Brooch | Ottonian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Date: ca. 970–1030. Geography: Made in probably northern Italy. Culture: Ottonian. Medium: Gold, pearls, glass, cloisonné enamel. Dimensions: Overall: 1 ...
Head from statue of Herakles (Hercules) Roman 117-188 CE from villa of the emperor Hadrian at Tivoli, Italy (3)
Piece exhibited as part of "The Body Beautiful in Ancient Greece" assembled by The British Museum and Photographed at the Portland Art Museum in Portland, Oregon.
Glass ribbed bowl | Roman | Early Imperial | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Glass ribbed bowl Period: Early Imperial Date: mid-1st century A.D. Culture: Roman Medium: Glass; blown and tooled
Nereid Mosaic (late 2nd or early 3rd century AD), El Jem Museum
A graceful nymph supported by a seahorse, rides the waves accompanied by two dolphins (late II or early III century AD ) from museum at El Jem, Tunsia; Portrait
Glass jug | Roman | Early Imperial | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Translucent cobalt blue; handle in same color.Rim folded out, down, round, and in, with flattened upper edge; cylindrical neck; conical body with gently curving side; broad, flat, pushed-in bottom; two-ribbed strap handle with two claws extending downwards applied to top of body, drawn up and slightly outwards, turned in and down, and pressed onto neck with upward trail extending back along handle
Glass beaker with inscription | Roman | Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
From Coudiat-Ati (vicinity of Cirta, modern Constantine), Algeria (De Villefosse 1866, pp. 37-38, 48-50, no. 28; De Villefosse 1875, p. 288) In 1865 or 1866, found in Coudiat-Ati (vicinity of Constantine), Algeria, by Mr
Glass amphoriskos (flask) | Roman | Early Imperial | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Translucent yellow, with one handle in purple and the other in pale blue green.Everted rim, partially tubular and folded over and in, and pressed into flaring mouth; short cylindrical neck; globular body, with small indent in one side; projecting circular base with flat bottom; rod handles applied to top of body in a pad, drawn up and out, then curved in a trailed onto edge and underside of rim and top of neck