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A Boeotian Late Geometric Oinochoe Greek, Boeotian, Late Geometric; ca. late 8th century B.C. Clay. H. 34.5.
A Lekanis with Animal Frieze and Boar Dm. (without handles) 26.6 cm. Clay. Italo-Corinthian, late 6th cent.-early 5th cent. B.C.
A Footed Jar with Eight Handles H. 9.2 cm. Yellowish and aubergine/brownish glass. Roman, Eastern Mediterranean, 3rd-5th cent. A.D.
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 Hydria with Greek Inscription (Hadra Vase) H. 43 cm. Clay, dark brown glaze. Ptolemaic Egypt, probably Alexandria, late 3rd cent. B.C.
A Female Idol (so-called Phi-Idol) H. 12.5 cm. Clay, dark brown matte glaze. Mycenaean, Late Helladic III, ca. 1400-1250 B.C.
A Mycenaean Stemmed Goblet H. 15.4 cm. W. (with handles) 16.3 cm. Clay. Mycenaean, LH IIIB, 1300-1190 B.C.
A Late Geometric Oinochoe with Birds H. 22 cm. Clay. Greek, Attic, Late Geometric (I b), ca. 750-735 B.C.
A Bird Bowl East Greek, possibly Rhodian, 2nd half of 7th cent. B.C. Clay, beige coating, red and dark brown matt glaze. Dm. 18.3 cm (without handles). H. 7.8 cm.
A Rare Kantharos with Inscription: "Bila Dionysoi" Dm. 9.6 cm. Bronze. Greek, 2nd half of 4th-3rd cent. B.C.
A Red-figure Cup, Attributed to the Painter of Berlin 2268 Dm. 25.8 cm. Clay. Attic, ca. 500-490 B.C.
A Black-figure White-ground Lekythos, Attributed the Haimon Painter Attic, ca. 490-480 B.C. Clay. H. 14.3 cm.
A Black-figure Amphora Type A, Attributed to the Leagros Group Attic, ca. 510 B.C. Clay, H. 53.3 cm.
An Early Mycenaean Cup decroated with Wavy Lines H. 3.6 cm. W. max. (with handle) 9.9 cm. Clay. Mycenaean, 16th-13th cent. B.C.