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Ancient Mediterranean Art

Ancient Mediterranean Art
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Horse
Greek, Geometric Style
8th century BCE
77.12
Stele of Chaywet
Egyptian
ca. 2250 - 2000 B.C.
47.64
Head from a statue of Pharaoh Thutmosis III
Egyptian
mid-15th century B.C.
52.70
Relief with Ptolemy II making an offering to a god
Egyptian, Behbeit el Hagara
285-246 B.C.
47.57
Bes
Egyptian, Roman period
1st century B.C. - 1st century A.D.
47.86
Attic decadrachm with quadriga (obv.) and head of Arethusa (rev.)
Greek, Syracuse, after Evainetos (active 415 - 390 B.C.)
ca. 380 B.C.
56.231
Pyramidion of Hori
Egyptian, Abu Tig, New Kingdom
ca. 1350 B.C.
48.186
Cosmetic bottle
Egyptian
5th-4th century B.C.
33.174
Cinerary urn
Roman
1st - 2nd century
56.64
Stamnos (jug) with Quadriga Racing
Greek, Attica
late 6th century B.C.
66.47
Votive figure
Sumerian
ca. 2900 - 2500 B.C.
41.34
Lion
Roman
1st century B.C.-1st century
61.17
Mirror with scene of the Judgment of Paris
Etruscan
4th - 3rd century B.C.
48.36
Seated figure
Egyptian
ca. 2000 B.C.
44.34
Mosaic from the House of Menander with Zeus
Roman
3rd - 4th century
40.181.1
Aphrodite (after Praxiteles)
Greek
2nd - 1st century B.C.
70.105
Head of a woman (Arsinoe II or Arsinoe III)
Egyptian, Alexandria
3rd century B.C.
50.42
Head of an African
Roman
ca. 2nd century
67.127
Relief from Imperial Reception Hall with servant bearing wine
Achaemenid, Persepolis, (modern Iran)
ca. 500 B.C.
40.49
Funerary Portrait
Egyptian
1st - 2nd century
50.62
Attic tetradrachm
Greek, Macedonia (modern Greece, Bulgaria, Macedonia)
324-323 B.C.
56.215
Female figure
Cycladic
ca. 2500 B.C.
64.126
Kudurru (Boundary Stone)
Babylonian
ca. 1300 B.C.
48.45
Jar
Egyptian
57.65
Jug
Cypriot
8th-6th century B.C.
55.27
Steelyard and Portrait Weight
Byzantine
4th or early 5th century
67.50
Hydria (water jar)
Nausicaa Painter
ca. 450 B.C.
68.6
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