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Mummy Mask from Early Roman Egypt
Image by Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin

Mummy Mask from Early Roman Egypt

Stucco on linen mummy mask of a woman dating to the early Roman period, beginning of the 1st century CE. The headdress, earrings, two necklaces, rings, and bracelets were prominently imitated. The black curly hair was imitated from dyed flax...
Early Bronze Age Bell Beakers from Iberia
Image by James Blake Wiener

Early Bronze Age Bell Beakers from Iberia

These clay bell beakers come from the Early Bronze Age necropolis of Ciempozuelos (Cuesta de la Reina, Madrid), Spain and they were found during excavations conducted in the late 19th century CE. (Ciempozuelos was the first Bell-Beaker necropolis...
Early Snow at Louveciennes by Sisley
Image by Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Early Snow at Louveciennes by Sisley

A c. 1871 oil on canvas, Early Snow at Louveciennes, by Alfred Sisley (1839-1899), the Franco-British impressionist painter. Sisley worked with Camille Pissarro (1830-1903) at Louveciennes near Paris, and the influence on Sisley is clear...
Early-18th Century Flintlock Pistol
Image by Metropolitan Museum of Art

Early-18th Century Flintlock Pistol

A flintlock pistol, c. 1700-1730. English lock and stock. (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)
Egypt in the Early Hyksos Period
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Egypt in the Early Hyksos Period

Egypt and its political situation during the Second Intermediate Period (c. 1782 - c.1570 BCE), in which the Hyksos held power in the North and the Nubians held power to the South.
Mesopotamian Art and Architecture
Definition by Joshua J. Mark

Mesopotamian Art and Architecture

Ancient Mesopotamian art and architectural works are among the oldest in the world, dating back over 7,000 years. The works first appear in northern Mesopotamia prior to the Ubaid Period (c. 5000-4100 BCE) and then developed in the south...
Early Elamite Clay Tablet with Numerical Signs from Southern Iran
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Early Elamite Clay Tablet with Numerical Signs from Southern Iran

Early Elamite clay tablet with numerical signs found in Tappeh Yahya, Kerman, dating to c. 3100 to 2900 BCE (Yahya Period IVc). National Museum of Iran, Tehran, inv. no. 4065. Photo by Nima Fakoorzadeh (Baloot Noghrei) Tappeh Yahya...
Early Writing Tablet
Image by Jade Koekoe

Early Writing Tablet

This table is made of clay and was found in Southern Iraq (3100-3000 BCE). Early writing was used as a way to keep track of the administration and it was only in later years its uses evolved. Early writing in Mesopotamia was made by pressing...
An Illustrated Map of Medieval and Early Modern Europe (From the Novel
Image by David Tollen

An Illustrated Map of Medieval and Early Modern Europe (From the Novel "The Jericho River")

An illustrated map of medieval and early modern Europe. From the novel The Jericho River by David Tollen.
Early-modern Bookwheel
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Early-modern Bookwheel

An early-modern bookwheel, used to display several open books at once. (Jagiellonian University Museum Krakow, Poland)
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