Browse Items (33 total)

CC048.JPG
Child's necklace made with several gemstones such as carnelian, featuring intaglio.

CC112fv.JPG
Ushabti faience figure.

CC100fvl.JPG
Wooden figure of a falcon, possibly a symbol for the god Horus.

CC087.JPG
Fragment of a wall painting, fresco.

CC094.JPG
Roman lamp, mold-made with three wicks, rounded bottom and palmette-design on handle.

CC034.JPG
Votive animal for offerings. Pig.

CC035.JPG
Terracotta figurine of a woman or a goddess.

CC022fv.JPG
Glass bottle for wine or perfumed oil; sacrificed at burial or given as gifts to the dead.

CCcoin3.jpg
Gold stater, Alexander the Great Obverse: Athena; Reverse: Nike (Goddess of Victory)Weight: 9g

CC011bfv.JPG
Mycenaean stirrup jar used for perfumed oil.

CC005tv.jpg
Red-figure plate with a depression for sauce. Decorated with three large fish.

CC002fv.JPG
A wine cup called a Little Master lip cup. On each side is inscribed in Greek: "Hail, and drink heartily." Main View.

CC027e.JPG
Red-figure lekythos from Southern Italy. Decorated with a scene of a hero sacrificing a cock on an altar.

CC045fv.JPG
Red-figure baby feeder vase from South Italy.

CC024.JPG
Alabaster bottle for wine or perfumed oil; sacrificed at burial or given as gifts to the dead.

CC026.JPG
Reduced copy of the large statue of Asklepius. Date of original: 4th century

CC098fv.JPG
Ushabti figure. Small figure buried with the dead to aid the soul.

CC114.JPG
Egyptian stucco Mummy mask from the Roman period in Fayum, Egypt.

CC093tv.JPG
Roman oil lamp, mold-made and decorated with stamped pattern and raised laughing faces.

CC086b.JPG
Bronze door knocker with lion head and large ring.

CC080.JPG
Earrings with ruby inlay, pearl pendant.

CC078bv.JPG
Bulbous glass flask

CC074fv.JPG
Double glass flask, unguentarium, for cosmetics.

CC077.JPG
Glass flask for cosmetics.

CC076.JPG
Blue glass flask for cosmetics.
Output Formats

atom, dc-rdf, dcmes-xml, json, omeka-xml, rss2