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    Pectoral, an Egyptian-style necklace; a falcon spreading his wings, in the claws the symbol of life and the"knot of Isis".From the royal tomb III,Byblos. Gold, chased and chiselled, 19th BCE L: 20,5 cm H:6,3 cm AO 9093

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    Eagle with lion's head. Lapis lazuli, gold, copper and bitumen pendant Early dynastic period II (2658 BCE) from the Treasure of Ur, Mari, Syria

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    Fibulae (clasps) and rings from the "Treasure of Duchcov", Lahost, district of Teplice, Bohemia.


    Gold ring with the cartouche of Tutankhamon (1347-1336 BCE), found in the tomb of Tell el-Adjul. New Kingdom (16th-11th BCE), Egypt.


    Hercules and Omphale. Hercules is sold as a slave to Omphale, Queen of Lydia, to atone for the murder of Iphtios and the theft of the tripod of Delphi. The hero is forced to wear Omphale's clothes and jewelry. Copper, 24 x 19 cm Inv. 1126


    Cover of the Staurothek. Reliquary for the wood of the True Cross, Limburg. Enameled and jewelled (ca. 948-959)


    Sleeping Venus. Oil on oakwood (around 1608) 80 x 152 cm Inv. 1104


    Three bearded head pendants,protective amulets. Sand-core glass (4th-3rd BCE) from Carthage, Tunisia 6 cm


    Necklace of beads of rock crystal, amethyst and gold plaques decorated with hieroglyphs. From Canaan, Tell el-Ajjul (Late Bronze Age)


    Half-moon pendant pin from grave 900 at Hallstatt, Austria. Bronze Size: 17 cm


    Lady with an ermine - probably Cecilia Gallerani, mistress of Lodovico Moro Sforza (1451-1598),with whom she had two sons. Painted around 1490. Oil on walnut, 54,8 x 40,3 cm


    Gold diadem with oval butts, each with a lion's paw and winged horse on a filigree stand, from the tomb "Lady of Vix", Burgundy, France. Length: 22 cm, weight: 400 g


    Glass beads from tumuli in Slovenia


    A god with torque, a human figure on either side. Gundestrup Cauldron, outer plate. Embossed silver, gilded (1st BCE) La Tene III

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    Passatempi in villa: il ballo - Ball inside a house Canvas; 58 x 79cm Cl. I, n. 2157


    Portrait of a young woman from the Fayum Cemetery. Around 161-180, period of the Antonines. Encaustic on wood, 33 x 20 cm P 212


    Bracelet, gold, with lions' heads, incrustations of lapis lazuli and turquoises. From a princely tomb in Susa, 4th BCE, Achaemenid period. Detail: lions' heads of Sb 2761. For total of bracelets see 08-02-16/3

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    Kara Mustapha Pasha (1634-1683) Turkish Grand Vizier, Admiral of the Turkish fleet, member of the Sultans council. When his siege of Vienna in 1683 failed, he was executed by order of the Sultan. Oil on canvas, 75 x 49 cm


    Crown of the Kings of Bohemia. Gold, pearls, precious stones (1346)


    Mme. Pompadour (Jeanne Antoinette Poisson, Marquise de Pompadour) 1721-1764, influential mistress of Louis XV of France. Paper on canvas, 60 x 45,5 cm R.F. 2142


    Empress Zoe (1028-1050) holding the deed for the endowment of the church. Full Mosaic shows Christ flanked by Zoe and Emperor Constantine IX Monomachos. Detail of 15-03-09/18


    Charlemagne's talisman, sapphire in gold setting with jewels and pearls, found in the Emperor's tomb in Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle), Germany.

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    Gold jewelery (crown necklace, earrings, pins) from a burial chamber at the necropolis of Sindos (Important archaic era cemetery near Thessalonike, with 121 graves excavated, which has yielded some remarkable finds, some of which are reminiscent of Mycenaean artifacts, particularly the gold death masks); 560 BCE.


    Eleonora Gonzaga (1598-1655), wife of Emperor Ferdinand III, in her wedding dress. White brocade, metal threads, design of small golden branches, ruffs of Venetian lace. Canvas, 188 x 125 cm - Inv. 7146


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