An Etruscan Terracotta revetment tile
with bull striding to right with a plaited tail in high relief.
Italy, circa 5th/6th century BC
11.38"h x 13.5"w x 0"d
A marble head of a goddess
with elaborate hair style; from a cult statue after a Greek prototype of the early 5th century BC.
Greece, circa 5th Century BC
Formerly of the Corbeil collection, Montreal, acquired in France in the 1950's.
12.2"h x 11"w x 11"d
Attic red-figure column krater
Front: A draped youth with long hair orates with his arm extended toward a draped bearded male, probably a judge, at left; another, possibly the youths instructor, watches. Rev: two draped youths facing a bearded male.
Greece, ca. 460-450 BC
14"h x 14"w x 0"d
A pair of middle Bronze Age arm spirals
Exceptionally well preserved Salgotarjan Type (Svedlar) armware with decorative incision work
Slovakia, c. 1500-1300 BCE
9.4"h x 5.5"w x 0"d