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Nero, around 50 AD. Nero was the son of Agrippina the Younger and stepson of Emperor Claudius. Reigned 54 - 60 AD. (photo lngrd) Collection Roemisch-Germanisches Museum, Cologne, Germany. www.roemisch-germanisches-museum.de/

Nero, around 50 AD. Nero was the son of Agrippina the Younger and stepson of Emperor Claudius.

Head of a male statue with conical helmet, 7th century BC - 6th century BC, from Idalion, Ancient Cyprus, Neues Museum, Berlin. (foto: Lngrd)

Head of a male statue with conical helmet, 7th century BC - 6th century BC, from Idalion, Ancient Cyprus, Neues Museum, Berlin. (foto: Lngrd)

Glass head pendant Period: Late Classical Date: mid-4th to 3rd century B.C. Culture: Carthaginian Medium: Glass; rod-formed and trailed Dimensions: H.: 1 1/16 in. (2.7 cm) Classification: Glass Credit Line: Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917 Accession Number: 17.194.735

Glass head pendant Period: Late Classical Date: to century B. rod-formed and trailed Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Glass Credit Line: Gift of J.

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A straight sided slab with rounded ends and details in low relief.

Marble head of Men or Attis (eastern divinities). Roman Provincial. Imperial Period, c. A.D. 100–250 | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Marble head of Men or Attis (eastern divinities). Imperial Period, c.

Joueuse de lyre/lierspeelster. Chypro-archaïque (VIIIe - Ve siècle avant J.-C/ B.C.)  Lapithos  Terre cuite/terracotta polychrome H. : 17,70 cm. ; L. : 7,50 cm. ; Pr. : 6,80 cm.

Joueuse de lyre/lierspeelster. Chypro-archaïque (VIIIe - Ve siècle avant J.-C/ B.C.) Lapithos Terre cuite/terracotta polychrome H. : 17,70 cm. ; L. : 7,50 cm. ; Pr. : 6,80 cm.

Worshippers, Sabaean, clay, 3rd century B.C. - 2nd century A.D. Collection: Museum fuer Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg, Deutschland. (photo: lngrd)

Worshippers, Sabaean, clay, 3rd century B.C. - 2nd century A.D. Collection: Museum fuer Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg, Deutschland. (photo: lngrd)

The Strangford Apollo. Parian marble statue of a nude, standing youth. 500-490 BC (circa). Anaphe, Cyclades, Greece. (foto: lngrd)

The Strangford Apollo. Parian marble statue of a nude, standing youth.

Bead with three human faces. 600-250 BC.Glass. Possibly Carthage/ possibly Eastern Mediterranean.

Bead with three human faces. Possibly Carthage/ possibly Eastern Mediterranean.

A close-up of the 2nd century AD marble artifact in the Archaeological Museum of Side in what is today, Turkey, It has been identified as the ancient #greek #god , #Hermès ( #photo : Ad Meskens)

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Unique water-jug combining Cypriot and Phoenician shapes and images, 700-600 BC | Ashmolean Museum

Unique water-jug combining Cypriot and Phoenician shapes and images, BC, Departments: Antiquities: About: Ancient Cyprus

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Phoenician Glass Head Pendant, Lebanon, Syro-Phoenicia, - centuries B.C, Cleveland Art Museum.

PHOENICIAN JEWELRY 3RD BCE-1ST CE  Two bearded head pendants,protective amulets. Sand-core glass (4th-3rd BCE) from Carthage, Tunisia Height 6 cm  Museum, Carthage, Tunisia

Two bearded head pendants,protective amulets. Sand-core glass BCE) from Carthage, Tunisia Height 6 cm

The Siren Vase

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Odysseus and the Sirens (Illustration) red-figure stamnos from Vulci c.

Pendant mask

Origin: Carthage Dating: III century B. Materials: Glass paste The National Bardo Museum

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