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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 Cycladic Idol, Attributed to the Goulandris Master 2500-2400 B.C. Early Cycladic II, Keros-Syros-Culture Marble. H. 12.2 cm
A Portrait Bust of a Boy with Laurel Wreath Roman, Flavian, last quarter of 1st cent. A.D. Marble, H. 28 cm (without base)
A Marble Funerary Lekythos with Low Relief Decoration Greek, Attic, late 5th - early 4th cent. B.C. Marble, H. 66 cm; max. width 36 cm
A Left Lower Arm of a Bronze Statuette L. 21.5 cm. Bronze (hollow-cast). Eastern Mediterranean, Roman, 2nd-4th cent. A.D.
A Squatting Baboon Egypt, Middle Kingdom. ca. 2137-1781 B.C. Limestone, traces of grey-white coating, H. 21 cm
A Boeotian Late Geometric Oinochoe Greek, Boeotian, Late Geometric; ca. late 8th century B.C. Clay. H. 34.5.
A Small Tureen H. 8.5 cm. Clay. Silesia (Poland), Lusatian Culture, Bronze to Iron Age, ca. 1300-500 B.C.
The Neck of a Large Jug with Waterfowl Greek, Attic, Late Geometric IIa, 740-720 B.C. Light red clay, dark brown glaze, H. 23.4 cm (including handle)
A Lekythos with Youthful Rider in the "Six-Technique" (attributed to the Diosphosmalers) Greek, Attic, ca. 500 B.C. Clay, H. 22.4 cm
A Conical-necked Terrine Eastern Central Europe, Bronze to Iron Age Lusatian Culture, ca. 1300-500 B.C. Clay, H. 12.0 cm. Dm. mouth 11.4 cm
A Jug with Cylindrical Neck H. 10.4 cm. Fired clay. Eastern Central Europe, Bronze to Iron Age Lusatian Culture, ca. 1300-500 B.C.
A Late Geometric Oinochoe with Birds H. 22 cm. Clay. Greek, Attic, Late Geometric (I b), ca. 750-735 B.C.