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White Cross-lined Ware Beaker w/ Nile River Scene -- Circa 3650-3500 BCE -- Predynastic Egypt, Naqada II -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

White Cross-lined Ware Beaker w/ Nile River Scene -- Circa 3650-3500 BCE -- Predynastic Egypt, Naqada II -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

White cross-lined ware bowl illustrating a man harpooning a hippo | Predynastic, Naqada II | The Met

White cross-lined ware bowl illustrating a man harpooning a hippo | Predynastic, Naqada II | The Met

Terracotta statuette of Nike, the personification of victory,classical period,5th century BC  Greek

Terracotta statuette of Nike, the personification of victory,classical period,5th century BC Greek

predynastic egyptian art | Introduction to Egyptian Archaeology and Art 2009: Backgrounds and ...

predynastic egyptian art | Introduction to Egyptian Archaeology and Art 2009: Backgrounds and ...

Ancient Eqypt.  A archetypal Naqada II pot decorated with gazelles.This philosophy manufactured a diverse selection of material goods, reflective of the increasing authority and treasures of the rich, which included painted pottery. In South-East Europe & China around 3500 B.C.E onwards clay and pottery began. In modern times the use of the motor driven wheel had taken over from manual turning producing stunning pieces.

Ancient Eqypt. A archetypal Naqada II pot decorated with gazelles.This philosophy manufactured a diverse selection of material goods, reflective of the increasing authority and treasures of the rich, which included painted pottery. In South-East Europe & China around 3500 B.C.E onwards clay and pottery began. In modern times the use of the motor driven wheel had taken over from manual turning producing stunning pieces.

Tall jar with Barbary sheep  Naqada Ic (ca. 3700 BC)  Provenance: Naqada, Tomb 1644  Pottery, paint (White Cross-lined Ware)

Tall jar with Barbary sheep Naqada Ic (ca. 3700 BC) Provenance: Naqada, Tomb 1644 Pottery, paint (White Cross-lined Ware)

Painted beaker  Susa A, late 5th-early 4th millennium BC From Susa, south-west Iran

Painted beaker Susa A, late 5th-early 4th millennium BC From Susa, south-west Iran

Bowl Date: 1st–6th century Geography: Peru Culture: Nasca Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: Height: 5in. (12.7cm) Diameter: 5 3/4in. (14.6cm)

Bowl Date: 1st–6th century Geography: Peru Culture: Nasca Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: Height: 5in. (12.7cm) Diameter: 5 3/4in. (14.6cm)

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