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Ancient city of Enkomi flourished in the Late Bronze Age and was possibly the capital of Alashiya (Alasia), Late Bronze Age country and kingdom located in the eastern part of Mediterranean region, commonly identified with either Cyprus as a whole or the city of Enkomi by itself, located between the Levant and Anatolia.

Ancient city of Enkomi flourished in the Late Bronze Age and was possibly the capital of Alashiya (Alasia), Late Bronze Age country and kingdom located in the eastern part of Mediterranean region, commonly identified with either Cyprus as a whole or the city of Enkomi by itself, located between the Levant and Anatolia.

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Art Sculptures, Statues, Frozen, Sculptures, Woman Face, Faces, Effigy

Richard Aurili (1834-circa 1914) - painted terracotta : Lot 1028

Lot: Richard Aurili - painted terracotta, Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: The Canterbury Auction Galleries, Auction: Fine Art & Antiques October, Date: October 2013 UTC

Yanghai (Scythian) bow by Adam Karpowicz.

Yanghai (Scythian) bow by Adam Karpowicz.

The World Was Hers For The Reading...: November 2012 ~Kelermes mirror - gold 6th c. B.C.

: November 2012 ~Kelermes mirror - gold c.

Bronze Head of a Horse -  Origin: Afghanistan Circa: 300 BC to 100 BC Dimensions: 2 (5.1cm) high Collection: Bactrian

Bronze Head of a Horse - Origin: Afghanistan Circa: 300 BC to 100 BC Dimensions: high Collection: Bactrian Medium: Bronze Location: Great Britain

Bactrian Bronze Lid With A Bull's Head - OF.229 Origin: Afghanistan Circa: 900 BC to 300 BC  Dimensions: 5.8" (14.7cm) high x 5.5" (14.0cm) wide  Collection: Near Eastern Medium: Bronze  Location: Great Britain

Bactrian Bronze Lid With A Bull's Head - Origin: Afghanistan Circa: 900 BC to 300 BC Dimensions: high x wide Collection: Near Eastern Medium: Bronze Location: Great Britain

The Dying Gaul. So beautiful, so sad.

The Dying Gaul, formerly known as the Dying Gladiator, is an ancient Roman marble copy of a lost bronze Hellenistic sculpture, commissioned some time between 230 BC and 220 BC by Attalus

Oman

Over artefacts discovered at pre-Islamic mass burial site in Oman