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Works of: Greek

Works of: Greek
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Female divinity statuette
Greek
6th century B.C.
53.50
Earring with Eros Figure
Greek
4th-3rd century B.C.
48.50
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
Bust of Child
Greek
ca. 2nd century B.C.
45.10
Oil or Perfume Container:  Lekythos
Greek
ca. 500 B.C.
70.100
White Ground Lekythos (oil or perfume container)
Greek
ca. 420 B.C.- 400 B.C.
70.101
Earrings
Greek
late 4th century B.C.
60.26
Hercules Reclining
Greek
ca. 3rd - 2nd century B.C.
70.110
Kylix (Wine Cup)
Greek
6th century B.C.
65.91
Lekanis (Kylix) with Lid
Greek
375 B.C. -350 B.C.
70.96
Ibex Head Earrings
Greek
ca. 3rd century B.C.
60.92
Amphora (Jar)
Greek
6th century B.C.
65.105
Kylix (Lip Cup)
Greek
ca. 550 B.C.
65.107
Persic Stater
Greek
378-372 B.C.
60.99
Black Figure Kyathos (ladle)
Greek
525-500 B.C.
64.127
Lamp in the Shape of a Boat
Greek
4th century B.C.
62.158
Lion heads earring
Greek
late 4th century B.C.-early 3rd century B.C.
60.128
Ring with a bust of Athena
Greek
4th - 3rd century B.C.
60.129
Strigil (flesh scraper)
Greek
5th - 4th century B.C.
64.157
Rhodian Tetradrachm
Greek
300-190 B.C.
64.191
Vase:  Kylix Form
Greek
ca. 520 B.C.
55.141
Persic Stater
Greek
mid 4th century B.C.
65.226
Phoenician Stater
Greek
425-416 B.C.
65.227
Aeginetic Triobol
Greek
520-480 B.C.
65.228
Aeginetic Stater (Didrachm?)
Greek
400-338 B.C.
65.229
Phocaic Hecte
Greek
late 5th century B.C.
65.232
Aeginetic Drachm
Greek
435-400 B.C.
65.237
Horse
Greek
8th century B.C.
46.105
Attic Triobol
Greek
297 B.C.-272 B.C.
65.219
Attic Tetradrachm
Greek
ca. 450-423 B.C.
65.220
Phoenician Drachm
Greek
350-334 B.C.
65.221
Attic Tetradrachm
Greek
179-169 B.C.
56.241
Tanagra Group of Eros and Aphrodite
Greek
3rd century B.C.
46.197
Attic Stater
Greek
359-336 B.C.
56.220
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