Ancient Eastern Mediterranean

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Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying King Ptolemy I
Greco-Egyptian
Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying King Ptolemy I, 367/284 BC
Pendant in the Shape of a Head
Phoenician; probably from the Eastern Mediterranean, or possibly from Carthage
Pendant in the Shape of a Head, 5th century/3rd century BC
Alabastron (Container for Scented Oil)
Eastern Mediterranean, possibly the Syro-Palestinian region
Alabastron (Container for Scented Oil), 200/150 BC
Alabastron (Container for Scented Oil)
Eastern Mediterranean, possibly from Rhodes
Alabastron (Container for Scented Oil), late 6th/5th century BC
Amphoriskos (Container for Oil)
Eastern Mediterranean
Amphoriskos (Container for Oil), Hellenistic, 2nd/1st century BC
Jar
Eastern Mediterranean
Jar, 4th/5th century AD
Aryballos (Container for Oil)
Eastern Mediterranean, possibly from Rhodes
Aryballos (Container for Oil), late 6th/early 5th century BC
Amphoriskos (Container for Oil)
Eastern Mediterranean, possibly from Rhodes
Amphoriskos (Container for Oil), late 6th/5th century BC
Hydriske
Eastern Mediterranean or Italian
Hydriske, mid-4th/early 3rd century BC
Amphoriskos (Container for Oil)
Eastern Mediterranean, possibly from Rhodes
Amphoriskos (Container for Oil), late 6th/early 5th century BC
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