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Ramesses II, 2 pictures.
Marble statue of a youth on horseback, Roman, made in Italy AD 1-50, 4 pictures.
Parthenon Sculptures, 4 pictures.
Nereid Monument, circa 380 B.C., 2 pictures.
The Portland Vase  Perhaps from Rome, Italy, about AD 5-25   The most famous cameo-glass vessel from antiquity, 3 pictures.
Egyptian cat mummies, 2 pictures.
Colossal granite head of Amenhotep III, circa 13 B.C.
Bronze figure of a seated cat. From Saqqara, Egypt Late Period, after 600 BC.
The British Museum's new Great Court, 2 pictures
The British Museum in London, established in 1753, is one of the world's greatest museums of human history and culture. Its
collections, which number more than 13 million objects from all continents, illustrate and document the story of human culture from its
beginning to the present. (Source:
The Pegasus Vase by Wedgwood
Statue of Pan, about 45-25 BC. From a villa at Monte Cagnolo, near Rome, Italy.
Marble statue of Hermes, 2 pictures.
A view of the forecourt.
Actaeon attacked by hounds.
The Townley vase.
Amenhotep III.
Sphinx, from the Towley Collection, Wolfson Gallery.
Alexander the Great, 2 views
Colossal royal head, about 1500 BC.