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bone hairpin with inscription and heads of couple (woman's head missing) Roman, imperial period Rome, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme (National Museums).

bone hairpin with inscription and heads of couple (woman's head missing) Roman, imperial period Rome, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme (National Museums).

Egypto-Roman Bronze Sculpture of a Male Dog - PF.5491 Origin: Egypt Circa: 300 BC to 100 BC  Dimensions: 3" (7.6cm) high x 5" (12.7cm) wide  Collection: Egyptian Antiquities Style: Ptolemaic Medium: Bronze

Egypto-Roman Bronze Sculpture of a Male Dog - PF.5491 Origin: Egypt Circa: 300 BC to 100 BC Dimensions: 3" (7.6cm) high x 5" (12.7cm) wide Collection: Egyptian Antiquities Style: Ptolemaic Medium: Bronze

Woman with bird.  Collado de los Jardines.

Woman with bird. Collado de los Jardines.

Fundación Rodríguez Acosta

Fundación Rodríguez Acosta

This bronze figure of Silenus riding a wine-skin. Originally, the sileni (plural) were the drunken leaders of the satyrs and attendants of Dionysus (the Greek God of Wine) or Bacchus (Roman God of Wine). They soon came to be depicted as the singular Silenus–a rotund older man with a snub nose. Silenus is said to possess the powers of prophecy especially when drunk, but he does not reveal his sage advice to just anyone without being tricked.

This bronze figure of Silenus riding a wine-skin. Originally, the sileni (plural) were the drunken leaders of the satyrs and attendants of Dionysus (the Greek God of Wine) or Bacchus (Roman God of Wine). They soon came to be depicted as the singular Silenus–a rotund older man with a snub nose. Silenus is said to possess the powers of prophecy especially when drunk, but he does not reveal his sage advice to just anyone without being tricked.

Testigos mudos y muchas veces olvidados de las salas de los museos arqueológicos, estas pequeñas figurillas son unos objetos verdader...

Testigos mudos y muchas veces olvidados de las salas de los museos arqueológicos, estas pequeñas figurillas son unos objetos verdader...

Snake.    Bronze.  Roman,  1st–2nd century A.D.

Snake. Bronze. Roman, 1st–2nd century A.D.

Romeinse fibula met glaspasta

Romeinse fibula met glaspasta

very nice and interesting Roman bronze attachment that depicts Pan butting heads with a goat on the handle with a mask of Pan below. The piece is 5 1/2 inches high and is dated circa 1st Century A.D

very nice and interesting Roman bronze attachment that depicts Pan butting heads with a goat on the handle with a mask of Pan below. The piece is 5 1/2 inches high and is dated circa 1st Century A.D

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