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Classical Antiquity

Holdings include a larger group of ceramics and sculpture from ancient Cyprus plus a small group of Attic pottery and Greek and Roman sculpture. The most significant Classical object is a Panathenaic amphora by the Berlin Painter.

Animal Figure Jug
Cypriot
Animal Figure Jug
Middle Bronze Age (1900-1600 BCE)
12.1.21
Beak-mouthed Jug
Cypriot
Beak-mouthed Jug
Middle Bronze Age (1900-1600 BCE)
12.1.26
Wreathed Head of a Bearded Male
Cypriot
Wreathed Head of a Bearded Male
about 480-460 BCE
12.1.324
Cup with Long Spout
Cypriot
Cup with Long Spout
Midddle Bronze Age (1900-1600 BCE)
12.1.4
Jug
Cypriot
Jug
Early Bronze Age (2700-1900 BCE)
12.1.9
Pair of Lion Head Earrings
probably Tarantine
Pair of Lion Head Earrings
4th century BCE
2004.2.35569
Askos
Attic
Askos
late 5th century BCE
2012.46
Black-figure Panathenaic Prize Amphora depicting Athena between Columns (side a); Wrestlers and Judge...
Attributed to the Berlin Painter, Greek, Attic, active about 505 - 460 BCE
Black-figure Panathenaic Prize Amphora depicting Athena between Columns (side a); Wrestlers and Judge...
480-470 BCE
C.959.53
Red-figure Kylix
Attributed to the Epidromos Painter, Greek
Red-figure Kylix
520-500 BCE
C.970.35
Pyxis with lid
Geometric period
Pyxis with lid
Geometric Period (early 8th century BCE)
C.985.15
Ram
Unknown Roman
Ram
3rd-6th century
S.2000.52
Portrait Head of a Young Boy
Roman, Julio-Claudian era
Portrait Head of a Young Boy
about 10 BCE- 60 CE
S.965.90.14
Relief with a Nilotic Scene
Roman
Relief with a Nilotic Scene
1st century BCE
S.977.201
Sarcophagus Fragment with Eros, Three Nereids, a Triton, a Ichthyocentaur, and a Hippocamp
Early Antonine
Sarcophagus Fragment with Eros, Three Nereids, a Triton, a Ichthyocentaur, and a Hippocamp
about 140-160
S.977.21
Female Protome
Greek
Female Protome
about 500-475 BCE
S.978.4
Herm Head of a Bearded Man
Greco-Roman
Herm Head of a Bearded Man
2nd century
S.993.43.2
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