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Apulian red-figure skyphos. Black glazed skyphos, each side with a red-figure design of an owl flanked by vegetation. D[...]
Apulian red-figure lekanis with female heads (Ladies of Fashion). 4th century BC. 15 cm diameter (including handles); 9[...]
Campanian Blackware Skyphos. With pedestal foot, loop handles to the rim. 4th-3rd century BC. 7.5 cm height. Intact. [...]
Greek black-glazed kylix. 4th century BC. 21 cm diameter (including handles). 7 cm height.
Daunian Pottery olpe. Bulbous body, strap handle, flared rim and painted reddish-brown bands. 3rd century BC. H. 12 cm [...]
Neolithic stone chisel. Stone age, Europe (?). 59x30 mm.
Neolithic stone chisel. Stone age, Europe (?). 65x24 mm.
Plumb bob. Roman Empire, I century BC - II century AD. Bronze, 30x28 mm. 82 g.
Bronze key with suspension hole Roman period, 1st-2nd century AD. 47 mm. 13.83 g.
Bronze head. Roman period, 1th-3rd century (?). 25 mm height.
Silver decorative element in the shape of duck. Celtic, Danubian Region, 2nd century BC - 1st century AD. 23x8x5 mm. 3.[...]
&quot;Groma &quot; weight in the shape of bust. Roman period, 1st-3rd century AD. 30 mm height. 21.11 [...]
Roman cast lead weight of frame in the form of miniaturistic amphora. Moulded lead, 31x14 mm. 20.13 g.
Gold double ring, the bezel engraved with bird. Etruscan, 4th century BC. 17mm. 2.11 g.
Ring with blue glass paste gem. Medieval period. 15.25 mm size.
Bronze ring, square bezel with glass paste inlaid. Late roman to middle ages. 18.5 mm size.
Red gold octagonal ring. From late middle ages to modern times. 17.5 mm. 4.19 g.
Iberian Bronze Arrowhead. Bronze Age, 1000 - 700 BC. Cf. Savory, Spain & Portugal Ancient Peoples, Fig. 72. 30[...]
Early Greek or Scythian bronze arrowhead. 4th - 2nd century BC. Cf. Malloy Weapons n. 114. 39 mm height. 4.15 g. [...]
Early Greek or Scythian large bronze arrowhead fragment. 4th - 2nd century BC. 34 mm. 3.32 g.