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Cast bronze decorative spoon from the River Thames, London pic1.Ornate spoons such as these are usually found in graves and often come in pairs. AD 1 - 50 (Museum of London)

Cast bronze decorative spoon from the River Thames, London pic1.Ornate spoons such as these are usually found in graves and often come in pairs. AD 1 - 50 (Museum of London)

*POMPEII, ITALY ~ Bronze Oil-Lamp from Pompeii (79 AD) - Naples, Archaeological Museum - Lighting in Antiquity

*POMPEII, ITALY ~ Bronze Oil-Lamp from Pompeii (79 AD) - Naples, Archaeological Museum - Lighting in Antiquity

Donation mummy with dog bones, ca.400 BC–100 AD. Egypt, Western Desert; Kharga Oasis, el-Deir. Late–Roman Period | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY

Donation mummy with dog bones, ca.400 BC–100 AD. Egypt, Western Desert; Kharga Oasis, el-Deir. Late–Roman Period | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY

Bronze furniture attachment. Period: Early Imperial, Augustan. Date: late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D. Culture: Roman.

Bronze furniture attachment. Period: Early Imperial, Augustan. Date: late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D. Culture: Roman.

This royal armor, possibly the last made in Europe, is believed to have been presented to the five-year-old Infante Luis (1701–1724), prince of Asturias, by his great-grandfather Louis XIV of France (1638–1715, r. from 1643). Luis was the first Spanish-born Bourbon heir to the throne of Spain and ruled briefly as Luis I in 1724.

This royal armor, possibly the last made in Europe, is believed to have been presented to the five-year-old Infante Luis (1701–1724), prince of Asturias, by his great-grandfather Louis XIV of France (1638–1715, r. from 1643). Luis was the first Spanish-born Bourbon heir to the throne of Spain and ruled briefly as Luis I in 1724.

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