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Classifications: Ceramics

Classifications: Ceramics
Cup in the form of a lotus
Egyptian, New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty
ca. 1550-1196 B.C.
63.46
Head of Hathor from the handle of a votive sistrum
Egyptian, Late period, 26th - 30th Dynasty
664-525 B.C.
58.77
Red-figure Kylix (cup) with Symposion Scene
Painter of the Paris Gigantomachia
active ca. 700 - 480 B.C.
59.30
Lid from a Krater, wine mixing bowl
Etruscan
ca. 530 B.C.
65.117
Human figure offering a vase
Luristani (modern western Iran)
ca. 1000 B.C.
64.135
Red-figured Amphora (two handled vessel) with Herakles, Amazons and Warriors
Greek Apulia (modern Southern Italy)
late 4th century B.C.
51.25
Jar:  Boat and Mountain Decoration
Egyptian
ca. 3000 B.C.
67.85
New Year's bottle
Egyptian
663-525 B.C.
62.56
Jug with long spout
Pre-Islamic
ca. 18th Century B.C.
68.162
Vase:  Birds
Egyptian
ca. 4000 B.C.
50.45
Red-Figured Kotyle
Lucanian
late 5th century B.C.
52.117
Black-figure Kylix, (cup) with Animals
Xenokles
550 - 525 B.C.
59.100
Container in the form of a humped bull
Persian
ca. 1000 - 1 BCE
60.39
Black-figure "Eye" Kylix (cup)
Greek, Attica
540 - 530 B.C.
70.99
Skyphos, (stemless cup) with Presentation Scene
Painter of the Nicosia Olpe
540 - 530 B.C.
65.155
Red-figure Kylix (cup) with Discus-Thrower
Greek, Attica
ca. 480 B.C.
82.128
White Ground Lekythos (oil or perfume container)
Greek
ca. 420 B.C.- 400 B.C.
70.101
Kantharos with Satyr and Satyress Heads
Roman, England
ca. 1st century
47.108
Ishtar plaque
Babylonian
2nd millennium B.C.
41.64
Humbaba plaque
Babylonian
2nd - 1st millennium B.C.
41.97
Stamnos (jug) with Quadriga Racing
Greek, Attica
late 6th century B.C.
66.47
White Ground Lekythos, (oil or perfume container)
Greek, Attica
ca. 480 - 323 B.C.
47.62
Hydria (water jar)
Nausicaa Painter
ca. 450 B.C.
68.6
Rhyton
Amlash
10th-9th century B.C.
68.8
Painted pot
Egyptian
ca. 3500 - 3300 B.C.
43.16
Black Painted Stemless Kylix
Greek
5th century B.C.
63.65
Kylix (Wine Cup)
Corinthian
7th century B.C. - 6th century B.C.
63.68
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