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Papua New Guinea - New Ireland island: secret duk-duk ceremony - Tolai people - photo by Rod Eime (c)

Papua New Guinea - New Ireland island / Insel Neu-Mecklenburg - Bismarck Archipelago: secret duk-duk ceremony - Tolai people - photo .

AN ARCHAIC BRONZE RITUAL GLOBULAR VESSEL (POU)  SHANG DYNASTY, 12TH / 11TH CENTURY BC    raised on a high splayed foot, the rounded body with a waisted neck and flared rim, cast in shallow relief around the body with a main register of three large taotie masks each marked by low ridges and flanked by protruding eyes, the rounded shoulders with a narrower band of confronted dragons centering on prominent large masks cast in high relief....

AN ARCHAIC BRONZE RITUAL GLOBULAR VESSEL (POU) SHANG DYNASTY, 12TH / 11TH CENTURY BC raised on a high splayed foot, the rounded body with a waisted neck and flared rim, cast in shallow relief around the body with a main register of three large taotie masks each marked by low ridges and flanked by protruding eyes, the rounded shoulders with a narrower band of confronted dragons centering on prominent large masks cast in high relief....

The Phoenicians transported wine across the Mediterranean in amphorae vessels once known as the “Canaanite jar”.

The Phoenicians transported wine across the Mediterranean in amphorae vessels once known as the “Canaanite jar”.

Neolithic Mask, 7000 BCE, Musee de la Bible et de laTerre Sainte

Mask - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This stone mask from the pre-ceramic neolithic period dates to 7000 BC and is probably the oldest mask in the world (Musée de la Bible et de la Terre Sainte)

Tripod jar and lid Early Bronze Age II Date: ca. 2700–2400 B.C. Geography: Northwestern Anatolia Culture: Yortan

Tripod jar and lid Period: Early Bronze Age II Date: ca. Geography: Northwestern Anatolia Culture: Yortan Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: H. cm) x Diam. cm) Classification: Ceramics-Vessels Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1960 Accession Number: b