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A Small Portrait Head of a Ptolemaic Ruler (Ptolemy III?) Ptolemaic, 3rd cent. B.C. Marble, H. 7.3 cm
A Sculptural Group with Seated Youth (Branchus?) and Boar Roman, 2nd-early 3rd cent. A.D. Marble, H. 73 cm. W. 41 cm. D. 31 cm
A Rare Female Idol of the Louros Type ca. 3200-2700 B.C. Early Cycladic I Fine-grained marble. H. 18.5 cm
A Small Statuette of a Draped Female H. 11.6 cm. Terracotta. Greek or Western Greek, 4th-2nd cent. B.C.
A Celtic Head H. 12.2 cm. Stone (possibly sandstone). Celtic, Iron Age, 2nd-1st cent. B.C. or later.
A Funerary Statuette with a Seated Couple Egyptian, New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty, 13th cent. B.C. Serpentine, H. 24.5 cm
A Rhyton in the Form of a Boar’s Head L. 16.9 cm. Clay, matt red glaze. Western Greek, mid-4th 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.
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 Black-figure Cup with Youth, Hippocampus and Fish Greek, Laconian, 550-520 B.C. Clay, H. 4.5 cm, Dm. 13 cm
A Rhyton with Horse Protome Amlash, ca. 800-700 B.C. Reddish-brown clay, red slip, polished, L. 22.3 cm
A Hydria with Greek Inscription (Hadra Vase) H. 43 cm. Clay, dark brown glaze. Ptolemaic Egypt, probably Alexandria, late 3rd cent. B.C.
A Large Oinochoe with Antilopes Greek, Attic, Late Geometric IIa, ca. 740 - 730 B.C. Light red clay, dark brown glaze, H. 39.1 cm
A Black-Figure Oinochoe Attributed to the Gela Painter Greek, Attic, 500-490 B.C. Clay, H. 23.4 cm (including handle)