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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 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 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 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 Robed Female Statuette with Fan (Tanagra Figurine) Greek, 4th - 2nd cent. B.C. Terracotta, H. 19.9 cm
A Head of a Youthful Deity with Krobylos Marble, H. 28 cm Roman, Antonine. 2nd-3rd quarter of 2nd cent. A.D.
A 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 Footed Jar with Eight Handles H. 9.2 cm. Yellowish and aubergine/brownish glass. Roman, Eastern Mediterranean, 3rd-5th cent. A.D.
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.
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 Conical-necked Terrine Eastern Central Europe, Bronze to Iron Age Lusatian Culture, ca. 1300-500 B.C. Clay, H. 16.2 cm. Dm. mouth 10.5 cm
A Kohl-vessel in the form of an Ibex Bactrian. 2nd mill. B.C. Black stone with white inclusions. H. 12 cm.
A Conical-necked Terrine Eastern Central Europe, Bronze to Iron Age Lusatian Culture, ca. 1300-500 B.C. Clay, H. 22.0 cm. Dm. mouth 16.3 cm
A Vessel with Lug Handles Egyptian, Predynastic, Naqada I. 1st half of 4th mill. B.C. Basalt, H. 9.5 cm