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Romano-British, 4Th/ 5th century, Finger ring

Romano-British, 4Th/ 5th century, Finger ring

A Greek gold finger ring, Classical period, circa 4th century B.C.

A Greek gold finger ring, Classical period, circa 4th century B.C.

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An Etruscan cornelian scarab with Classical intaglio

An Etruscan cornelian scarab with Classical intaglio

Molded head-flask, Roman, Tunisian, 3rd-4th century A.D. Terracotta, 19cm (7 1/2in.). Gift of Ambassador and Mrs. William L. Eagleton, Jr., B.A. 1948. Photo credit: Yale University Art Gallery

‘Roman in the Provinces: Art on the Periphery of Empire’ at the Yale University Art Gallery

Molded head-flask, Roman, Tunisian, 3rd-4th century A.D. Terracotta, 19cm (7 1/2in.). Gift of Ambassador and Mrs. William L. Eagleton, Jr., B.A. 1948. Photo credit: Yale University Art Gallery

Assiette en argent élamite, Perse, Entre 900 et 700 avant J.C.

Assiette en argent élamite, Perse, Entre 900 et 700 avant J.C.

Glass bowl Roman 1st half of 1st century AD

Glass bowl Roman 1st half of 1st century AD

Roundel Representing Scylla, Hellenistic Greek, ca. 3rd-2nd century B.C., Gilded silver, Diam: 16.9 cm. Photo courtesy Phoenix Ancient Art.

Roundel Representing Scylla, Hellenistic Greek, ca. 3rd-2nd century B.C., Gilded silver, Diam: 16.9 cm. Photo courtesy Phoenix Ancient Art.

Roman Glass oinochoe (jug)  Early Imperial, Augustan or Julio-Claudian  late 1st century BC- early 1st century AD  Height 7 1/8inch   Diameter 3 3/8 inch  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Roman Glass oinochoe (jug) Early Imperial, Augustan or Julio-Claudian late 1st century BC- early 1st century AD Height 7 1/8inch Diameter 3 3/8 inch The Metropolitan Museum of Art

A Roman carnelian ringstone, circa 2nd century A.D.

A Roman carnelian ringstone, circa 2nd century A.D.

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« Theusebios sarcophagus » sarcophagus for a child, 1st third of the 5th century., Berlin State Museums, Sculpture Collection and Museum of Byzantine Art, © bpk / Sculpture Collection and Museum of Byzantine Art, National Museums in Berlin / A. Voigt

The Magi: Legend, Art and Cult; A special exhibition on view at the Museum Schnütgen

« Theusebios sarcophagus » sarcophagus for a child, 1st third of the 5th century., Berlin State Museums, Sculpture Collection and Museum of Byzantine Art, © bpk / Sculpture Collection and Museum of Byzantine Art, National Museums in Berlin / A. Voigt

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