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Plaster Cast of Late Minoan III Sarcophagus from Hagia Triada1914.02.0001A (1914.02.0001A)
137.2 x 90 x 33.3 cm (waived g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Crete; Hagia Triada
Period: Late Bronze; 1490 – 1365 BC
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Krater Rim Sherd1982.02.0001A (1982.02.0001A)
10.3 x 9.4 x .8 cm (93 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Argolid; Nauplion; Kastraki
Period: Late Geometric II; 730 – 690 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Unclassifiable Artifacts

Plaster Cast: Hera of Samos1912.02.0003 (1912.02.0003)
190.8 x 58.4 x 39 cm (waived g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece
Period: Archaic Period (800 - 480 BC) ; 590 – 550 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art

Sarcophagus Fragment1994.01.0002 (1994.01.0002)
44.5 x 30 x 13.2 cm (26,800 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece
Period: Roman Empire
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Plaster Cast: Grave Stele of Ameinokleia1900.11.0002 (1900.11.0002)
133 x 71 x 17 cm (26000 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Athens
Period: Late Classical Period; 4th century BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Plaster Cast: Gravestone Inscription1900.11.0099 (1900.11.0099)
57.7 x 35.2 x 5.4 cm (5025 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Santorini Island, Thira Island; Kamari; Sellada Cemetery
Period: Archaic; 650-550 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects
Description: Plaster cast of the left side of a large flat slab of dark grey volcanic stone, with at least nine, possibly ten names inscribed in total on its four sides in the early Theran alphabet: three words at the middle of the upper face, with two more crowded near the edges at left and bottom; five more are inscribed around each of the three low vertical sides of the slab...

Plaster Cast of Greek Inscription: Dedication at Olympia1900.11.0100 (1900.11.0100)
56 x 18.3 x 3.5 cm (3,649 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Olympia
Period: Classical; 480 - 475 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Documentary Artifacts : Other Documents
Description: The engraving is the stoichedon style of ancient Greek inscriptions in which the letters are in alignment vertically as well as horizontally and are placed at equal intervals along their respective alignment...

Plaster Cast of Greek Inscription: Dedication at Olympia1900.11.0101 (1900.11.0101)
84.7 x 17.7 x 3 cm (5,877 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Olympia
Period: Classical; 480-475 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Documentary Artifacts : Other Documents
Description: Plaster cast of ca. 2/3 of the left side of a marble inscription on a base for a dedication at Olympia by Praxiteles son of Krinis, signed by the Achaian sculptor Athenodoros and the Argive sculptors Asopodoros, Atotos, and Argeiades son of Ageladas.

Plaster Cast: Gravestone Inscription1900.11.0102 (1900.11.0102)
68.6 x 30.5 x 6.4 cm (5,062 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Santorini Island, Thira Island; Kamari; Sellada Cemetery
Period: Archaic; 650 - 550 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects
Description: Plaster cast of the right side of a large flat slab of dark grey volcanic stone, with at least nine, possibly ten names inscribed in total on its four sides in the early Theran alphabet: three words at the middle of the upper face, with two more crowded near the edges at left and bottom; five more are inscribed around each of the three low vertical sides of the slab...

Plaster Cast: Gravestone Inscription1900.11.0103 (1900.11.0103)
92.5 x 63.5 x 5.7 cm (25,200 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Santorini Island, Thira Island; Kamari; Sellada Cemetery
Period: Archaic; 650 - 550 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects
Description: Plaster cast of the front face of a large flat slab of dark grey volcanic stone, with at least nine, possibly ten names inscribed in total on its four sides in the early Theran alphabet: three words at the middle of the upper face, with two more crowded near the edges at left and bottom; five more are inscribed around each of the three low vertical sides of the slab...

Plaster Cast Relief: Ludovisi Throne1914.07.0001A (1914.07.0001A)
144 x 90 x 17 cm (45200 g)
Location: Europe, West; Italy; Villa Ludovisi
Period: Classical; 480–470 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art

Plaster Cast of Warrior Krater1916.01.0001 (1916.01.0001)
45 x 50 cm (3,020 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece
Period: Late Helladic IIIC ; 1200 – 1150 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Materials T&E : Food Processing & Preparation T&E : Food Preparation Equipment

Pyxis, Cosmetics Container: Lid1916.04.0005 (1916.04.0005)
12.2 x 4.5 x .9 cm (126 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece
Classification/Nomenclature: Personal Artifacts : Toilet Articles : Beauty Supplies

Kylix, Cup1916.04.0011 (1916.04.0011)
28.8 x 22.5 x 5.6 cm (537 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece
Classification/Nomenclature: Materials T&E : Food Service T&E : Drinking Vessels

Plaster Cast of Shield of Alkamenes1916.05.0003 (1916.05.0003)
90 x 84.5 x 3.5 cm ( g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Athens; Parthenon
Period: Attic; Early 3rd century BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art

Coin: Tetradrachma, Naxos, Forgery1900.63.0016 (1900.63.0016)
2.65 x .31 cm (8.76 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Cyclades; Naxos City
Period: Classical; 461-413 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Exchange Media
Description: This Greek coin is perhaps a forgery of a Tetradrachm from Naxos, the largest island of the Cyclades in the southwestern part of the Aegean Sea...

Coin: AE 21, Nesebar1917.63.0529 (1917.63.0529)
2.12 x .28 cm (7.03 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Thracia; Nesebar
Period: 2nd - 3rd century BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Exchange Media

Tripod Pyxis, Cosmetics Container1922.01.0203 (1922.01.0203)
13.1 x 12.9 x 5.1 cm (305 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece
Classification/Nomenclature: Personal Artifacts : Toilet Articles : Beauty Supplies

Pyxis, Cosmetics Container1922.10.0026A (1922.10.0026A)
8.8 x 5.2 cm (138 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece
Classification/Nomenclature: Personal Artifacts : Toilet Articles : Beauty Supplies

Sherd1927.02.0006 (1927.02.0006)
6 x 5.2 x 3.3 cm (16 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece
Classification/Nomenclature: Unclassifiable Artifacts

Coin: Boeotia, Forgery1928.16.0002 (1928.16.0002)
2.03 x .51 cm (9.74 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Boeotia
Period: 379 – 338 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Exchange Media

Coin: 1/12 Stater, Ionia1928.16.0003 (1928.16.0003)
.55 x .21 cm (0.70 g)
Location: Asia, West; Turkey; Ionia
Period: Early Ionian; 600-550 BCE, 7th century BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Exchange Media

Plaster Cast of Greek Statue of Youthful Pan Playing on Pipe1948.01.0058 (1948.01.0058)
136 x 44 x 34 cm (54800 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece
Period: Hellenistic
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art

Body Sherd1954.03.0006 (1954.03.0006)
12 x 8.3 x 1 cm (84 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece
Period: Middle Helladic
Classification/Nomenclature: Unclassifiable Artifacts

Unguentarium, Jar1969.25.0001 (1969.25.0001)
11.95 x 2.5 cm ( g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece
Period: 400 to 300 CE
Classification/Nomenclature: Personal Artifacts : Toilet Articles : Hygiene Artifacts

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