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Metropolitan Museum of Art

Female figure

4500 BCE-4000 BCE

Early Cycladic female figure

3200 BCE-2800 BCE

Cycladic seated harp player

2800 BCE-2700 BCE

Liangzhu Jade Cong

2400 BCE

Cycladic female figure

2300 BCE-2200 BCE

Cycladic Kernos — Vase for Offerings

2300 BCE-2200 BCE

Statue of Gudea

2090 BCE

Head of a Ruler

2300 BCE-2000 BCE

Minoan Pyxis Stone Lid

2600 BCE-1900 BCE

Minoan Serpentine Tankard

1750 BCE-1450 BCE

Minoan Agate Lentoid

1400 BCE-1400 BCE

Haematite Amygdaloid Seal

1600 BCE-1400 BCE

Minoan Haematite Cylinder Seal

1400 BCE-1300 BCE

Mycenaean Octopus Stirrup Jar

1200 BCE-1100 BCE

Minoan Bronze Tweezers

2900 BCE-1050 BCE

Bronze Basin

700 BCE

Ram's-head Amulet

712 BCE-664 BCE

Kushite priest wearing leopard's head

712 BCE-664 BCE

Bronze Etruscan Woman

600 BCE

Phoenician-style ewer

600 BCE

Canopic Urn

600 BCE

Greek Drinking Vessel

550 BCE

Bronze Statuette of a Bull

500 BCE

Terracotta column-krater

430 BCE

Terracotta calyx-krater

400 BCE-390 BCE

Etruscan Mirror

350 BCE

Jug in the Form of a Woman's Head (Oinochoe)

300 BCE

Terracotta Votive Statuette of Two Draped Females

300 BCE

Etruscan Woman

300 BCE

Zhong Bell, 戰國秦 青銅鐘

400 BCE-200 BCE

Alabaster Cinerary Urn

300 BCE-200 BCE

Head of Etruscan Woman

200 BCE

Perseus and Andromeda

90 BCE

Young Hercules

69 CE-96 CE

Statue of Aphrodite

100 CE

Mummy with an Inserted Panel Portrait of a Youth

80 CE-100 CE

Bronze Military Diploma

113 CE-114 CE

Emperor Antoninus Pius

138 CE-161 CE

Bronze Statuette of Jupiter

200 CE

The Three Graces

200 CE

Portrait of the emperor Caracalla

212 CE-217 CE

Bronze Statue of the emperor Trebonianus Gallus

251 CE

Standing Four-Armed Vishnu

400 CE

Standing Buddha Offering Protection

500 CE

Floor Mosaic with Ktisis

500 CE-550 CE

Seated Buddha

700 CE

Standing Female Deity, probably Durga

700 CE

Late Gupta Period Buddha

700 CE

Kneeling Male Attendant

921 CE-945 CE

Bust of Five-Headed Shiva

950 CE

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