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    Vase with ship and animals. Painted pottery, Pre-Dynastic Period (34th-30th BCE), Egypt. Inv. 20 304

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    Female figure, with raised arms (dancer?) 4000-3000 BCE, predynastic, Nagada I Ivory, H:20 cm

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    Sitting goddess. Terracotta. From Pazardzik, Bulgaria. Karanovo Culture, Neolithic (5th-4th mill. BCE) Height 18.4 cm

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    Top of a staff with lion heads.Gold tubus with ornaments and lapis lazuli knob,Achaemenid period 5th-4th BCE. From the Oxus Treasure, the most important collection of gold and silver to have survived from the Achaemenid period, is from a temple on the banks of the river Oxus, Tajikistan. Cat. 135 908

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    Knife from Jebel el-Arak,near Abydos.Negade II,3.500 - 3.100 BCE.Silex and hyppopotamus ivory, H: 25,5 cm Verso of the handle.A bearded person flanked by two lions,desert animals and dogs.Inspired by Mesopotamian art. E 11517 For overall and recto see 08-01-01/1,2.

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    Palette with wild animals and dogs. Oval slate with hollow centre. Reverse side of 08-01-08/3. (36th-35th BCE) Pre-Dynastic Period, Egypt. Grauwacke, 32 x 17,7 x 1,8 cm E 11 052

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    Male figurine with phallic sheath, 4000 - 3800 BCE Predynastic, Nagada I Elephant-ivory, H: 23,5 cm

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    Seated or kneeling human figure with large, mask-like head. Terracotta from Kosovo, Serbia Vinca-Plocnik Culture, Neolithic (5th mill. BCE). Height 21.5 cm

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    The "Narmer palette", a late pre-dynastic schist ceremonial palette. Pharaoh Narmer is shown wearing the Red Crown,subduing Lower Egypt.Narmer's rectangular cartouche on top of the palette. Two mythical animals with intertwined necks.From Hierakonpolis, Kom el-Ahmar

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    Carved knife;Blade flint,handle hippopotamus-ivory.Four registers.Fighting warriors and two different ship types.Recto. (32nd-31st BCE), Pre-Dynastic Period, Negade II. From Jebel el Arak, south of Abydos,Egypt. 25,5 cm Inv. 11517

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    Female statuette, en face. Terracotta. From Cucuteni, Romania. See also 06-01-02/24. Neolithic (5th mill. BCE). Height 15 cm Inv. II 3126

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    Mother and child. Terracotta From Drenovac, Serbia. Vinca Culture, Neolithic (5th mill. BCE). Height 21 cm Inv. 5670

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    Cult complex "Soborul zeitelor" of Poduri (Assembly of Goddesses). 21 clay idols, 15 of which are painted, 6 unpainted, 13 thrones, 1 clay ball, 1 conical clay object. Pre-Cucuteni culture; settlement tumulus. From Poduri - Dealul Ghindaru, Romania. First half of the 5th Millenium BCE.

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    Seated female figure, terracotta. From Barilievo, Kosovo. Vinca-Plocnik Culture, Neolithic (5th mill. BCE). Height 18 cm Inv. BA-001

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    Female idol from Strelice, Moravia. Lengyel Culture, Neolithic (5th-4th mill. BCE) Terracotta. Height 21.5 cm

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    Clay female figurine sitting on a cushion. The lower part of the body appears realisticly modeled, while the neck and head are unproportionally elongated. Painted decor on the head. Settlement tumulus; Late Neolithic (Karanovo III-IV). Height: 12cm

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    Stone relief from the Apadana (audience hall) at Persepolis, Achaemenid Persian, from Persepolis, south-west Iran, 6th-5th century BC. This broken relief from the Persian royal capital Persepolis depicts a row of so-called Susian guards. They are very similar to figures formed from moulded glazed bricks from the city of Susa. They may represent the 'immortals' who made up the king's personal bodyguard. Towards the end of the reign of the Persian king Cambyses a revolt broke out. On his way to deal with the problem, Cambyses was accidentally killed. The rebellion was eventually crushed by a group of seven conspirators and one of them, Darius, became the next king. He was keen to stress his legitimacy and founded Persepolis as a new royal centre. His successors Xerxes, Artaxerxes I and Artaxerxes III continued to build at Persepolis.The most important structures were built on a terrace of natural rock which rose above the surrounding plain. Remains of some fifteen major buildings survive, including the Apadana or audience hall. This relief comes from the north side of the east wing of the Apadana, where the figures decorated a staircase. The reliefs originally showed the enthroned Persian king in the centre, while towards him moved processions of tribute bearers representing twenty-three different subject peoples.Persepolis was destroyed by Alexander the Great in 330 BC. ANE, 118838

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    Small mask, terracotta. From Predionica, Kosovo. Vinca-Plocnik Culture, Neolithic (5th mill. BCE). Height 16 cm Inv. 158

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    Concubine of the dead. Ivory figurine, 1st-2nd Dynasties (32nd-27th BCE), Archaic Period, Egypt. E 11 888

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    Gold model chariot from the Oxus treasure, Achaemenid Persian, from the region of Takht-i Kuwad, Tadjikistan, 5th-4th century BC. This remarkable model is one of the most outstanding pieces in the Oxus treasure, which dates mainly from the 5th and 4th centuries BC, and is the most important surviving collection of gold and silver to have survived from the Achaemenid period. The model chariot is pulled by four horses or ponies. In it are two figures wearing Median dress. The Medes were from Iran, the centre of the Achaemenid empire. The front of the chariot is decorated with the Egyptian dwarf-god Bes, a popular protective deity. ANE, 123908

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    Vessel in the form of a winged man-bull. Terracotta with red and white paint. Karanovo Culture, Neolithic (5th mill. BCE). From Goljam Izvor, Bulgaria. Height 16 cm Inv. 223

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    Vessel in the form of the lower part of a female body. From Drenovac, Serbia. Vinca-Plocnik Culture. Terracotta (5th-4th mill. BCE), Neolithic. Length 7.5 cm

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    Seated female idol. Terracotta From Predionica, Kosovo. Vinca-Plocnik Culture, Neolithic(5th mill. BCE). Height 18 cm Inv. 161

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    Carved knife.Blade flint,handle hippopotamus-ivory,Four registers.Fighting warriors and two different ship types.Recto. (32nd-31st BCE), Pre-Dynastic Period, Negade II. From Jebel el Arak, Egypt Inv. 11517 Detail of handle.See also 08-01-08/1 for verso.

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