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Figurine Fragment: Face of a Deity (?)1926.02.0205 (1926.02.0205)
8.5 x 4.6 x 3.5 cm (49 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Religious Objects

Cup - Scyphos1911.02.0016 (1911.02.0016)
11 x 9.6 x .7 cm (189 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt; Nile Delta; Kom Gi'eif; Naukratis; Beheira Governorate
Period: Persian Empire; 5th - 4th century BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Materials T&E : Food Service T&E : Drinking Vessels

Burial Cloth Fragment1927.04.0012 (1927.04.0012)
27.1 x 11 x .2 cm (7 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt; Nile Delta; Kom Gi'eif; Naukratis; Beheira Governorate
Period: Coptic
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Bowl1924.02.0334 (1924.02.0334)
9.7 x 5.8 x 1 cm (93 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece?
Period: Greek?; 5th or 4th century BC?
Classification/Nomenclature: Furnishings : Household Accessories : Storage & Display Accessories

Folio: Sheet Music1948.06.0002 (1948.06.0002)
20 x 13.8 cm (3 g)
Location: Asia, West; Europe, West; Greece, Turkey
Period: 1650
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Documentary Artifacts : Other Documents

Votive Figurine Fragment: Sheep? Camel? Head1900.53.0020 (1900.53.0020)
5.6 x 3.6 x 3.1 cm (43 g)
Location: Asia, West
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Religious Objects

Votive Figure Fragment: Horse's Head with Ornate Bridle1900.53.0018 (1900.53.0018)
3.9 x 2.3 x 2.9 cm (14 g)
Location: Asia, West
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Religious Objects

Jug1926.01.0002 (1926.01.0002)
16.3 x 8.4 cm (242 g)
Location: Asia, West; Cyprus
Period: Bronze Age; 2000 BC
Classification/Nomenclature: Materials T&E : Food Service T&E : Serving Vessels

Pitcher1922.01.0005 (1922.01.0005)
10.5 x 8.6 x 7.8 cm (174 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Cyprus
Period: 1800–1700 BC
Classification/Nomenclature: Materials T&E : Food Service T&E : Serving Vessels

Cup1922.01.0104 (1922.01.0104)
14.5 x 11.2 x 6 cm (135 g)
Location: Asia, West; Cyprus
Period: Submycenaean; 1000 BC
Classification/Nomenclature: Materials T&E : Food Service T&E : Drinking Vessels

Bowl1922.01.0218 (1922.01.0218)
7 x 6 cm (51 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece
Classification/Nomenclature: Materials T&E : Food Service T&E : Serving Vessels

Projectile Point, Spear or Arrowhead1915.03.0210 (1915.03.0210)
1.7 x .8 x .8 cm (2 g)
Location: Asia, West; Lebanon; Saida
Classification/Nomenclature: Science & Technology T&E : Armaments : Edged Weapons

Baby Feeder1926.01.0008 (1926.01.0008)
12.4 x 10.7 x .5 cm (209 g)
Location: Asia, West; Cyprus
Period: Orientalizing; 4th – 2nd century BC
Classification/Nomenclature: Materials T&E : Food Service T&E : Drinking Vessels

Figurine: Boy with Dog1922.01.0093 (1922.01.0093)
14 x 6.1 x 4.5 cm (156 g)
Location: Asia, West; Turkey; Izmir
Period: Hellenistic; 350 - 200 BC
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art

Plaster Cast Reproduction of The Phaistos Disc1913.02.0003 (1913.02.0003)
16.8 x 15.7 x 2.3 cm (380 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Crete; Hagia Triada
Period: Middle Minoan III; 18th century BC
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Documentary Artifacts : Other Documents

Reproduction of Minoan Votive Object: Nautilus Shell1914.02.0010 (1914.02.0010)
4.2 x 2.5 x 2.2 cm (8 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Crete
Period: Minoan
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Religious Objects

Reproduction of Minoan Votive Object: Nautilus Shell1914.02.0011 (1914.02.0011)
7.2 x 3.2 x 2.9 cm (30 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Crete
Period: Minoan; 1800–1700 BC
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Religious Objects

Reproduction of Minoan Religious Plaque: Flying Fish1914.02.0021 (1914.02.0021)
11.6 x 8.9 x .9 cm (28 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Crete
Period: Minoan; 1800–1700 BC
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Religious Objects

Plaster Reproduction of a Drinking Rhyton1916.01.0005 (1916.01.0005)
28.3 x 10.1 x 7.2 cm (780 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Island of Psyra
Period: Minoan; 1610- 1550 BC
Classification/Nomenclature: Materials T&E : Food Service T&E : Drinking Vessels

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

Reproduction of Minoan Votive Figure: Leaping Man1920.01.0001 (1920.01.0001)
28.9 x 13.9 x 6.8 cm (138 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Crete; Palace of Knossus
Period: Middle Minoan III; 16th century BC
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Religious Objects

Plaster Cast Reproduction Votive Figure: Robe1914.02.0015 (1914.02.0015)
23.1 x 13.1 x 1.8 cm (283 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Crete; Knossos
Period: Middle Minoan III; 1800 - 1700 BC
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Religious Objects

Figurine Fragment: Legs 1922.01.0006 (1922.01.0006)
12.9 x 6.8 x 3.2 cm (418 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Cyclades
Period: Cycladic; 2500 BC
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Art

Plaster Cast Cycladic Figure: Female1914.04.0002 (1914.04.0002)
19.1 x 5.2 x 3.4 cm (94 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Cyclades
Period: Cycladic; 3000 – 2000 BC
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Religious Objects

Body Sherd1956.02.0003 (1956.02.0003)
8.8 x 8.5 x .7 cm (44 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Thessaloniki (Thessaly)
Period: Neolithic; 4000 – 3000 BC
Classification/Nomenclature: Unclassifiable Artifacts

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