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    A fish, tied to a bed. Probably a sacrificial scene. Clay and red paint (4th BCE).


    Terracotta flask in the form of a raisin and a pigmy holding a small amphora (330 BCE-1 CE).


    Heracles. Bronze statuette, Roman copy of a Greek original (1st half 4th BCE) Height 33.2 cm Inv. VI 2722


    Battle between Alexander the Great and King Dareios Probably a replica of a painting by Philoxeilos of Emtrea (4th BCE).Alexander is the bareheaded man (left) Dareios on his chariot (right).Scene could be Issos or Gaugamela.House of the Faun,Pompeii VI 12,2 Inv.10020


    Aristotle, Greek philosopher(384-322 BCE) Marble Inv. I 246


    Head of a deer. Silver drinking vessel (4th BCE) (rhyton). Treasure of Rozovec.


    Eumaios awaiting the return of Ulysses. Melian relief, terracotta (around 460-450 BCE) Fletcher Fund 1930 Height 16 cm Inv. 30.11.9


    Mural from the Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak. Kazanlak, Valley of Roses, Bulgaria; 4th century BCE. The Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak is a vaulted brickwork "beehive" (tholos) tomb near the town of Kazanlak, central Bulgaria. The tomb is part of a large Thracian necropolis. It comprises a narrow corridor and a round burial chamber, both decorated with murals representing a Thracian couple at a ritual funeral feast. The monument dates back to the 4th century BCE and has been on the UNESCO protected World Heritage Site list since 1979. The murals are memorable for the splendid horses and especially for the gesture of farewell, in which the seated couple grasp each other's wrists in a moment of tenderness and equality. The paintings are Bulgaria's best-preserved artistic masterpieces from the Hellenistic period. The tomb is situated near the ancient Thracian capital of Seuthopolis.


    The quarrel between Tydeus and Polyneikes under the gate of Argos where they have taken refuge.Adrasto,King of Argos,tries to separate them.Appearing in the door are his daughters,destined to marry the two fighting heroes. Crater,Sicilian production, 350 - 340 BCE Detail of 10-03-07/4

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    Red-figured ceramic skyphos with owl; 4th century BCE.


    Wooden guardian figure, Eastern Zhou period, 4th century BC. A figure with antlers and a long protruding tongue. The antlers on this figure are made of dry lacquer. Carved wooden figures with antlers probably represented the shamans or their powers, as the wearing of antlers seems to have been significant in shamanistic rituals. Shamans were used to intercede and communicate with the spirits. Figures like this were placed as guardians in tombs in the Chu state in Hunan and Hubei province. The Chu are renowned for their sculptural tradition and wood carving skills, which also embraced more realistic creatures, such as cranes and deer. OA, 1950.11.15.1


    Harpocrates, the young Horus, son of Horus the Elder and Isis, sitting on a lotus. Part of a shrine. Ptolemaic, 4th-3rd BCE From the shrine of a god, wood with inlaid glass. Inv. 98


    Left:statue of the Goddess Nieth.Exvoto dedicated by Pharaoh Psammetic. Bronze,H:18,5 cm N 3676 Right:statue of the Goddess Ouadjet as Goddess with a lion head.Bronze,H:14,9 cm E 14722


    Grotesque figure of sitting hunchback holding rolls of papyrus (Aesopus ?). Bronze statuette (330 BCE-1 CE) from Hadra near Alexandria, Egypt. Height 7 cm. Br 4237


    Sea-serpent. Terracotta (330 BCE-1 CE).


    The Amazonian sarcophagus depicts the battle between the Greek heroes and the mythical female warriors. 2nd half 4th BCE. Detail left side Marble, L: 264 cm Inv. I 169


    Dispute between man and wife, comedy scene. Krater from Apulia, mid 4th Inv. IV 466


    Two silver fibulae from Lom (4th BCE)


    Chimaera column, named after the chimaera, a monster half lion, half goat, with a serpent for a tail


    Ulysses sacrificing. Bas-relief from an Etruscan sarcophagus, Pepper-tree wood. Probably copy of a 5th BCE painting. 92.5 x 81 cm Torre San Severo, Italy


    The death of Hypolitos.The horses of his quadriga shy before the monster which Aphrodite has sent from the depth of the sea.Around 340 BCE. Crater,Sicilian production,from tomb 229 bis.

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    Statue of the God Osiris,black granite,painted. E 18847


    Torque with lions'heads, gold. From a princely tomb in Susa, Achaemenid period, 4th BCE. For detail of the lions' heads see 08-02-16/2 Sb 2760

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    Young acrobat standing on her upper arms. Terracotta figurine (late 4th BCE) from Greece. Height 15 cm CA 459


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