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    Two antenna daggers with bronze handle and scabbard, from the Hallstatt burial site, Austria. Detail of 07-01-04/10. Left dagger, overall length: 44.6 cm

    07-01-04/ 9

    Ushebti figures (servants for the deceased) from the tomb of Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings, Thebes. 1340 BCE, New Kingdom Height: 53.8 cm

    08-01-02/54

    Persian dignitary dressed in Persian trousers and Kyrbasia cap (dress of a traveller). Silver statuette from the court of Artaxerxes I (464-424 BCE), Susa, Iran

    08-02-03/46

    Seated woman. Steatite statuette Early dynastic period II, Ur I (2645-2460 BCE) from the temple of Ishtar at Mari, Syria Height 34.4 cm

    08-02-08/11

    Sleeping Ariadne. Roman replica of a marble figure (3rd-2nd BCE) found at the Villa Borgheses, Rome Length 150 cm MA 340

    10-01-01/67

    "The holy bird of Artemis". Hawk with streched wings. Gold clasp (1st half of 6th BCE) from the foundations of the temple of Artemis Ephesus, Turkey Height 2.6 cm - weight 45 g

    10-01-03/35

    Heracles killing the lion. Black-figured amphora (500 BCE) from Attica, Greece. Height 50 cm F 33

    10-03-01/22

    Phaedra and maid servant. Fresco (1st CE) from Pompeii.

    11-01-02/30

    Ariadne. Fresco (1st CE) from Pompeii, Italy. Inv. 9047

    11-01-02/43

    Fancy dress banquet. Mosaic (200-220 CE) from El Jem (Thysdrus), Tunis. Inv. 3361

    11-01-03/ 9

    Audience room of Frederic the Great at Sanssouci Palace (1745-1747), built by his order, near his royal residence in Potsdam, as a country seat atop sheltered terraces for vine and fig trees.

    14-02-01/11

    The bathroom of Emperor Napoleon I Bonaparte in Versailles.

    26-03-04/26

    Reverse panels of the altar of The Last Judgement. Center top: Annunciation; below: Saints Sebastian and Anthony,patron of the Hospice de Beaune; left:Nicolas Rolin, chancellor of the Dukes of Burgundy, right: his wife; angels holding the couple's coats of arms. 1434

    40-04-04/34

    Anna Katharina Gonzaga, second wife of Archduke Ferdinand II of Tyrol (1529-1595), in her wedding dress. Oil on canvas (around 1582) 130 x 95 cm. Inv. 8217

    40-05-02/40

    Ophelia 1851-2 Shakespeare's character Ophelia, driven insane by the murder of her father by her lover Hamlet, is portrayed singing in her madness as she drowns. Canvas; 762 x 1118 mm N01506

    40-06-01/28

    La Primavera (Spring). Detail of 40-07-01/60 Tempera on wood (1477) 203 x 314 cm Inv. 8360 See also 40-07-01/60-70

    40-07-01/61

    Room in Brooklyn,1932 Canvas

    40-12-19/17

    Saluzzo comes to fetch his future bride from her parents. From The Story of Griselda after Bocaccio's Decamerone. Distemper on wood, painted cassone (front) (1430) Height: 42 cm

    40-14-02/58

    Queen's lyre from Ur, southern Iraq, 2600-2400 BCE. Stringed instrument with a bull's head, found in the grave of Queen Pu-abi, part of the Royal Tombs in the cemetery at Ur. Along with the lyre were the bodies of ten women with fine jewellery, presumed to be sacrificial victims. One woman lay right against the lyre, the bones of her hands placed where the strings wuld have been. ANE 121198A

    03-03-01/43

    The lid of one of four canopic jars found in tomb No.55 in the Valley of the Kings. It may originally have been made for Kiya (she was a wife of Pharaoh Akhenaten. Little is known about her, and she is scarcely documented until Akhenaten's first and Chief wife Nefertiti disappears from the record). It dates from the Amarna period. Alabaster; Valley of the Kings, Luxor, Egypt. New Kingdom (19th dynasty).

    03-03-02/57

    The "Kuffarn Situla" from Lower Austria. Situlae are bronze vessels from the early Iron Age, usually with relief decorations, which were in use as cult vessels in Italy and the Alpine regions. See 07-0103/27-31 Sheet bronze, height 25 cm

    07-01-03/26

    Peasant couple ploughing. Wallpainting in the vaulted tomb chamber of Sennedjem (No. 1), a necropolis official of the early Ramessid Period (18th Dynasty), in the cemetery of Deir el-Medina.

    08-01-01/ 4

    Men trampling grapes, one racking must. Detail of a wallpainting in the tomb of Nakht, scribe and priest under Pharaoh Tuthmosis IV (18th Dynasty, 16th- 14th BCE), in the cemetery of Sheikh Abd al-Qurnah.

    08-01-01/56

    Portrait of Tutankhamun from the inner coffin of the tomb of Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings, Thebes. Detail of 08-01-02/50 Gold and precious stones 1342 BCE, New Kingdom

    08-01-02/51

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