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******** Canopic jars of Neskhons
Code: BM04709
Artist: ********
Title: Canopic jars of Neskhons
Location: British Museum - London
Credits: The Trustees of the British Museum c/o Scala, Florence
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******** Canopic jars of Neskhons
Code: BM04709
Artist: ********
Title: Canopic jars of Neskhons
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: British Museum
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: British Museum

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******** Chasse of Champagnat, French, c. 1150
Code: ME00162
Artist: ********
Title: Chasse of Champagnat, French, c. 1150
Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York
Credits: Image copyright The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource/Scala, Florence
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******** Chasse of Champagnat, French, c. 1150
Code: ME00162
Artist: ********
Title: Chasse of Champagnat, French, c. 1150
Genre: Minor arts
Period/Style: Medieval
Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Genre: Minor arts
Period/Style: Medieval
Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art

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******** Mosaic of a double-headed serpent. Aztec/Mixtec, 15th-16th century AD. From Mexico.This mosaic serpent ornament was probably worn on ceremonial occasions as a pectoral. The frame has been carved from Cedro wood and then covered with turquoise mosaic embedded in a layer of resin. The eye sockets were probably inlaid with iron pyrites and shell originally, while red and white shell has been used to add details to the nose and mouth of both serpent heads. The word ' coatl ' means serpent, and is associated with several gods such as Quetzalcoatl (Feathered Serpent), Xiuhcoatl (Fire Serpent), Mixcoatl (Cloud Serpent) or Coatlicue (She of the Serpent Skirt), the mother of the Aztec god Huitzilopochtli. Serpents were also used as architectural elements, for example, a wall of serpents (coatepantli) was often used to mark out sacred spaces within
Code: BM07136
Artist: ********
Title: Mosaic of a double-headed serpent. Aztec/Mixtec, 15th-16th century AD. From Mexico.This mosaic serpent ornament was probably worn on ceremonial occasions as a pectoral. The frame has been carved from Cedro wood and then covered with turquoise mosaic embedded in a layer of resin. The eye sockets were probably inlaid with iron pyrites and shell originally, while red and white shell has been used to add details to the nose and mouth of both serpent heads. The word ' coatl ' means serpent, and is associated with several gods such as Quetzalcoatl (Feathered Serpent), Xiuhcoatl (Fire Serpent), Mixcoatl (Cloud Serpent) or Coatlicue (She of the Serpent Skirt), the mother of the Aztec god Huitzilopochtli. Serpents were also used as architectural elements, for example, a wall of serpents (coatepantli) was often used to mark out sacred spaces within
Location: British Museum - London
Credits: The Trustees of the British Museum c/o Scala, Florence
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******** Mosaic of a double-headed serpent. Aztec/Mixtec, 15th-16th century AD. From Mexico.This mosaic serpent ornament was probably worn on ceremonial occasions as a pectoral. The frame has been carved from Cedro wood and then covered with turquoise mosaic embedded in a layer of resin. The eye sockets were probably inlaid with iron pyrites and shell originally, while red and white shell has been used to add details to the nose and mouth of both serpent heads. The word ' coatl ' means serpent, and is associated with several gods such as Quetzalcoatl (Feathered Serpent), Xiuhcoatl (Fire Serpent), Mixcoatl (Cloud Serpent) or Coatlicue (She of the Serpent Skirt), the mother of the Aztec god Huitzilopochtli. Serpents were also used as architectural elements, for example, a wall of serpents (coatepantli) was often used to mark out sacred spaces within
Code: BM07136
Artist: ********
Title: Mosaic of a double-headed serpent. Aztec/Mixtec, 15th-16th century AD. From Mexico.This mosaic serpent ornament was probably worn on ceremonial occasions as a pectoral. The frame has been carved from Cedro wood and then covered with turquoise mosaic embedded in a layer of resin. The eye sockets were probably inlaid with iron pyrites and shell originally, while red and white shell has been used to add details to the nose and mouth of both serpent heads. The word ' coatl ' means serpent, and is associated with several gods such as Quetzalcoatl (Feathered Serpent), Xiuhcoatl (Fire Serpent), Mixcoatl (Cloud Serpent) or Coatlicue (She of the Serpent Skirt), the mother of the Aztec god Huitzilopochtli. Serpents were also used as architectural elements, for example, a wall of serpents (coatepantli) was often used to mark out sacred spaces within
Genre: Minor arts
Period/Style: Aztec
Location: British Museum
Genre: Minor arts
Period/Style: Aztec
Location: British Museum

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******** Prayer shawl (Tallit). United States, 1958.
Code: A126316
Artist: ********
Title: Prayer shawl (Tallit). United States, 1958.
Location: The Jewish Museum - New York
Credits: Photo The Jewish Museum/Art Resource/Scala, Florence
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******** Prayer shawl (Tallit). United States, 1958.
Code: A126316
Artist: ********
Title: Prayer shawl (Tallit). United States, 1958.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: The Jewish Museum
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: The Jewish Museum

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Turrell, James (b. 1943) Afrum (White), 1967. Purchased with funds provided by David Bohnett and Tom Gregory through the 2008 Collectors Committee (M.2008.60)
Code: A407700
Artist: Turrell, James (b. 1943)
Title: Afrum (White), 1967. Purchased with funds provided by David Bohnett and Tom Gregory through the 2008 Collectors Committee (M.2008.60)
Location: Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) - Los Angeles (CA)
Credits: Digital Image Museum Associates/LACMA/Art Resource NY/Scala, Florence
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Turrell, James (b. 1943) Afrum (White), 1967. Purchased with funds provided by David Bohnett and Tom Gregory through the 2008 Collectors Committee (M.2008.60)
Code: A407700
Artist: Turrell, James (b. 1943)
Title: Afrum (White), 1967. Purchased with funds provided by David Bohnett and Tom Gregory through the 2008 Collectors Committee (M.2008.60)
Genre: Minor arts
Period/Style: Post 1945
Location: Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
Genre: Minor arts
Period/Style: Post 1945
Location: Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

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******** Marble column drum from the later Temple of Artemis at Ephesos
Code: BM03565
Artist: ********
Title: Marble column drum from the later Temple of Artemis at Ephesos
Location: British Museum - London
Credits: The Trustees of the British Museum c/o Scala, Florence
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******** Marble column drum from the later Temple of Artemis at Ephesos
Code: BM03565
Artist: ********
Title: Marble column drum from the later Temple of Artemis at Ephesos
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: British Museum
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: British Museum

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Kintzing, Christian (18th cent.) Clavichord, 1763
Code: ME06758
Artist: Kintzing, Christian (18th cent.)
Title: Clavichord, 1763
Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York
Credits: Image copyright The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource/Scala, Florence
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Kintzing, Christian (18th cent.) Clavichord, 1763
Code: ME06758
Artist: Kintzing, Christian (18th cent.)
Title: Clavichord, 1763
Genre: Minor arts
Period/Style: Eighteenth Century
Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Genre: Minor arts
Period/Style: Eighteenth Century
Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Hoffmann, Josef (1870-1956) Armchair for the architectural office of the Wiener Werkstätte. Vienna 1903-04. Stained solid
Code: A386440
Artist: Hoffmann, Josef (1870-1956)
Title: Armchair for the architectural office of the Wiener Werkstätte. Vienna 1903-04. Stained solid
Location: Neue Galerie New York - New York
Credits: Neue Galerie New York/Art Resource/Scala, Florence
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Hoffmann, Josef (1870-1956) Armchair for the architectural office of the Wiener Werkstätte. Vienna 1903-04. Stained solid
Code: A386440
Artist: Hoffmann, Josef (1870-1956)
Title: Armchair for the architectural office of the Wiener Werkstätte. Vienna 1903-04. Stained solid
Genre: Design
Period/Style: Art-Nouveau - Liberty
Location: Neue Galerie New York
Genre: Design
Period/Style: Art-Nouveau - Liberty
Location: Neue Galerie New York

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******** Memento Mori Pendant, or The Tor Abbey Jewel. England, 1540-50
Code: VA03612
Artist: ********
Title: Memento Mori Pendant, or The Tor Abbey Jewel. England, 1540-50
Location: Victoria & Albert Museum - London
Credits: Photo Scala, Florence/V&A Images/Victoria and Albert Museum, London
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******** Memento Mori Pendant, or The Tor Abbey Jewel. England, 1540-50
Code: VA03612
Artist: ********
Title: Memento Mori Pendant, or The Tor Abbey Jewel. England, 1540-50
Genre: Minor arts
Period/Style: High Renaissance
Location: Victoria & Albert Museum
Genre: Minor arts
Period/Style: High Renaissance
Location: Victoria & Albert Museum

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******** The Great Harris Papyrus
Code: BM04517
Artist: ********
Title: The Great Harris Papyrus
Location: British Museum - London
Credits: The Trustees of the British Museum c/o Scala, Florence
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******** The Great Harris Papyrus
Code: BM04517
Artist: ********
Title: The Great Harris Papyrus
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: British Museum
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: British Museum

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Zen, Carlo (1851-1918) Writing desk (back). Italy, 1902.
Code: A390003
Artist: Zen, Carlo (1851-1918)
Title: Writing desk (back). Italy, 1902.
Location: Cooper-Hewitt - Smithsonian Design Museum - New York
Credits: Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum/Art Resource, NY/Scala, Florence
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Zen, Carlo (1851-1918) Writing desk (back). Italy, 1902.
Code: A390003
Artist: Zen, Carlo (1851-1918)
Title: Writing desk (back). Italy, 1902.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Cooper-Hewitt - Smithsonian Design Museum
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Cooper-Hewitt - Smithsonian Design Museum

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Egyptian art One of a pair of bracelets found on Shoshenq II's body with representations of the Wedjat eye upon a basket. The eyes are depictions of the eyes of the god Horus with the left representing the sun and the right the moon. By wearing these braceletes the king would be protected and guided by the god into eternity. Origin: Ancient Egypt. Date/Period: Third Intermediate period 22nd Dynasty, c. 890 BC. Culture: Ancient Egyptian: Place of Origin: Tanis
Code: W011853
Artist: Egyptian art
Title: One of a pair of bracelets found on Shoshenq II's body with representations of the Wedjat eye upon a basket. The eyes are depictions of the eyes of the god Horus with the left representing the sun and the right the moon. By wearing these braceletes the king would be protected and guided by the god into eternity. Origin: Ancient Egypt. Date/Period: Third Intermediate period 22nd Dynasty, c. 890 BC. Culture: Ancient Egyptian: Place of Origin: Tanis
Location: Egyptian Museum - Cairo
Credits: Photo Werner Forman Archive/Scala, Florence

Egyptian art One of a pair of bracelets found on Shoshenq II's body with representations of the Wedjat eye upon a basket. The eyes are depictions of the eyes of the god Horus with the left representing the sun and the right the moon. By wearing these braceletes the king would be protected and guided by the god into eternity. Origin: Ancient Egypt. Date/Period: Third Intermediate period 22nd Dynasty, c. 890 BC. Culture: Ancient Egyptian: Place of Origin: Tanis
Code: W011853
Artist: Egyptian art
Title: One of a pair of bracelets found on Shoshenq II's body with representations of the Wedjat eye upon a basket. The eyes are depictions of the eyes of the god Horus with the left representing the sun and the right the moon. By wearing these braceletes the king would be protected and guided by the god into eternity. Origin: Ancient Egypt. Date/Period: Third Intermediate period 22nd Dynasty, c. 890 BC. Culture: Ancient Egyptian: Place of Origin: Tanis
Genre: Minor arts
Period/Style: New Kingdom (XVIII-XXV dinasty)
Location: Egyptian Museum
Genre: Minor arts
Period/Style: New Kingdom (XVIII-XXV dinasty)
Location: Egyptian Museum

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