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Bronze oil ampula in the form of a dancing bear. Roman. 3rd century A.D. | Cleveland Museum of Art
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Italy, Roman, century, bronze, Overall: x x cm x 4 x 3 in.

Bronze oil ampula in the form of a dancing bear. Roman. 3rd century A.D. | Cleveland Museum of Art

Bronze oil ampula in the form of a dancing bear. Roman. 3rd century A.D. | Cleveland Museum of Art

Oil Ampula in the Form of a Dancing Bear | Cleveland Museum of Art

Oil Ampula in the form of a dancing bear Bronze Roman Century AD Source: Cleveland Museum of Art

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Vessel in the shape of a Bear Roman or Byzantine 200-400 CE made possibly in Rome
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Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York.

Vessel in the shape of a Bear Roman or Byzantine 200-400 CE made possibly in Rome
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Egypto-Roman Bronze Sculpture of a Male Dog - PF.5491 Origin: Egypt Circa: 300 BC to 100 BC Dimensions: 3" (7.6cm) high x 5" (12.7cm) wide Collection: Egyptian Antiquities Style: Ptolemaic Medium: Bronze
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Egypto-Roman Bronze Sculpture of a Male Dog - PF.5491 Origin: Egypt Circa: 300 BC to 100 BC Dimensions: 3" (7.6cm) high x 5" (12.7cm) wide Collection: Egyptian Antiquities Style: Ptolemaic Medium: Bronze

Egypto-Roman Bronze Sculpture of a Male Dog - PF.5491 Origin: Egypt Circa: 300 BC to 100 BC  Dimensions: 3" (7.6cm) high x 5" (12.7cm) wide  Collection: Egyptian Antiquities Style: Ptolemaic Medium: Bronze
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Barbarian, 1-100 Italy, Rome, 1st Century
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Barbarian, 1-100 Italy, Rome, 1st Century

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Relief of Mars Ultor, 26 BC - 14 Italy, Roman, Augustan period marble
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Relief of Mars Ultor, 26 BC - 14 Italy, Roman, Augustan period marble

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ART OF THE DAY: Wolf-Head Barge Fixture, 1-200 Italy, Rome, 1st-2nd Century. See it at the Cleveland Museum of Art
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Bronze Wolf Head Barge Fixture AD Roman This snarling wolf head is closely similar to others that were attached to a luxurious pleasure barge moored on a lake near Rome.

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ART OF THE DAY: Wolf-Head Barge Fixture, 1-200 Italy, Rome, 1st-2nd Century. See it at the Cleveland Museum of Art

ART OF THE DAY: Wolf-Head Barge Fixture, 1-200 Italy, Rome, 1st-2nd Century. See it at the Cleveland Museum of Art

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