Maschen disc brooch
The Maschen disc brooch is an Early Medieval fibula, which was found in 1958 during archaeological excavations of the late Saxon grave field near Maschen, in the Lower Saxony district of Harburg, Germ...
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Zbruch Idol
The Zbruch Idol (Polish: Światowid ze Zbrucza; Ukrainian: Збручанський ідол, Russian: Збручский идол) is a 9th-century sculpture, more precisely an example of a bałwan, and one of the few ...
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Lady of Guardamar
Lady of Guardamar (Dama de Guardamar), also known as the Lady of Cabezo Lucero, is a limestone female bust, 50 cm high, dated circa 400 BCE, that was discovered in fragments in the Phoenecian archaeol...
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Blacas Cameo
The Blacas Cameo is an unusually large Ancient Roman cameo, 12.8 cm (5.0 in) high, carved from a piece of sardonyx with four alternating layers of white and brown. It shows the profile head...
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Brescia Casket
The Brescia Casket or Lipsanotheca (in Italian Lipsanoteca) is an ivory box, perhaps a reliquary, from the late 4th century, which is now in the Museo di Santa Giulia at San Salvatore in Brescia, Ita...
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Kyrenia ship
The Kyrenia ship is the wreck of a 4th-century BC Greek merchant ship. It was discovered by Greek-Cypriot diving instructor Andreas Cariolou in November 1965 during a storm. Having lost the exact posi...
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Ezana Stone
The Ezana stone is an artifact from the ancient Kingdom of Aksum. It is a stone monument which documents the conversion of King Ezana to Christianity and his subjugation of various neighboring areas, ...
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Vinkovci Treasure
18°48′04″E / 45.288188°N 18.801077°E / 45.288188; 18.801077The Vinkovci Treasure (Croatian: Vinkovačko blago) or Cibalae Treasure is a hoard of late Roman silver plate, discov...
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Regina Vasorum
The Regina Vasorum or Queen of Vases is a 4th-century BC hydria from Cumae depicting Eleusinian divinities with gilded flesh in polychrome relief. It is held in the collections of the Hermitage Museum...
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Hallaton Helmet
The Hallaton Helmet is a decorated iron Roman cavalry parade helmet originally covered in a sheet of silver and decorated in places with gold leaf. It was discovered in 2000 near Hallaton, Leicestersh...
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Alfred Jewel
2°26′27″W / 51.374687°N 2.440724°W / 51.374687; -2.440724The Alfred Jewel is an Anglo-Saxon artefact made of enamel and quartz enclosed in gold that was discovered in 1693, an...
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Decree of Philippi
A Royal Decree of Alexander the Great, as an arbitration on a land dispute between the city of Philippi and local Thracians (presumably of the Edonian tribes), was discovered in a Byzantine basilica a...
Tangendorf disc brooch
The Tangendorf disc brooch is an Iron Age fibula from the 3rd century AD, which was dug up in 1930 from the sand of a Bronze Age tumulus near Tangendorf, Toppenstedt, Harburg, Lower Saxony, Germany. T...
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Master of the Parement
The Master of the Parement of Narbonne, often referred to more briefly as the Master of the Parement or Parement Master is the name given to an artist of uncertain identity who flourished in France in...
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Lady of Elche
The Lady of Elche or Lady of Elx (Spanish: Dama de Elche, [ˈdama ðe ˈeltʃe]; Valencian: Dama d'Elx, [ˈdama ˈðɛʎtʃ]) is a once polychrome stone bust that was discovered by chance in 1897 at L'...
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Bremen cog
Bremen cog or Bremer Kogge is a well preserved wreck of a cog dated to 1380, found in 1962 in Bremen. Today it is displayed at the German Shipping Museum in Bremerhaven as one of the main features. Th...
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Biertan Donarium
The Biertan Donarium is a fourth-century Christian votive object found near the town of Biertan, in Transylvania, Romania.Made out of bronze in the shape of a Labarum, it has the Latin text , which ca...
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Erfurt Treasure
The Erfurt Treasure is a hoard of coins, goldsmith's work and jewelry that are assumed to have belonged to Jews who hid them in 1349 at the time of the Black Death pogroms. The pieces were found in 19...
Borovo Treasure
The Borovo Treasure, also known as the Borovo Silver Treasure, is a Thracian. hoard of five matching silver-gilt items discovered in late 1974 while ploughing a field in Borovo, Bulgaria.The treasure ...
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Hildesheim Treasure
The Hildesheim Treasure, unearthed on October 17, 1868 in Hildesheim, Germany, is the largest collection of Roman silver found outside imperial frontiers. Most of it can be dated to the 1st century AD...
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