A01: Hittite, c. 1350 BC. Silver Earrings of triple ornate band design with wearable post style terminus. Elegant jewelry from the Anatolian empire that sacked Babylon in 1595 BC and fought with Rameses II. Superb condition. $1250.00

A02: Mycenaean Greece, 1600 BC. pottery Askos. 166mm long. River design, wavy pattern of red lines. The scarce Askos shape derives from Cycladic origin. Minor expert conservation, Lovely example. $1650.00

A03: Rome, 1st Century AD. Terracotta oil lamp with erotic scene of man embracing reclining woman. Intact without flaw. Lovely Example. $1250.00

A04: Greek, colonies in Sicily, Syracuse. c. 350 BC. Small pottery pitcher. 28mm tall. Found near Syracuse. Ex Corso collection. Lovely example. $375.00

A05: Greek, colonies in Sicily, Syracuse. c. 350 BC. Small pottery pitcher. 35mm tall. Found near Syracuse. Ex Corso collection. Lovely example. $450.00

A06: Minoan, Middle period. 1600 BC. Green serpentine Seal Amulet. Swastika Sun pattern. Gia.pl.xxi, 127. Very rare and attractive. $1250.00

A07:Greece, Peloponnesus. 800 BC. bronze Bull. 87mm long. Walking Bull. Pleasing green patina. Lovely example. $2250.00

A08: Anglo-Saxon England, c. 680 AD. Gold Pendant, Domed with triple beaded circle. Rare and very nice. $1250.00

A09: Anglo-Saxon England, c. 600 AD. Gold cross with original gold chain portion. Lovely early cross from the time of the beginning of Christianity in England. 10mm diameter for cross. Found in Kent. Ex Corso collection. Beautiful example. $1750.00

A10: British Celts: 1000 BC. Tinned Bronze socketed Axe head. Superb. $750.00

A11: British Celts: 1000 BC. Tinned Bronze sword chape. Nice condition. $675.00

A12: Scythians: 800 BC. Gold Leopard plaque. 20mm. Very rare. Nice condition. $1750.00

A13: Scythians: 800 BC. Bronze Ram Warrior Badge. 45mm. Very rare. Nice condition. $950.00

A14: Rome, 5th Century AD. Gold ring with blue stone. 20mm band diameter. Intact & lovely example. $1250.00

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