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The Entire Collection of Antiquities

(except coins: see Coins [under Antiquities])

N.1 Italo-Corinthian Alabastron (acquired 1909), said to be from Cerveteri (6th c BCE)
N.2 Italo-Corinthian Alabastron (acquired 1909), said to be from Cerveteri (6th c BCE)
N.3 Italo-Corinthian Alabastron (acquired 1909), said to be from Cerveteri (6th c BCE)
N.4 Italo-Corinthian Aryballos (acquired 1909), said to be from Excavations around Bolsena July 24-31. (6th c BCE)
N.5 Italo-Corinthian Aryballos (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (6th c BCE)
N.6 Sub-Geometric Skyphos (acquired 1909), said to be from ?Cumae (7th c BCE)
N.7 Italo-Corinthian Aryballos (acquired Unknown), said to be from Italy (6th c BCE)
N.8 Lidded Italo-Corinthian Pyxis (acquired Unknown), said to be from Italy. (6th c BCE)
N.9 Geometric Lidded Pyxis (acquired 1963), possibly Boeotian (c 700 BCE)
N.10 plain Ionian Kylix (acquired 1964), said to be from Ionia (Late 6th c BCE)
N.11 BF Attic lekythos in what could be called Haspel's Trebeniste Group (acquired ?1955; Haspels ABL pp. 17, 67), said to be from Italy (Late 6th c BCE, c. 530); description: 3 figures draped in himatia
N.12 BF Attic Lekythos (acquired 1974), said to be from ?Italy. (490 BCE); description: Apollo & Herakles battle over the tripod, flanked by Artemis and Athena
N.13 White-ground Attic Lekythos (acquired 1964), said to be from Greece (1st h of 5th c BCE); description: flute player at altar flanked by 2 dancing warriors
N.14 Italo-Corinthian Aryballos (acquired 1968), said to be from Italy (6th c BCE)
N.15 RF Attic Lekythos by the Aischines Painter, said to be from Greece (1st half of 5th c BCE); description: woman runs right
N.16 RF Attic Lekythos (acquired 1994), said to be from Greece (2nd qtr of 5th c BCE); description: woman pours libation at altar
N.17 Black-glaze Cup (acquired 1958), said to be from ?Italy (4th C BCE)
N.18 Black-glaze Dish (acquired 1958), said to be from ?Italy (4th-3rd c BCE); description: palmettes
N.19 Sessile Kantharos (acquired 1953), said to be from Italy (2nd h of 5th c BCE); description: Saint-Valentine class: A, black feathered scales; B, alternating vertical stripes
N.20 White-ground Lekythos by the Tymbos Painter (acquired Unknown), said to be from Greece (2nd h of 5th c BCE); description: woman at tomb
N.21 Black-glaze Skyphos (acquired 1974), said to be from S Italy (4th c BCE)
N.22 Italo-Geometric Dish (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy. (7th c BCE)
N.23 One-handled bowl (acquired 1958), said to be from Italy (8th c BCE)
N.24 Bucchero Kantharos (acquired 1958), said to be from Italy (Late 7th-early 6th c BCE)
N.25 Bucchero Skyphos (acquired 1988), said to be from Italy (Late 7th-early 6th c BCE)
N.26 Bucchero Jug (acquired 1955), said to be from Italy (6th c BCE)
N.27 Bucchero Jug (acquired 1955), said to be from Italy (6th c BCE)
N.28 Bucchero Jug (acquired 1955), said to be from Date: 6th c B CE)
N.29 Miniature Kalathos (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy. (4th-3rd c BCE)
N.30 BF Small Attic palmette lekythos from the Beldam Workshop. (acquired Unknown), said to be from Greece (First half of 5th c BCE); description: palmettes
N.31 Duck-shaped Baby Feeder (acquired 1967), said to be from Italy (4th-3rd c BCE)
N.32 Bucchero Trefoil-mouth Oenochoe (acquired ?1955), said to be from Italy (6th c BCE)
N.33 TC Female Figurine Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.34 TC Female Figurine Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.35 TC Female Figurine (acquired 1909), said to be from Capua (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.36 TC Female Figurine Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.37 TC Female Figurine Fragment (acquired 1909 ), said to be from Praeneste (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.38 TC Female Figurine Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.39 TC Female Figurine Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.40 TC Female Figurine Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.41A/B Two joining (not mended) Fragments of Seated Male Figurine (acquired 1909 ), said to be from Praeneste (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.42 TC Female Figurine Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.43 TC Female Figurine (acquired 1909), said to be from Capua (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.44 TC Female Figurine Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (2nd/1st c BCE)
N.45 TC Female Figurine Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (2nd/1st c BCE)
N.46 TC Female Figurine Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (2nd/1st c BCE)
N.47 Fragment of Seated Figurine (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.48 TC Votive Patera (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.49 TC Votive Jug (acquired 1909), said to be from ?Italy (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.50 TC Votive Patera (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.51-62 TC Votive Paterae (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.63 TC Uterus (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (2nd/1st c BCE)
N.64 TC Phallus (or Stopper) (acquired 1958), said to be from ?Italy (2nd/1st c BCE)
N.65 TC Female Figurine. (acquired 1909), said to be from Capua (2nd/1st c BCE)
N.66 TC ?Warrior (acquired 1909), said to be from Capua (3rd-1st c BCE)
N.67 TC Figurine (acquired 1909), said to be from Capua (3rd-1st c BCE)
N.68 TC Female Figurine Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.69-73 TC Female Figurine Fragments (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.74 TC Male Figurine (acquired 1909), said to be from Capua (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.75-78 TC Male Figurine Fragments (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.79 TC Rooster (acquired 1964), said to be from ? (?)
N.80 TC Family Group (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.81 TC Boar (acquired 1909), said to be from Etruria (?)
N.82 TC Bull (acquired 1909), said to be from Etruria (?)
N.83 TC Female Figurine (acquired 1909), said to be from Capua (6th c BCE)
N.84 TC Reclining Eros Figurine (acquired 1931), said to be from ? (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.85 TC Head of Figure (acquired 1909), said to be from Capua (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.86 stone Head of Female Figure (acquired 1955), said to be from Italy (2nd c BCE)
N.87 TC Female Figurine Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (6th c BCE)
N.88 TC Figurine Head (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (3rd c BCE)
N.89 TC Seated Female w Child (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (2nd-1st C BCE)
N.90 TC Figurine of Muse (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (2nd c BCE)
N.91 Bronze Furniture Attachment in shape of Medusa Head (acquired 1971), said to be from ? Italy (1st c CE)
N.92-95 Bronze Weights (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.96 Bronze Ring (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.97-98 Bronze Buttons (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.99-100 Bronze Harness Attachments (acquired 1909), said to be from Puteoli (?)
N.101 Bronze Drop Handle (acquired 1909), said to be from Puteoli (?)
N.102 bronze Vessel Handle Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Puteoli (?)
N.103 Bronze Torque (acquired 1909), said to be from Baiae (?)
N.104-110 Bronze Fibulae (acquired 1909), said to be from Capua or Baiae (?)
N.111 Bronze Finial (acquired 1909), said to be from Puteoli (?)
N.112 Bronze Circlet (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.113 ? Iron Javelin Head (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.114 Bronze Strap Holder (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.115 Bronze Pin (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.116 Bronze Ear-Cleaner (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.117 Bronze Wheel (acquired 1909), said to be from Puteoli (?)
N.118 Bronze Drop Handle (acquired 1909), said to be from Puteoli (?)
N.119-122 TC Unguentaria (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.123 TC Fusiform Unguentarium (acquired 1958), said to be from Italy (?)
N.124 Two-handled Bowl (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy, ? Etruria (Mid-1st c CE)
N.125 One-handled Cup (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey (2nd-4th CE)
N.126 Coarse Feeding Bottle (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey (?)
N.127 Partially-coated Skyphos (acquired 1909), said to be from Cumae (4th c BCE)
N.128 Casserole (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Late 2nd-early 3rd c CE)
N.129 Lid (acquired ?1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.130 Amphora Stopper (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Late 2nd-early 3rd c CE)
N.131 Handleless cup (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey (?)
N.132 Small Ribbed Jug (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (2nd-3rd c CE)
N.133 Small Amphora (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey (?)
N.134 Coarse Jug (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.135 Red Painted Jug (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey (Early 2nd c CE)
N.136 Ribbed Jug (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (2nd-3rd c CE)
N.137 Bulbous Unguentarium (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (2nd-3rd c CE)
N.138 Fusiform Unguentarium (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (2nd-3rd c CE)
N.139 Fusiform Unguentarium (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey (2nd c CE)
N.140 Italo-Geometric Bowl (acquired 1909), said to be from Bolsena (Ca 700 BCE)
N.141 Mycenaean Dipper (acquired 1957), said to be from ? Perati, Attica (Ca 1200 BCE)
N.142 TC Female Figurine Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.143 TC Figurine of Athena (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (2nd 1st c BCE)
N.144 TC Female Figurine Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.145 TC Votive Leg (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (3rd-1st c BCE)
N.146 TC Female Figurine Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.147-150 TC Votive Feet (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.151 TC Head of Swaddled Infant (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (3rd c BCE)
N.152 TC Head of Demeter (acquired 1909), said to be from Cumae (4th-3rd c BCE)
N.153 TC Veiled Head of Woman (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (3rd-2nd c BCE)
N.154 Miniature Marble Head of a Dacian Chieftain ("Barbarian") (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (2nd c. CE)
N.155 TC Votive Horse Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Etruria (3rd/1st c BCE)
N.156 TC Votive Shoulder Bust (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (4th/3rd c BCE)
N.157 Marble Hand & Pitcher (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Roman
N.158 Marble Base of Statuette of Asclepius (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Roman
N.158 Marble Base of Statuette of Asclepius (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Roman
N.159 TC Antefix in form of Woman's Head (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (3rd/2nd c BCE)
N.160 TC Antefix in form of Woman's Head (acquired 1909), said to be from Capua (3rd c BCE)
N.161 TC Architectural Frieze Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Late 1st c BCE - early 1st c CE; description: scrolls and Gorgoneion
N.162 TC Architectural Frieze Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Late 1st c BCE) - early 1st c CE; description: bucrania and garlands
N.163-165 TC Palmette Antefixes (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Late 1st c BCE) - early 1st c CE)
N.166 TC Terminal Tile Frieze (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (3rd c CE)
N.167 TC Architectural Frieze Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy Date: Late 1st c BCE) - early 1st c CE; description: mature bearded male facing l wearing fillet with uraeus above forehead
N.168 TC Architectural Frieze Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Late 1st c BCE) - early 1st c CE; description: youthful male wearing flat fillet with uraeus above forehead
N.169 TC Architectural Frieze Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Late 1st c BCE) - early 1st c CE; description: Apollo?
N.170 TC Architectural Frieze Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Late 1st c BCE) - early 1st c CE; description: female figure
N.171 -175, 177-182 Painted Plaster fragments with band decoration (acquired 1909), said to be from Rome, ?Porta Salaria, Porta Pia (Late 1st c BCE) - early 1st c CE)
N.176 Fragment Painted Plaster Cornice (acquired 1909), said to be from Rome, ?Porta Salaria, ?Porta Pia (Late 1st c BCE) - early 1st c CE)
N.183-184 TC Female Figurine (acquired 1909), said to be from Capua (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.185 TC Architectural Frieze Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Late c 1st BCE)-early 1st c CE)
N.186 TC Architectural Frieze Fragment (?)Modern Forgery) (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Late 1st c BCE)-early 1st c CE; description: woman (?maenad) in peplos
N.187 TC Architectural Frieze Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (2nd-1st c BCE); description: Silen holding a circular basket of globular fruit
N.188 TC Architectural Frieze Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (2nd-1st c BCE); description: Cupid? riding dolphin
N.189 TC Architectural Frieze Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (2nd-1st c BCE); description: figures
N.190 TC Architectural Frieze Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (1st c BCE)-1st c CE; description: palmettes and lotus, fish
N.191 TC Architectural Frieze Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (1st c BCE)-1st c CE; description: satyr and grape vine
N.192 TC Architectural Frieze Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (1st c BCE)-1st c CE; description: figure approaching an altar, palmettes
N.193-195 TC Circular Hearthguard Fragments (forgery) (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?); description: dancing maenads
N.196 TC Tanagra-type Figurine of Eros (acquired 1931), said to be from ? (3rd c BCE)
N.197 TC Figurine of Armed Pig (acquired 1955), said to be from ?Italy (3rd-2nd c BCE)
N.198 Marble Table Leg Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (1st-3rd c CE; description: male figure
N.199 Marble Table Leg Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (1st-3rd c CE; description: woman
N.200 Marble Table Leg Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (1st-3rd c CE; description: Cupid
N.201-202 TC Votive Heads of Man (acquired 1909), said to be from Capua (2nd c BCE)
N.203 TC Jug-eared Male Votive Head (acquired 1909), said to be from Capua (2nd c BCE)
N.204 TC Head of Male (acquired 1975), said to be from S Italy (ca 500 BCE)
N.205 TC Female "Swinger" Fragment (acquired 1967), said to be from S. Italy (Late 6th c BCE)
N.206 TC Relief Plaque w Woman in Polos (acquired 1958), said to be from S Italy/Sicily (Late 6th c BCE)
N.207-208 TC Lamps (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy
N.209 TC Lamp (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey (3rd c BCE)
N.210 TC Lamp (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (4th-3rd c BCE)
N.211-212 TC Lamp (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey, ?Ephesus (2nd c BCE)-1st c CE)
N.213-214 TC Lamp (acquired 1955), said to be from ? (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.214 TC Lamp (acquired 1955), said to be from Cerveteri (Late 1st c CE)
N.215 TC Lamp (acquired 1958), said to be from ? (1st c CE)
N.216 TC Lamp (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey (1st c BCE) - 1st c CE)
N.217 TC Lamp (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (1st c CE)
N.218 TC Lamp (acquired 1923), said to be from Jebbael excavations. (1st c CE)
N.219 TC Lamp (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (1st c CE)
N.220 TC Lamp (acquired 1955), said to be from Italy (Late 1st c BCE)-early 1st c CE)
N.221 TC Lamp handle (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (1st c CE); description: Jupiter and eagle
N.222 TC Lamp (acquired 1909), said to be from Rome, Porta Salaria (1st c CE)
N.223 TC Lamp of Strenae Class (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (1st-2nd c CE)
N.224 Limestone Pigna (acquired 1909?), said to be from ? Praeneste
N.225 Limestone Pigna (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (?); description: D MAGIUS, probably modern
N.226 Limestone Pigna (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (?)
N.227 TC Helmet (acquired 1970), said to be from Italy (8th c BCE)
N.228 Etruscan Bronze Mirror (acquired 1968), said to be from Etruria (Late 3rd c BCE); description: in Corpus speculorum Etruscorum 1: Midwestern Collections #24, pp 43, 160-163
N.229 RF Attic Kylix (acquired 1954), said to be from Vulci (460-450 BCE); description: by Sabouroff Ptr: gymnasium scenes, A, B, I
N.230 TC Tripartite Cinerary Urn (acquired 1971), said to be from Italy (2nd h of 8th c BCE)
N.231 Faliscan Krater Fragment (acquired ?), said to be from Italy (1st h of 4th c BCE); description: by Ptr of Tübingen F13: Dionysus, satyr
N.232 Etrusco-Roman Storage Jar (acquired 1909 ), said to be from Italy (?)
N.233 Large Lid (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.234 Miniature Amphora (acquired 1944), said to be from ? (?)
N.235-237 TC Unguentaria (acquired 1909 ), said to be from Italy (?)
N.238 RF Bail Amphora (acquired 1973), said to be from Capua (360-330 BCE); description: Whiteface Ptr?: women
N.239 Transport Amphora (acquired 1909), said to be from off coast of Ostia (?)
N.240 Transport Amphora (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey (?)
N.241 Marble Lid of Cinerary Urn (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (?); description: masks, figures
N.242 Marble Entablature Fragment (acquired 1909 ), said to be from Italy (?)
N.243 Marble Ionic Capital Fragment (acquired 1909 ), said to be from Italy (?)
N.244 Marble Sarcophagus Fragment (acquired 1909 ), said to be from Italy (?); description: children farmers
N.245-246 TC Lamps (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (1st-2nd c CE)
N.247 TC Lamp (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey (4th-5th c CE)
N.248 TC Lamp (acquired 1955), said to be from ? (4th-5th c CE)
N.249 TC Lamp (acquired 1960), said to be from ? (Ca 100 CE)
N.250 TC Lamp (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (3rd c CE)
N.251 TC Lamp (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey (5th-6th c CE)
N.252 TC Lamp (acquired 1958), said to be from ? (Early 3rd c CE)
N.253 TC Lamp (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (5th c CE
N.254 TC Miniature Lamp on Stand (?)Plaster Forgery) (acquired 1955), said to be from ? (1st c CE)
N.255 TC Lamp (acquired 1955), said to be from Italy (1st c CE)
N.256 TC Islamic Lamp (acquired 1988, Rex Toomey Gift), said to be from Turkey (8th-12th c CE)
N.257 Painted Plaster Wall Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Rome, ?Porta Salaria, Porta Pia (1st c CE)
N.258 TC Lamp Finial with bust of Serapis (acquired 1958) (2nd c CE)
N.259 TC Votive Hand (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.260-261 TC Votive Hands (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.262 TC Votive Leg & Foot (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (?)
N.263-266 TC Votive Hands (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.267 RF Owl Cup (?)Modern forgery or partial forgery) (acquired 1955), said to be from ? (?)
N.268-269 TC Lamp (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (1st c BCE)-2nd c CE)
N.270 TC Lamp Finial (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (1st c CE)
N.271 TC Lamp (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (2nd c CE)
N.272 TC Lamp Finial (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (1st c CE)
N.273 TC Lamp (acquired 1955), said to be from ? (5th c CE)
N.274 TC Lamp (acquired 1909), said to be from Rome, Porta Salaria (5th c CE)
N.275 TC Lamp Finial (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (1st c CE)
N.276 TC Lamp (acquired 1955), said to be from ? (5-6th c CE)
N.277 TC Lamp (acquired 1955), said to be from ? (3-4th c CE)
N.278 TC Lamp (acquired 1955), said to be from ? (1st-2nd c CE)
N.279 TC Lamp (acquired 1955), said to be from ? (4th c CE)
N.280 TC Lamp (acquired 1985), said to be from ? Accessions Book 81. (Late 2nd-1st c BCE)
N.281-282 TC Lamp (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey (1st-2nd c CE)
N.283 TC Lamp (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (1st-2nd c CE)
N.284 TC Lamp (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey (4th-5th c CE)
N.285 TC Votive Patera (acquired ?1958), said to be from ? (3rd-1st c CE)
N.286 TC Votive Patera (acquired 1958), said to be from ? (3rd-1st c BCE)
N.287-303 TC Votive Paterae (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (3rd-1st c CE)
N.304 TC Votive Phiale Mesomphalos (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (3rd-1st c CE)
N.305-311 TC Votive Paterae (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (3rd-1st c CE)
N.312 TC Votive Kylix (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (3rd-1st c CE)
N.313-331 TC Votive Patera (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (3rd-1st c CE)
N.332 TC Votive Bowl (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (3rd-1st c BCE)
N.333 TC Votive Patera (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (3rd-1st c BCE)
N.334 TC Votive Pedestaled Dish (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (3rd-1st c BCE)
N.335 TC Handle (acquired 1909), said to be from Cori (?)
N.336 TC Lid (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.337 TC Lid (acquired 1957), said to be from Excavations S of Rome (?)
N.338 TC Unguentarium (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.339 TC Amphora Lid (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.340 TC Alabastron (acquired 1909), said to be from Excavations near Bolsena (7th c BCE)
N.341 TC Alabastron (acquired 1958), said to be from ? (7th c BCE)
N.342 Miniature TC ?Amphora (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.343 Glass Unguentarium (acquired 1958), said to be from ? (1st-2nd c CE)
N.344 Glass Bottle (acquired ?1929), said to be from ? (?)1st-2nd c CE)
N.345 Glass Flask (acquired ?), said to be from ? (3rd-4th c CE)
N.346 Glass Spouted Bottle (acquired ?), said to be from ? (1st-2nd c CE)
N.347 Glass Candlestick Unguentarium (acquired ?), said to be from ? (late 1st-2nd c CE)
N.348 Glass Tall-necked Unguentarium (acquired 1958), said to be from ? (late 1st-early 3rd c CE)
N.349 Glass Unguentarium (acquired 1958), said to be from ? (1st- 2nd c CE)
N.350 Glass Unguentarium (acquired 1958), said to be from ? (1st- 2nd c CE)
N.351 Glass Unguentarium (acquired 1958), said to be from ? (1st- 2nd c CE)
N.352 Glass ?Bowl Rim Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (3rd-1st c BCE)
N.353 Glass Rim & Neck Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Roman nd)
N.354 Glass Rim Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Roman nd)
N.355 Glass Handle (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Roman nd)
N.356 Glass Goblet Stem (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)4th c CE)
N.357 Glass Goblet Stem (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)4th c CE)
N.358-359 Glass Flasks: Rim & Neck (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Roman nd)
N.360 Glass Bottle Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Roman nd)
N.361 Glass Neck & Shoulder Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Roman nd)
N.362 Glass Bowl Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (1st c CE)
N.363 Glass Jar Base (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (nd)
N.364 Glass Base (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (nd)
N.365 Glass Square-bodied Jar (acquired ?), said to be from ? (nd)
N.366-368 Glass Unguentaria (acquired 1958), said to be from ? (1st-2nd c CE)
N.369 Glass Plate Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (1st c CE)
N.370-371 Glass Toed Jars: Base (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Roman nd)
N.372 Glass ?Bottle/Jar Bottom (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Roman nd)
N.373 Glass Ring Base (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Roman nd)
N.374 Glass ?Jar Base (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Roman nd)
N.375-377 Glass Hollow Ring Bases (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Roman nd)
N.378 Glass Bell Base (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Roman nd)
N.379-380 Glass Conical Bases (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Roman nd)
N.381-382 Glass Bases & Stem (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Roman nd)
N.383 Glass Trefoil Spout Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (nd)
N.384 Glass Base Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (nd)
N.385 Glass Jar (acquired 1958), said to be from ? (nd)
N.386 Paste & Carnelian Bead Necklace (acquired 1958), said to be from ? (nd)
N.387 Glass & Faience Necklace (acquired 1956), said to be from Egypt (2nd-1st c BCE)
N.388-392 Bone Pins (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (nd)
N.393 Bronze Face Pendant/Handle (acquired 1909), said to be from Puteoli (Roman
N.394 Bronze Bolt (acquired 1909), said to be from Puteoli (Roman
N.395 Bronze Rivet (acquired 1909), said to be from Puteoli (Roman
N.396 Bronze Drop Handle (acquired 1909), said to be from Roman (Puteoli
N.397 Bronze Key (acquired 1909), said to be from Puteoli (Roman
N.398 Bronze Bell (acquired 1909), said to be from Rome (Roman
N.399 Marble Table Leg Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Roman; description: face
N.400 Marble Table Leg Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Roman; description: face (?)Eros)
N.401 TC Antefix Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Late 1st c BCE)-1st c CE; description: Head of woman
N.402-403 fragments of TC Votive Feet (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.404 Marble Leg fragment (acquired ?1909), said to be from ? (?)
N.405 Marble Hand holding Stick (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.406 Stamped Amphora Handle (acquired 1909), said to be from Rome, Monte Testaccio (?); description: "PORTO"
N.407 Marble Entablature Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Ostia (Roman
N.408 TC Unguentarium (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?)
N.409 TC One-handled Cup (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey (?)
N.410 TC Jug (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey (?)
N.411 TC Lagynoid Jug (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey (Hell/Roman
N.412 TC Amphora (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey, in the sea (?)
N.413 TC Conical Vessel (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey (?)
N.414 Stone Conical Vessel (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey (?)
N.415 TC "Wise Man" (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?); description: Male "genuflecting" with left knee bent
N.416 Small Attic black-figure palmette lekythos, possibly from, or in the manner of, the Beldam Workshop (acquired 1899), said to be from Greece (?)
N.417 Stone Pigna Base (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (?)
N.418-419 Stone Weight (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (?)
N.420 Marble Warrior Head (acquired 1909), said to be from Praeneste (Hell/Roman
N.421 Stamped Brick Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (?); description: CIGOETONI
N.422 Miniature Corinthian Skyphos (?)Fake) (acquired 1988), said to be from Greece (6th c BCE)
N.423 TC Conical Vessel (acquired 1988), said to be from Turkey (?)
N.424 Stamped Brick Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (Mid-2nd c CE; description: ]USTINOPDOLEXPRL/DOMITIANARUM...S for AUGUST NOSTRI OPUS DOLIARE EX PRAEDIS LUCILLAE/DOMITIANARUM...S
N.425 Stamped Brick Fragment (acquired 1909), said to be from Italy (123 CE; description: APRETPATC/AGSSDEFI H for: APRIONIANO ET PAETINA CONSULIBUS/AULI GABINII SUCCESSI SALARESE DE FIGLINIS IULIANI
N.426 Marble Palyrene Funerary Stele (acquired 1963), said to be from Syria (1st c BCE); description: Within naiskos: woman reclining on kline: CATORNILA. ALYPO(U)/XAIRE
N.427 Marble Funerary Stele (acquired 1954), said to be from ? (?); description: Theta K (THEOIS KATAKHTHONIOIS) / AGAIOC TERTIOS / ZESAS HTH / PENTHKONTA / XAIRE
N.428 Attic black figure lekythos in the "Hoplite Leaving Home" Group (acquired 1955), late 6th c. BCE, ca. 530) (said to be from Italy); description: palmettes, warrior, figures in himatia (Haspels, ABL pp. 17, 66-67)
N.429 Bronze Arm (acquired 1909), said to be from Puteoli (nd)
N.430 Stone Metope (acquired 1981), said to be from Etruria (Etruscan; description: bull's face
N.431-500 no objects
N.501 TC Lamp (acquired 1909), said to be from ?? (3rd c BCE); description: 3 nozzles; discus is decorated with a comic mask
N.502 TC figurine: hydrophoros (acquired 2004), said to be from ?? (early 4th c BCE)
N.503 Athenian red-figure stemless kylix (acquired 2004), said to be from ?? (early 5th c BCE); description: youth on a couch holding a stemless kylix
N.504 Apulian red-figure plate (acquired 2004), said to be from ?? (mid 4th c BCE); description: woman's head
N.505 Apulian red-figure lekanis (acquired 2004), said to be from ?? (mid 4th c BCE); description: women's heads on lid
N.506 Athenian red-figure owl cup (acquired 2004), said to be from ?? (early 5th c BCE)
N.507 TC lamp mould (acquired 2004), said to be from ?? (2nd-1st c BCE); description: mask
N.508 Cypriot Milk Bowl (acquired 2004), said to be from ?? (12th c BCE)
N.509 Mycenaean TC Phi figurine (acquired 2004), said to be from ?? (13th c BCE)
N.510 Attic red-figure pelike by the Tyszkiewicz Painter (acquired 7 October 2005), said to be from ?? (13th c BCE); description: A, adult man and house dog; B, Eros flies in to scoop up a hare
N.511 modern imitation of an Etruscan red-figure oinochoe (acquired 23 July 2008), said to be from Campania (ca. 430 BCE)
N.512 modern imitation of an Etruscan black-figure oinochoe (acquired 23 July 2008), said to be from Campania (ca. 530 BCE)
N.513 mistakenly re-accessioned from N.223 (q.v.)
N.514 mistakenly re-accessioned from N.209 (q.v.)
N.515a-c 3 modern Greek tamata acquired in 1978 from Virginia Markham
N.516 cuneiform tablet from southern Mesopotamia,, ca. 2044 BCE (acquired in the 1950s)
N.517-519 no objects
N.520 Tufa (acquired 1909)
N.521 marble (acquired 1909)
N.522 Travertine (stalagmite) (acquired 1909)
N.523 Tufa (acquired 1909)
N.524 Tufa (reticulatum) (acquired 1909)
N.525 Roman colored marble (acquired 1909)
N.526 Roman colored marble (acquired 1909)
N.527 Roman colored marble (acquired 1909)
N.528 Roman colored marble (acquired 1909)
N.529 Roman colored marble (acquired 1909)
N.530 Tufa (reticulatum) (acquired 1909)
N.531 Roman colored marble (acquired 1909)
N.532 Roman colored marble (acquired 1909)
N.533 Roman colored marble (acquired 1909)
N.534 Roman colored marble (acquired 1909)
N.535 Selce (volcanic reticulatum) (acquired 1909)
N.536 Sireite verde tufa (reticulatum) (acquired 1909)
N.537 Alban Stone (peporino) (acquired 1909)
N.538 Tufa (reticulatum) (acquired 1909)
N.539 Tufa (reticulatum) (acquired 1909)
N.540 Tufa (reticulatum) (acquired 1909)
N.541 Tufa (reticulatum) (acquired 1909)
N.542 Verde antico (acquired 1909)
N.543 Porphyri russo antico (wall base) (acquired 1909)
N.544 Verde antico (acquired 1909)
N.545 Porphyri russo antico (acquired 1909)
N.546 Pavonazetto (acquired 1909)
N.547 St Croce (acquired 1909)
N.548 Pavonazetto (acquired 1909)
N.549 Burinello fiorito marble (acquired 1909)
N.550 Marmor occhio di pernia- marble (acquired 1909)
N.551 Alabastro antico (acquired 1909)
N.552 Cipollino mandorlato marble (acquired 1909)
N.553 Africano marrone marble (acquired 1909)
N.554 Farnello rosso (acquired 1909)
N.555 Porta Santa Brecchiata (acquired 1909)
N.556 Porta Santa marble (acquired 1909)
N.557 Saravezza antica marble (acquired 1909)
N.558 Marmor parium (acquired 1909)
N.559 Settebasi Sanguigna (acquired 1909)
N.560 Verde di Grecia (acquired 1909)
N.561 Alabastro Ornatistino (Amethystine) (acquired 1909)
N.562 Cipollino Marino (acquired 1909)
N.563 Diaspro Rosso marble (acquired 1909)
N.564 Serpentino (acquired 1909)
N.565 Alabastro Antico (acquired 1909)
N.566 Porta Santa marble (acquired 1909)
N.567 Giallo Antico Bruciato (acquired 1909)
N.568 Fior di Pesco Chiaro (acquired 1909)
N.569 Settebasi (Macchia di) (acquired 1909)
N.570 Cipollino (unpolished) (acquired 1909)
N.571 Roman colored marble (acquired 1909)
N.572 Roman colored marble (acquired 1909)
N.573 Roman colored marble (acquired 1909)
N.574 Roman colored marble (acquired 1909)
N.575 Roman colored marble (acquired 1909)
N.576 Roman colored marble (acquired 1909)
N.577 Pentelic marble (acquired 1909)
N.578 Sireite verge tufa (acquired 1909)
N.579 Travertine (acquired 1909)
N.580 Selce (acquired 1909)
N.581 Roman brick (large) (acquired 1909)
N.582 Roman brick (large) (acquired 1909)
N.583 Roman brick (large) (acquired 1909)
N.584 Roman brick (large) (acquired 1909)
N.585 Roman brick (large) (acquired 1909)
N.586 Roman brick (large) (acquired 1909)
N.587 Roman brick (large) (acquired 1909)
N.588 Roman brick (large) (acquired 1909)
N.589 Roman brick (large) (acquired 1909)
N.590 Roman brick (small) (acquired 1909)
N.591 Roman brick (small) (acquired 1909)
N.592 Roman brick (small) (acquired 1909)
N.593 Roman fresco (acquired 1909), said to be from Rome, ?Porta Salaria, Porta Pia (Late 1st c BCE) - early 1st c CE)
N.594 Roman fresco (acquired 1909), said to be from Rome, ?Porta Salaria, Porta Pia (Late 1st c BCE) - early 1st c CE)
N.595 Roman fresco (acquired 1909), said to be from Rome, ?Porta Salaria, Porta Pia (Late 1st c BCE) - early 1st c CE)
N.596 Roman fresco (acquired 1909), said to be from Rome, ?Porta Salaria, Porta Pia (Late 1st c BCE) - early 1st c CE)
N.597 Roman fresco (acquired 1909), said to be from Rome, ?Porta Salaria, Porta Pia (Late 1st c BCE) - early 1st c CE)
N.598 Roman fresco (acquired 1909), said to be from Rome, ?Porta Salaria, Porta Pia (Late 1st c BCE) - early 1st c CE)
N.599 Roman fresco (acquired 1909), said to be from Rome, ?Porta Salaria, Porta Pia (Late 1st c BCE) - early 1st c CE)
N.600 Roman fresco (acquired 1909), said to be from Rome, ?Porta Salaria, Porta Pia (Late 1st c BCE) - early 1st c CE)
N.601 Roman fresco (acquired 1909), said to be from Rome, ?Porta Salaria, Porta Pia (Late 1st c BCE) - early 1st c CE)
N.602 Roman fresco (acquired 1909), said to be from Rome, ?Porta Salaria, Porta Pia (Late 1st c BCE) - early 1st c CE)
N.603 Roman fresco (acquired 1909), said to be from Rome, ?Porta Salaria, Porta Pia (Late 1st c BCE) - early 1st c CE)
N.604 mosaic fragment: white tessarae, 1 large black stone
N.605 mosaic fragment: irregular stone bits, encircled by red and beige tessare
N.606 mosaic fragment: small white regular tessarae
N.607 mosaic fragment: small irregular blue (glass?) tessarae, a band of large white tessarae
N.608 fresco fragment: figure with dragonfly wings, Psyche (joins at bottom of 611)
N.609 fresco fragment: gray
N.610 fresco fragment: figure with dragonfly wings (Psyche?)
N.611 fresco fragment: figure with dragonfly wings, Psyche (joins atop 608)
N.614 bronze figurine of a youth (Etruscan?)
N.615 brass sistrum
N.616 bronze arrowhead
N.617 small bronze ring
N.618 bronze appliqué: bird
N.619 bronze appliqué: lunate
N.620 bronze trilobed flat rivet
N.621 bronze: ring made of 3 soldered star-shaped rings
N.622 bronze buckle
N.623 bronze
N.624 bronze pin with 6 pomegranate buds
N.625 bronze tweezers
N.626 bronze loop
N.627 bronze jug attachment (handle?)
N.628 bronze spike
N.629 bronze horse trapping
N.630 bronze fibula
N.631 bronze appliqué: man's head
N.632 bronze hollow armband
N.633 modern imitation of a Caeretan jug
N.634 small "glass" amphora (largely if not wholly plaster)
N.635 Reproduction: 4th millennium tablet from Uruk: "Hegiulendu (the priest of the god) Ensarnun: 600 Bur of land "(original in the Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore)
N.636 Reproduction: Egyptian tablet with hieroglyph hawk (Gardner G5, "axr")
N.637 Reproduction: Babylonian flood tablet (original in BM)
N.638 bronze chain
N.639 Electrotype reproduction: Mask of Agamemnon by Émil Gilliéron, ca. 1910
N.640 Electrotype reproduction: gold shrine cut-out from Mycenae Shaft Grave III by Émil Gilliéron, ca. 1910
N.641 Electrotype reproduction: gold sequin with concentric circles from Mycenae Shaft Grave III by Émil Gilliéron, ca. 1910
N.642 Electrotype reproduction: gold object from Mycenae Shaft Grave III by Émil Gilliéron, ca. 1910
N.643 Electrotype reproduction: gold button from Mycenae Shaft Grave III by Émil Gilliéron, ca. 1910
N.644 Electrotype reproduction: silver battle krater fragment from Mycenae Shaft Grave IV by Émil Gilliéron, ca. 1910
N.645 Electrotype reproduction: gold sequin with bird tail design from Mycenae Shaft Grave III by Émil Gilliéron, ca. 1910
N.646 Electrotype reproduction: gold sequin with loop design from Mycenae Shaft Grave III by Émil Gilliéron, ca. 1910
N.647 Electrotype reproduction: "Cup of Nestor" from Mycenae Shaft Grave IV by Émil Gilliéron, ca. 1910
N.648 Electrotype reproduction: diadem from Mycenae Shaft Grave IV by Émil Gilliéron, ca. 1910
N.649 (modern) strung set of glass trade beads (no date)
N.650 (modern) strung set of glass spindle whorls (no date)
N.651 (modern) strung set of stone spindle whorls (no date)
N.652 (modern) strung set of clay spindle whorls (no date)
N.653 (modern) strung set of soapstone spindle whorlsl (no date)
N.654 (modern) strung set of clay conuli or spindle whorls (no date)
N.655 (modern) strung set of miscellaneous beads (one of bone, two of glass, three of stone, one of amber) (no date)
N.656 bit of gilded bronze (curls?)
N.657 set of miscellaneous beads (two lingual pendants of sard or cornelian with small stringhole for thread, Arabian; glass ringstone, Arabic inscription; light cornelian ringstone, Arabic inscription; two cornelian oval ringstones (no engraving); one cornelian elliptical ringstone (no engraving); one rectangular cornelian ringstone (no engraving); one oval ringstone of green jasper? (no engraving); three modern "ringstones" (one elliptical, two circular) with relief designs (two with heads, one with standing figure)
N.658 modern imitation of a Caeretan amphora
N.659 Black-figure lekythos (early 5th c., very fragmentary): draped man to left (?), flanked by ivy tendrils
N.660 Daunian bowl with tall vertical handles (ca. 400 BCE)
N.661 Daunian jug (ca. 400 BCE)
N.662 Small bronze lamp, Roman (ca. 600 CE)
N.663 Transport amphora, Roman (very early 1st c. CE)
N.664 Transport amphora, Roman (very early 1st c. CE)
N.665 a & b bridge spouted jar and fenstrated stand, Early Bronze Age, from Afghanistan (documentation on file that these vessels were brought to the US in the 1960s)
N.666 Early Iron Age lamp from Israel

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