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A Pair of Pomegranates Western Greek, mid-5th cent. B.C. Pale, micaceous clay, Diam. (max.) 9 cm and 9.6 cm.
A Greek Head of a Youth, the so-called "von Heyl Apollo" Greek, Attic, early 4th cent. B.C. Marble, H. 25.5 cm. W. 23 cm
A Rare Celtic Head with Horns (possibly the God Cernunnos) Celtic (British Isles), 2nd cent. B.C.-2nd. cent. A.D. or later Stone (probably limestone), H. 19.1 cm. W. 12.5 cm. D. 12 cm
A Fragment of a Sarcophagus 1st quarter of 3rd cent. A.D. Roman, Early Severan. Marble. H. 50 cm, W. 34 cm
A Portrait Herm of Euripides H. 25.5 cm. W. 16 cm. D. 10.7 cm. Marble. Roman, 2nd half of 2nd cent. A.D.
A Strigilated Sarcophagus with The Three Graces L. 208 cm. D. 61 cm. H. 39.2-41.2 cm. Marble. Roman, 1st half of 3rd cent. A.D.
A Statuette of a Bull L. 11.3 cm. H. 9.8 cm. Clay. Cyprus, Late Bronze Age, 14th to 12th centuries B.C.
A Statuette of a Horse L. 7.5 cm. H. 5.4 cm. Bronze (solid cast). Greek, Geometric Period, 8th cent. B.C.
A Small Head of Eros H. 11.3 cm. W. 8.3 cm. D. 9.7 cm. Marble, fine-grained. Roman, early 2nd cent. A.D.
A Relief with Eros Burning a Butterfly H. 32.9 cm. W. 29.3 cm. D. 6.7 cm. Coarse-grained marble. Roman, 1st half of 2nd cent. A.D.
A Child's Sarcophagus H. 28.8 cm. L. 92 cm. D. 26.5-28 cm. Marble. Roman, Antonine, mid-2nd cent. A.D.
A Bust of the Goddess Athena H. Head, bust and base: 87.5 cm. H. Head: 31 cm. Marble. Head: Roman, Severan to 2nd half of 3rd cent. A.D.
A Strigilated Sarcophagus H. 62 cm, D. 201.5 cm, W. 67 cm. Grey veined marble. Roman Imperial Period, 1st half of 3rd cent. A.D. and early 4th
A Female Idol of the Plastiras Type, attributed to"the Doumas Master" Early Cycladic I - Plastiras Phase, 3200 - 2800 B.C. Marble, H. 18.9 cm
A Head of a Youthful Deity with Krobylos Marble, H. 28 cm Roman, Antonine. 2nd-3rd quarter of 2nd cent. A.D.
A Portrait Head of a Roman Lady, possibly the Empress Salonina Marble, H. 34.3 cm. W. 19 cm Roman, Period of Gallienus. 3rd quarter of 3rd cent. A.D. (probably 261-268 A.D.)
A Rattle H. 4.4 cm. Dm. max. 5.3 cm. Fired clay. Eastern Central Europe, Bronze to Iron Age Lusatian Culture, ca. 1300-500 B.C.
A Vessel with Lug Handles Egyptian, Predynastic, Naqada I. 1st half of 4th mill. B.C. Basalt, H. 9.5 cm
A Kohl-vessel in the form of an Ibex Bactrian. 2nd mill. B.C. Black stone with white inclusions. H. 12 cm.
A Hydria with Greek Inscription (Hadra Vase) H. 43 cm. Clay, dark brown glaze. Ptolemaic Egypt, probably Alexandria, late 3rd cent. B.C.
An Oinochoe with Lion's Head Applique (Gnathia Ware) H. 21.7 cm. Clay, black glaze, red, white and yellow paint. Western Greek, Apulian, Last quarter of 4th cent. B.C.