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Classifications: Sculpture

Classifications: Sculpture
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Head of Sakhmet
Egyptian
1350-1085 B.C.
48.51
Ptah-Sokar-Osiris
Egyptian
ca. 664 - 525 B.C.
44.37
Votive bust of a king
Egyptian
late 4th - early 3rd century B.C.
45.21
Pair of eyes from an inlaid statue or coffin
Egyptian
3rd - 1st century B.C.
55.118
Mummy mask of a young boy
Egyptian, Roman period
3rd century
48.225
Female figure
Cycladic
ca. 2500 B.C.
64.126
Ornament
Persian
6th-2nd century B.C.
56.163
Horse
Greek
8th century B.C.
46.105
Statuette of Anubis
Egyptian
49.127
Winged scarab
Egyptian
3rd - 1st century B.C.
45.107
Uto suckling Horus
Egyptian, New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty
ca. 1300 B.C.
46.16
False door in the form of an palace facade
Egyptian, Mastaba
7th - 6th century B.C.
61.66
Tomb seal: portrait of a man and two children
Roman, Palmyra (modern Syria)
2nd century
42.11
Bes
Egyptian, Roman period
1st century B.C. - 1st century A.D.
47.86
Figure of Pawenhatef with naos (shrine of Osiris)
Egyptian, Sais, Late (Persian) Period
525 - 404 B.C.
47.63
Head from a statue of Pharaoh Thutmosis III
Egyptian
mid-15th century B.C.
52.70
Bull statuette
Syrian
2nd millennium B.C.
63.115
Head of a man (Tiberius?)
Roman
1st century, eyes recut 2nd or 3rd century
47.9
Head of a King
Egyptian
20th century
46.48
Head of a man
Roman
ca. 4th century
61.112
Figure of Mercury
Roman
ca. 1st century
68.201
Head of a woman (Arsinoe II or Arsinoe III)
Egyptian, Alexandria
3rd century B.C.
50.42
Hercules Reclining
Greek
ca. 3rd - 2nd century B.C.
70.110
Head of a woman from a grave stele
Greek, Athens
350 - 325 B.C.
60.60
Seated tanagra figurine
Greek. Boeotia
4th - 3rd century B.C.
66.101
Bust of an agonized man (possibly Laocoön)
Greek
2nd century B.C. or 1st century A.D.
48.188
Head of a youth
Roman, Gaul (modern Switzerland, France or Italy)
4th - 5th century
48.37
Head of an African
Roman
ca. 2nd century
67.127
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