Collections: Items Tagged "naqada I"

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On View: Table of Offerings

Objects like this were called “basins for libations.” Priests used them in tombs to receive poured offerings for the deceased, s...

Hiroshige's One Hundred Famous Views of Edo

Hiroshige's 118 woodblock landscape and genre scenes of mid-nineteenth-century Tokyo, is one of the greatest achievements of Japanese art.

    On View: Salt or Pepper Shaker, One of Pair

    These salt and pepper shakers were inspired by small figurines thought to represent native South American Aztec gods and goddesses, such as ...

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    Found 51 Items Tagged "naqada I"

    NecklacePottery FragmentOblong DishLeaf-Shaped Spear HeadBowl: Part of Twinned Set Joined at Rim                         NOTE: ADHERING BOWL IS STILL ATTACHED BUT IS IT NOT WHOLEFigurine of a Cow5 Shell braceletsFigurine of a HippopotamusStanding VaseConical CupArrow HeadConical Vase: Libyan TypeFragment of Large SawArrowhead or SpearheadLarge BowlBowlFlat UrnBifacial Chisel
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