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This Statuette of a Wild Sheep or a Ram was carved from a thin stone pebble, which is still partially translucent, despite the current dark and worn appearance of the surface.
This statuette represents a very popular mythological hybrid figure that was largely widespread in Near Eastern iconography from the Sumerian period.
This bronze cast Applique in the shape of the Bust of Herakles is slightly hollow in the lower part. Given its semicircular outline, it is thought to have been part of a bed decoration (fulcrum).
This brooch was modeled in a thin, but strong bronze plaque. It represents a horse with a stylized and simple, though clear outline.
This brooch was modeled from a thin but resistant bronze plate, which shows a central, cross-shaped openwork pattern: it is decorated with a symmetrical, abstract motif composed of four circles alternating with lanceolate leaves.
Carved from two fragments of dark green stone mottled with light patches (steatite probably), these two objects represent animals with highly stylized and abstract shapes.
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