Dog-sled (uniek)British Museum
This dog sledge, or uniek, made by Aleut people of the Alaskan peninsula, some time before 1855, shows the woodworking and construction skills of this Arctic culture. Driftwood sledges such as this allowed the Aleut to travel far over the ice, in search of valuable furs.
Next-door to the better-known Parthenon galleries is this monumental tomb from Xanthos in Lycia, then part of the Persian Empire. This structure shows how Greek aesthetics were already diffusing eastwards by the 4th century BCE.
Bonus: The Parthenon Marbles
La Primavera (Spring) (1481 - 1482) by Botticelli FilipepiUffizi Gallery