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Hittite (a type of cuneiform) - 1700 BCE to1100 BCE

Hittite (a type of cuneiform) - 1700 BCE to1100 BCE

Statue labelled as Alexander the Great, but representing the god Apollo instead. It comes from the Etruscan Sanctuary of Scasato di Falerii Veteres, late 4th century BC. Museum Villa Giulia, Rome

Statue labelled as Alexander the Great, but representing the god Apollo instead. It comes from the Etruscan Sanctuary of Scasato di Falerii Veteres, late 4th century BC. Museum Villa Giulia, Rome

South Arabian gold bracelet in form of chain (The British Museum).

South Arabian gold bracelet in form of chain (The British Museum).

South Arabian relief depicting Herakles fighting the Nemean Lion

South Arabian relief depicting Herakles fighting the Nemean Lion

Bronze Nuragic statue, Iron Age  - The Nuragic civilization was a civilization of Sardinia, lasting from the Bronze Age (18th century BC) to the 2nd century AD. The name derives from its most characteristic monuments, the nuraghes. They consist of tower-fortresses, built starting from about 1800 BC. Today some 7,000 nuraghes dot the Sardinian landscape.

Bronze Nuragic statue, Iron Age - The Nuragic civilization was a civilization of Sardinia, lasting from the Bronze Age (18th century BC) to the 2nd century AD. The name derives from its most characteristic monuments, the nuraghes. They consist of tower-fortresses, built starting from about 1800 BC. Today some 7,000 nuraghes dot the Sardinian landscape.

Fragment of a human face in stone, framed by a row of curls, from Museum of Zafar.

Fragment of a human face in stone, framed by a row of curls, from Museum of Zafar.

Bronze figure of a man wearing an elaborate outfit of kilt and anima skin, with dagger in his waistband. South Arabian, 1st century CE.

Bronze figure of a man wearing an elaborate outfit of kilt and anima skin, with dagger in his waistband. South Arabian, 1st century CE.

The Green Stone - A massive green rock cube located in the ruins of Hattusa, capital of the Hittite empire. Probably had religious significance, may have been a gift or reparation from an Egyptian pharaoh.

The Green Stone - A massive green rock cube located in the ruins of Hattusa, capital of the Hittite empire. Probably had religious significance, may have been a gift or reparation from an Egyptian pharaoh.

Bronze statue found in Timna‘ (Qatabān), named "Lady Bar’at", now kept at the National Museum of Aden (Yemen).

Bronze statue found in Timna‘ (Qatabān), named "Lady Bar’at", now kept at the National Museum of Aden (Yemen).

Minoan public baths, Knossos,Crete-Greece

Minoan public baths, Knossos,Crete-Greece