Hittite rhyton terminating in the forepart of a stag (14th/13th century BCE), silver inlayed with gold. The scene inlayed along the mouth of the drinking vessel shows a religious ceremony with a ritual libation. On display at Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC
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The Hittite Sun Goddess of Arinna identified with Hurrian goddess Hebat
Rhyton (drinking horn) Colorless glass with reflections blue clear L. 21.2 cm D. mouth 5 cm Provenance: Pompeii, House (I, 16, 5), (eg I, 18, 5) SAP, inv. 12,493 first century AD. AD
Gold- Isis and a snake's head Roman ca 1st century
Armille (bracelet de bras) hellénistique avec motif de noeud d'Héraklès, 3e-2e s. av. J.-C., or, grenat, émeraude, émail, Metropolitan Museum
Univers Mininga - A GREEK GOLD AND CARNELIAN RING HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 4TH-3RD CENTURY B.C.
A pair of Roman gold, garnet and glass earrings. Circa 2nd-3rd century A.D. Photo: Christie's Images Ltd. 2010
The Winged Horses of Tarquinia, Etruscan high relief (end of 5th - early 4th century BCE). This terracotta slab adorned the pediment of an Etruscan temple. It shows a refined technique of execution with a meticulous rendering of details (tails, manes, feathers of the wings) and the precise reproduction of rich accoutrement. The artist who modeled it shows a direct knowledge of the contemporary Greek sculpture that probably was a reference model.
A group of nine bronze animal- form plaques, 5th to 3rd century BC