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Grapeshot Ball1967.03.0005A (1967.03.0005A)
2.1 x cm (49 g)
Location: Europe, West; Spain
Period: 18th century
Classification/Nomenclature: Science & Technology T&E : Armaments : Ammunition

Grapeshot Ball1967.03.0005B (1967.03.0005B)
2 x cm (48 g)
Location: Europe, West; Spain; off the Florida coast near Cape Canaveral
Period: 18th century
Classification/Nomenclature: Science & Technology T&E : Armaments : Ammunition

Grapeshot Ball1967.03.0005C (1967.03.0005C)
2 x 2.1 cm (49 g)
Location: Europe, West; Spain; off the Florida coast near Cape Canaveral
Period: 18th century
Classification/Nomenclature: Science & Technology T&E : Armaments : Ammunition

Grapeshot Ball1967.03.0005D (1967.03.0005D)
2.1 x cm (29 g)
Location: Europe, West; Spain; off the Florida coast near Cape Canaveral
Period: 18th century
Classification/Nomenclature: Science & Technology T&E : Armaments : Ammunition

Grapeshot Ball Fragment1967.03.0005E (1967.03.0005E)
3.1 x 2 x 1.1 cm (26 g)
Location: Europe, West; Spain; off the Florida coast near Cape Canaveral
Period: 18th century
Classification/Nomenclature: Science & Technology T&E : Armaments : Ammunition

Grapeshot Ball Fragment1967.03.0005F (1967.03.0005F)
3.1 x 2.2 x 1.5 cm (29 g)
Location: Europe, West; Spain; off the Florida coast near Cape Canaveral
Period: 18th century
Classification/Nomenclature: Science & Technology T&E : Armaments : Ammunition

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: Tetradrachm, Thasos1900.63.0015 (1900.63.0015)
3.22 x .32 cm (16.56 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Thasos; Thasos
Period: 148-120 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Exchange Media
Description: This Greek coin is a Tetradrachm from Thasos, an island in the northern part of the Aegean Sea. It was struck in the mid-2nd century BCE...

Coin: Stater, Tarsus1900.63.0495 (1900.63.0495)
2.32 x .32 cm (10.36 g)
Location: Asia, West; Turkey; Tarsus
Period: Satrap Mazaios; 361-334 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Exchange Media
Description: This Greek coin is a silver Stater from Tarsus on the southeastern coast of Turkey. The coin was struck in the mid to late 4th century BCE...

Coin: Tetradrachm, Maroneia1900.63.0514 (1900.63.0514)
3.12 x .38 cm (16.51 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Thrace; Maroneia
Period: Hellenistic; After 148 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Exchange Media
Description: This Greek coin is a bronze Tetradrachm from Maroneia in Thrace in northern Greece. It was struck some time after 148 BCE...

Coin: Stater, Thebes1900.63.0523 (1900.63.0523)
2.18 x .51 cm (12.02 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Boeotia; Thebes
Period: Classical Greek; 426-387 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Exchange Media
Description: This Greek coin is a silver Stater from Thebes in the Boeotia region of southern Greece. It was struck in the late 5th to early 4th century BCE...

Coin: Hemidrachm, Thebes or Lamia1900.63.0602 (1900.63.0602)
1.42 x .21 cm (2.59 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Boetotia? Thessaly?; Thebes? Lamia?
Period: 400-344 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Exchange Media
Description: This Greek coin is a silver Hemidrachm from Lamia in central Greece. It was struck in the early to mid-4th century BCE...

Coin: Hemidrachm, Thebes1900.63.0672 (1900.63.0672)
1.53 x .23 cm (2.94 g)
Location: Europe, West; Greece; Boeotia; Thebes
Period: 4th century BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Exchange Media
Description: This Greek coin is a silver Hemidrachm from Thebes in the Boeotia region of Greece. It was struck in the 4th century BCE...

Grapeshot Ball1967.03.0005G (1967.03.0005G)
1.5 x cm (12 g)
Location: Europe, West; Spain; Off the Florida coast near Cape Canaveral.
Period: 18th century
Classification/Nomenclature: Science & Technology T&E : Armaments : Ammunition

Bitong, Brush Pot2005.11.0017 (2005.11.0017)
20.5 x 15.3 x 12 cm (1196 g)
Location: Asia, East; China
Period: Qing (Ch’ing) dynasty; 18th century
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication T&E : Written Communication T&E : Writing Accessories
Description: "An unsuual Chinese zitan brush holder (bitong) with overall high relief carving of grapes, vines, squirrels and open work, with a smaller container beside it...

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