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Die (MMA 37.11.3) - d20 Faience polyhedron inscribed with letters of the Greek alphabet. Mid-Imperial Roman (2nd-3rd century CE). Dimensions: H.: 2 7/16 in. (6.2 cm). In the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gallery 171.

Faience polyhedron inscribed with letters of the Greek alphabet Roman, century A.

Late Roman Key Ring “Homonoea”. Date: late 3rd–early 4th century CE. Culture: Roman. Medium: Gold and nicolo. Dimensions: Bezel 13 x 18 x 2 mm.; circumference 50 mm.; weight 9.3 gr.; US size 5 ¼; UK size K. Classification: Metalwork-Gold. In the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Late Roman key ring “Homonea” (Roman Empire, late century), Gold and nicolo (courtesy Griffin Collection, photo by Richard Goodbody) The Meaning of the Ring, from Memento Mori to Marriage

Marble relief with a dancing maenad...Adaptation of work attributed to Kallimachos... Period: Early Imperial, Augustan Date: ca. 27 B.C.–A.D. 14----- Maenads were mythical women inspired by the god of wine, Dionysos, to abandon their homes and families and roam the mountains and forests, singing and dancing in a state of ecstatic frenzy.

Copy of a Greek relief of ca. attributed to KallimachosMaenads were mythical women inspired by the god of wine, Dionysos, to abandon their homes and families and roam the mountains and forests, singing and dancing in a state of ecstatic frenzy

Marble statuette of a woman

The figure is a reduced version of a type that is known in numerous Roman copies. She is best known as the princess carried off to Crete by Zeus in the form of a bull

Roman marble statue of an old woman. ca. 14-68 CE. Metropolitan Museum.

Marble statue of an old woman Period: Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian Date: A. Culture: Roman Medium: Marble, Pentelic Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Stone Sculpture Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1909 Accession Number:

Bone statuette of a draped woman Period: Hellenistic or Imperial Date: ca. 2nd century B.C.–2nd century A.D. Culture: Greek or Roman Medium: Bone Dimensions: H.: 1 1/2 in. (3.8 cm) Classifications: Miscellaneous-Bone, Ivory Credit Line: The Cesnola Collection, Purchased by subscription, 1874–76 Accession Number: 74.51.5194

Bone statuette of a draped woman

A PAIR OF ROMAN BONE DICE   CIRCA 1ST-4TH CENTURY A.D.   The cubes with incised dotted rings on each facet numbering 1 to 6   ½ in. (1.3 cm.) wide max.

A PAIR OF ROMAN BONE DICE CIRCA 1ST-4TH CENTURY A.D. The cubes with incised dotted rings on each facet numbering 1 to 6 ½ in. (1.3 cm.) wide max.

Bone hexagonal dice; it is grooved around inside edge at both ends as if for a screw. Greek & Roman Antiquities

it is grooved around inside edge at both ends as if for a screw.

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