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Bronze Age Women
Image by Hans Splinter

Bronze Age Women

Modern re-enactment of Bronze Age life.
Bronze coin 6-4 BCE
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Bronze coin 6-4 BCE

Bronze coin minted in Berytus, showing Augustus on one side and two aquilae between two standards on the back. The obverse inscription reads Imperator Caesar Augustus, the reverse Publius Quinctilius Varus.
Bronze Roman Military Diploma
Image by Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin

Bronze Roman Military Diploma

This official military discharge comprising 2 inscribed bronze plates was a copy of a master held in Rome. It was issued by the Emperor Trajan to Reburrus, a Spanish junior officer (decurion) in the 1st Pannonian cavalry regoiment. The certificate...
Bronze Discus
Image by Mark Cartwright

Bronze Discus

An inscribed bronze discus from Olympia dedicated by Publius Asklepiades (After 241 CE). Olympia Archaeological Museum.
Bronze Zeus, Tarentum
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Bronze Zeus, Tarentum

A bronze statue of Zeus, Tarentum, southern Italy c. 530 BCE. (National Archaeological Museum of Tarento, Italy)
Bronze Belt from Ancient Georgia
Image by James Blake Wiener

Bronze Belt from Ancient Georgia

This is a belt made of bronze that was uncovered in eastern Georgia and dates from the second half of the second millennium BCE. It was made by the Trialeti Culture. (Georgian National Museum, Tbilisi)
Bronze As coin from the Roman Republic
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Bronze As coin from the Roman Republic

This is one of the first Roman portrait coins. Roman Republican coins did not usually depict living people, although a statue of the politician Sulla appeared on a coin during his lifetime. The son of Pompey the Great adapted a traditional...
Bronze Coin, Venusia
Image by Mark Cartwright

Bronze Coin, Venusia

A Roman bronze coin of Venusia (modern Venosa), southern Italy. Eagle grasping three arrows and VE inscription. (Archaeological Museum of Venosa, Italy)
Bronze Bust of an Amazon
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Bronze Bust of an Amazon

Roman bust of an Amazon carrying a sheathed sword and wearing an Eastern-style cap. Bronze. 1st Century CE. 14.5 cm (5.7 in) in height. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)
Ancient Greek Sculpture
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Ancient Greek Sculpture

The sculpture of ancient Greece from 800 to 300 BCE took inspiration from Egyptian and Near Eastern monumental art, and evolved into a uniquely Greek vision of the art form. Greek artists captured the human form in a way never before seen...
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