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Ironshirts (knight) figure 10th-11th century Poland.  Staatliche Museen zu Berline

Ironshirts (knight) figure 10th-11th century Poland. Staatliche Museen zu Berline

Siberia: 'We dug up a medieval Mongolian noblewoman in our compost pit'

Couple unearth remains of 'rich' female buried up to years ago with her rare Chinese bronze mirror.

Goose. China, 11th century-13th century. Jade

Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University

Tool Blacksmith. Japan  | LACMA Collections

Tool Blacksmith. Japan | LACMA Collections

Head of Pratyeka Buddha. China. Sui dynasty 6th-7th century.

Head of a Pratyeka Buddha Chinese, Sui dynasty, Sui Dynasty Century CE

Cross-bow Finial. China, 3rd century BCE

Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University

Russia. Universal Equatorial Sun-dial. Early 1710s-1720s. Hermitage Museum.

Russia. Universal Equatorial Sun-dial. Early 1710s-1720s. Hermitage Museum.

Insect figure. Japan. British Museum

Insect figure. Japan. British Museum

China. 2nd century BC-2nd century AD - Fire lighting equipment made of wood.

China. 2nd century BC-2nd century AD - Fire lighting equipment made of wood.

Pollen sheds light on Bronze Age beaker burial

Effort to unlock secrets of woman 'Ava' - BBC News

Bell. ca 789-766 BC. Armenia This classical Urartian bell has a domed top, an octagonal and perforated body with a central raised ridge, and a loop for suspension. The Urartian cuneiform inscription reads: "From the arsenal of [King] Argishti

Bell inscribed with the Urartian royal name Argishti Period: Iron Age III Date: ca. Geography: Urartu Culture: Urartian Medium: Bronze, iron Dimensions: in.

Early 70BC uninscribed 'Q' Gold - 'Remi 'Type Celtic gold qtr stater  Rev .horse r.,from neck pellet ring var.d above pellet in ring,flower j & pellet-in-ring,before 4 pellet-in-rings,below wheel f & pellet, below & above tail pellet-in-ring triangle

Early uninscribed 'Q' Gold - 'Remi 'Type Celtic gold qtr stater Rev…

7th century Cambodia region. Pre-Angkorean limestone statue of Ganesha (1) | by diffendale

Pre-Angkorean limestone statue of Ganesha

Water Dropper. China. Penn Museum

Water Dropper. China. Penn Museum

Father Crespi Mystery Deepens: Ancient Origins Blocked from Further Investigations

Ancient Origins Earlier this month we reported on an investigation into the story of Father Crespi and his missing artifacts. The story of Father Crespi is a mysterious and controversial account of…

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