Chinese
early to mid-11th century BCE
54.177
You (wine vessel)
Chinese
11th century BCE
56.33
Gui (food vessel)
Chinese
early to mid-11th century BCE
56.34
Bo zhong (suspended bell)
Chinese
771-221 B.C.
87.43
Qi (Ceremonial Axe)
Chinese
late 16th-late 11th century BCE
48.78
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