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1903.70.f Clay calyx-krater vase (reverse), found at Lipari, Italy, 350–325 BC.

1903.70.f Clay calyx-krater vase (reverse), found at Lipari, Italy, 350–325 BC.

1903.70.e Clay calyx-krater vase, found at Lipari, Italy, late 4th century BC.

1903.70.e Clay calyx-krater vase, found at Lipari, Italy, late 4th century BC.

19.159 Clay amphora (back), Greek, about 550–525 BC.

19.159 Clay amphora (back), Greek, about 550–525 BC.

1903.70.f Clay calyx-krater vase, found at Lipari, Italy, 350–325 BC.

1903.70.f Clay calyx-krater vase, found at Lipari, Italy, 350–325 BC.

1903.70.ew Clay wedding bowl 'lebes gamikos', found at Lipari, Italy.

1903.70.ew Clay wedding bowl 'lebes gamikos', found at Lipari, Italy.

Pyx, that's a box that holds the communion bread.  1250-1300, made in Limoge, France.   Enamel on copper.

Pyx, that's a box that holds the communion bread. 1250-1300, made in Limoge, France. Enamel on copper.

Earthenware albarello vessel, Spanish, 16th to 18th century </br> © CSG CIC

Earthenware albarello vessel, Spanish, 16th to 18th century </br> © CSG CIC

armorporn:  Maximilian Armour This style of armour was produced in the arms-manufacturing towns of southern Germany in the first few decades of the 16th century. It is often referred to as ‘Maximilian’ due to the fact that early armour collectors believed that the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I had personally invented the style. Although this is unlikely, it is known that the emperor took a keen interest in armour production. Not only did he patronise some of the finest armourers in Europe…

armorporn: Maximilian Armour This style of armour was produced in the arms-manufacturing towns of southern Germany in the first few decades of the 16th century. It is often referred to as ‘Maximilian’ due to the fact that early armour collectors believed that the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I had personally invented the style. Although this is unlikely, it is known that the emperor took a keen interest in armour production. Not only did he patronise some of the finest armourers in Europe…

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