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Roman bronze sculpture perhaps depicting Bacchus. Object dated to the mid 1st century BCE. The bust is a Roman copy of an original Hellenistic figure. Currently located in National Archaeological Museum in Naples. Photo was taken in XIX century. [564×711]

Roman bronze sculpture perhaps depicting Bacchus. Object dated to the mid 1st century BCE. The bust is a Roman copy of an original Hellenistic figure. Currently located in National Archaeological Museum in Naples. Photo was taken in XIX century. [564×711]

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The Early Bronze Age Belt Plate from Langstrup, Denmark, ca. 1400 BC. Found in 1879 during peat digging it is the largest and most accomplished of the many Danish Bronze Age belt plates associated with Early Bronze Age burials [1402 x 1309]

The Early Bronze Age Belt Plate from Langstrup, Denmark, ca. 1400 BC. Found in 1879 during peat digging it is the largest and most accomplished of the many Danish Bronze Age belt plates associated with Early Bronze Age burials [1402 x 1309]

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Box containing a pottery vessel, two calcite vases, a pumice stone, an ivory comb, a shallow bronze cosmetic-dish, a pair of leather sandals, three fibre jar-lids, a reed double kohl-pot with application stick and an ivory pin. Tomb of Ani, Egypt (Thebes), 18th dynasty. 1550 to 1298 BC. [828×960]

Box containing a pottery vessel, two calcite vases, a pumice stone, an ivory comb, a shallow bronze cosmetic-dish, a pair of leather sandals, three fibre jar-lids, a reed double kohl-pot with application stick and an ivory pin. Tomb of Ani, Egypt (Thebes), 18th dynasty. 1550 to 1298 BC. [828×960]