Ancient metallurgy

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Ancient History of Bharatam Janam along the Ancient Tin Road, which linked abundant stanniferous ores of the Far East (Hanoi) with Haifa (shipwreck tin ingots) of ancient Near East

Ancient History of Bharatam Janam along the Ancient Tin Road, which linked abundant stanniferous ores of the Far East (Hanoi) with Haifa (shipwreck tin ingots) of ancient Near East

Ancient History of Bharatam Janam along the Ancient Tin Road, which linked abundant stanniferous ores of the Far East (Hanoi) with Haifa (shipwreck tin ingots) of ancient Near East

Ancient History of Bharatam Janam along the Ancient Tin Road, which linked abundant stanniferous ores of the Far East (Hanoi) with Haifa (shipwreck tin ingots) of ancient Near East

Ancient History of Bharatam Janam along the Ancient Tin Road, which linked abundant stanniferous ores of the Far East (Hanoi) with Haifa (shipwreck tin ingots) of ancient Near East

Ancient History of Bharatam Janam along the Ancient Tin Road, which linked abundant stanniferous ores of the Far East (Hanoi) with Haifa (shipwreck tin ingots) of ancient Near East

Ancient History of Bharatam Janam along the Ancient Tin Road, which linked abundant stanniferous ores of the Far East (Hanoi) with Haifa (shipwreck tin ingots) of ancient Near East

Ancient History of Bharatam Janam along the Ancient Tin Road, which linked abundant stanniferous ores of the Far East (Hanoi) with Haifa (shipwreck tin ingots) of ancient Near East

Ancient History of Bharatam Janam along the Ancient Tin Road, which linked abundant stanniferous ores of the Far East (Hanoi) with Haifa (shipwreck tin ingots) of ancient Near East

Ancient History of Bharatam Janam along the Ancient Tin Road, which linked abundant stanniferous ores of the Far East (Hanoi) with Haifa (shipwreck tin ingots) of ancient Near East

Ancient History of Bharatam Janam along the Ancient Tin Road, which linked abundant stanniferous ores of the Far East (Hanoi) with Haifa (shipwreck tin ingots) of ancient Near East

Ancient History of Bharatam Janam along the Ancient Tin Road, which linked abundant stanniferous ores of the Far East (Hanoi) with Haifa (shipwreck tin ingots) of ancient Near East

Ancient History of Bharatam Janam along the Ancient Tin Road, which linked abundant stanniferous ores of the Far East (Hanoi) with Haifa (shipwreck tin ingots) of ancient Near East

Ancient History of Bharatam Janam along the Ancient Tin Road, which linked abundant stanniferous ores of the Far East (Hanoi) with Haifa (shipwreck tin ingots) of ancient Near East


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AN ACHAEMENID ELECTRUM BULL HEAD ATTACHMENT CIRCA 5TH CENTURY B.C.

AN ACHAEMENID ELECTRUM BULL HEAD ATTACHMENT CIRCA 5TH CENTURY B.C.

Bull Man Stele. Basalt. H. 115 cm; W. 59 cm; D. 31 cm. Iron Age II, 9th-8th century BCE. et-Tell (ancient Bethsaida), Israel. Israel Antiquities Authority: IAA 1997-3451/980.

Bull Man Stele. Basalt. H. 115 cm; W. 59 cm; D. 31 cm. Iron Age II, 9th-8th century BCE. et-Tell (ancient Bethsaida), Israel. Israel Antiquities Authority: IAA 1997-3451/980.

A horned goddess flanked by griffins who are nursing at her breasts on the seal known as Potnia, after the Linear B inscriptions to Po-ti-ni-ya, the Lady. The archetype on this seal, often seen in west Asian art, is often called "the Mistress of Beasts,

A horned goddess flanked by griffins who are nursing at her breasts on the seal known as Potnia, after the Linear B inscriptions to Po-ti-ni-ya, the Lady. The archetype on this seal, often seen in west Asian art, is often called "the Mistress of Beasts,

Bague de l'épiphanie, Cnossos

Bague de l'épiphanie, Cnossos

Anthropomorphic Bull,  Ancient Near East 2200 BCE.  Silver, gold sheeting

Anthropomorphic Bull, Ancient Near East 2200 BCE. Silver, gold sheeting

Hathor-headed crystall ball amulet.  Nubian, Napatan Period, reign of Piankhy (Piye), 743–712 BCE. From el-Kurru, Ku 55 (unknown queen of King Piankhy), excavated by the Harvard University–Boston Museum of Fine Arts in 1919.

Hathor-headed crystall ball amulet. Nubian, Napatan Period, reign of Piankhy (Piye), 743–712 BCE. From el-Kurru, Ku 55 (unknown queen of King Piankhy), excavated by the Harvard University–Boston Museum of Fine Arts in 1919.

Stone block w/relief of Thutmosis II at Karnak Temple. Thutmose II was the son of Thutmose I and a minor wife, Mutnofret. He was, therefore, a lesser son of Thutmose I and chose to marry his fully royal sister, Hatshepsut, in order to secure his kingship. He fathered a male heir, the famous Thutmose III, by a lesser wife named Iset before his death. Dyn 18, 1493-1479 BC

Stone block w/relief of Thutmosis II at Karnak Temple. Thutmose II was the son of Thutmose I and a minor wife, Mutnofret. He was, therefore, a lesser son of Thutmose I and chose to marry his fully royal sister, Hatshepsut, in order to secure his kingship. He fathered a male heir, the famous Thutmose III, by a lesser wife named Iset before his death. Dyn 18, 1493-1479 BC

Bronze shield from the Idaean Cave circa 700s BCE. The Mistress of Animlas stands grasping a lion in either hand. The Idaean Mother was venerated all over the Mediterranean by Roman times.

Bronze shield from the Idaean Cave circa 700s BCE. The Mistress of Animlas stands grasping a lion in either hand. The Idaean Mother was venerated all over the Mediterranean by Roman times.

Poppy-headed Goddess. Terra-cotta. 1350 BC.

Poppy-headed Goddess. Terra-cotta. 1350 BC.

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