Attic black-figure kyathos of the Caylus Painter. 500 - 480 B.C. That must be Herakles with the bow and lion skin; not sure who the other fellow is.
GorgoMedusa, c. 500 BCE.
Magical amulet carved in redblack jasper. The front side shows the Middle Eastern divinity Abraxas. The back is inscribed IAW, possibly intended to be the Hebrew name of God. From the Roman Empire in the 2nd or 3rd century C.E. There seem to be scratches across the image; could that have been a hurried attempt to damage its power?
Mosaic round panel of a boar, chiseled out of some larger composition with "possible small restorations." Diameter 36 cm, or 14 inches.
Marble head of Hermes, c. 170 C.E.
Golden ring with a gemstone made of red cornelian depicting the helmeted Fortuna Panthea, 2nd or 3rd century C.E.
Terracotta votive head, 400 to 200 BCE.
Lekythos from Greek Italy, 325-300 BCE.
Etruscan bronze figurine of Herakles, c. 500 BCE
Silver Skyphos, c. 200-100 BCE. All from Gorny und Mosch.
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