Terracotta head of a lion 
22.9cm high and 20.6cm wide (9 x 8 1/4 inch.)
Greek, Archaic Period, 6th century BC.
Source: Metropolitan Museum 

Terracotta head of a lion 

22.9cm high and 20.6cm wide (9 x 8 1/4 inch.)

Greek, Archaic Period, 6th century BC.

Source: Metropolitan Museum 

Faience amulet in shape of a frog 

It is 1.2cm long, 1.1cm wide and only 1cm high ( 1/2 x 7/16 x 3/8 inch,). The frog is an egyptian symbol for new life, that is why it was a very popular symbol and amulet. 

Egyptian, New Kingdom, 18th dynasty, reign of Amenhotep III, 1390 - 1352 BC. 

Source: Metropolitan Museum

Bronze jar handles 
The decoration is special, with the face of a dwarf or deity at the bottom and a dove on the top. 20.1cm long (8 1/16 inch.) 
Etruscan, Classical period, 5th century BC, 
Source: Metropolitan Museum

Bronze jar handles 

The decoration is special, with the face of a dwarf or deity at the bottom and a dove on the top. 20.1cm long (8 1/16 inch.) 

Etruscan, Classical period, 5th century BC, 

Source: Metropolitan Museum

Golden earrings

The eagle represents Zeus who is holding the Trojan prince Ganymede. 

They are 6cm high (2 3/8 inch.) 

Greek, Classical period, 330 - 300 BC. 

Source: Metropolitan Museum

Terracotta plate 

The man is riding a Rooster and touches the bird on the neck. This plate was meant as a love gift. 18.7cm in diameter (7 3/8 inch.) 

Greek, Attic, Archaic period, 520 - 510 BC. 

Source: Metropolitan Museum

Bronze statue of Athena
She is letting her owl fly out. The statue is only 15cm high (5 15/16 inch.) 
Greek, Classical Period, ca. 460 BC.
Source: Metropolitan Museum

Bronze statue of Athena

She is letting her owl fly out. The statue is only 15cm high (5 15/16 inch.) 

Greek, Classical Period, ca. 460 BC.

Source: Metropolitan Museum

Terracotta askos (vessel) in the shape of a lion 

14.1cm high and 15.7cm long (5 9/16 x 6 3/16 inch.) 

Cypriot, Late cypriot IIIB Period, 1200 - 1050  BC. 

Source: Metropolitan Museum

Ivory and bone plague of a kneeling lion headed figure 

9.9cm high and 4.8cm wide (3 7/8 x 1 7/8 inch.) 

Assyrian, Bronze Era, 18th century BC. 

Found in Anatolia (modern Turkey), which was probably an old babylonian trading post 

Source: Metropolitan Museum

Faience handle of a lion biting a Nubian 
There is also gold and bone in the handle. It is 3cm high, 4,3cm long and 3cm wide ( 1 3/16 x  1 11/16 x 1 3/16 inch.) 
Egyptian, New Kingdom, 19th dynasty, Ramesside Period, reign of Ramses II, 1279 - 1213 BC. 
Source: Metropolitan Museum

Faience handle of a lion biting a Nubian 

There is also gold and bone in the handle. It is 3cm high, 4,3cm long and 3cm wide ( 1 3/16 x  1 11/16 x 1 3/16 inch.) 

Egyptian, New Kingdom, 19th dynasty, Ramesside Period, reign of Ramses II, 1279 - 1213 BC. 

Source: Metropolitan Museum

Gold and silver beads

1.7cm (11/16 inch.) 

Unknown, possibly Greek, between 4th and 3rd century BC. 

Source: Metropolitan Museum

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