Found in the Cyclades, this iron dagger was probably made between 2800-2300 BC.
This bull rhyton, found in Cyprus, was made between 1450-1200 BC.
A copper bowl with Cypro-Minoan writing from 1200-1050 BC.
This Corinthian type of helmet appeared at the end of the 8th century BC and remained in use into the Persian War.
This Athenian chous, from 430-420 BC, is associated with the three-day festival of the Anthesteria. It is a depiction of two
boys wearing ivy wreaths.
This is a statue of the Goddess Athena, from the Acropolis around 410 BC, in which she is depicted resting after victorious battles.
These decrees for Samos from 404-5 BC and 503-2 BC contain written evidence of Athenians honor and bestowal of privileges on Samos in gratitude for its loyalty and dedication at the end of the Peloponnesian War.
Originally from the temple of Athena in Athens, this Gaul was created to display Attalus's victory over the Gauls .
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