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Workshop of Veit Stoss, Baptism of Christ (Nürnberg, ca. 1480-90, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)

Workshop of Veit Stoss, Baptism of Christ (Nürnberg, ca. 1480-90, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)

Pre-Achaemenid Silver and Gold Vessel in the Form of a Hero and a Winged Bull Found in Eastern Anatolia, Mesopotamia, and western Iran in the beginning of the 1st millennium BCE

Pre-Achaemenid Silver and Gold Vessel in the Form of a Hero and a Winged Bull Found in Eastern Anatolia, Mesopotamia, and western Iran in the beginning of the 1st millennium BCE

Rams Head, Detail - Thracian treasure. Big, wide, and deep gold vessels were used to dilute and mix wine. In some rituals, the three sacred liquids might be mixed - wine, honey, and milk. Photo by D.S. Lewis at the "Thrace and the Ancient World" exhibition in June 2011, at the National History Museum, Sofia, Bulgaria

Rams Head, Detail - Thracian treasure. Big, wide, and deep gold vessels were used to dilute and mix wine. In some rituals, the three sacred liquids might be mixed - wine, honey, and milk. Photo by D.S. Lewis at the "Thrace and the Ancient World" exhibition in June 2011, at the National History Museum, Sofia, Bulgaria

Cypriot terracotta relief depicting a warrior, late Hellenistic, 1st c. B.C.  Said to be from Kythrea, Cyprus; Cesnola Collection, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Cypriot terracotta relief depicting a warrior, late Hellenistic, 1st c. B.C. Said to be from Kythrea, Cyprus; Cesnola Collection, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Northwestern Iranian Gold Cup with Vultures and Gazelles, Marlik  12th cent-BCE. Northwestern Iranian Plateau: Upper Mesopotamia

Northwestern Iranian Gold Cup with Vultures and Gazelles, Marlik 12th cent-BCE. Northwestern Iranian Plateau: Upper Mesopotamia

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