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Painted Earthenware Dragon
China
4th-5th Century, Six Dynasties 
Placed in a tomb, a dragon provided a means to get to heaven. But ceramic dragons were also modeled in times of drought: “When the dragon appears, then wind and rain arise to escort him.”
Source: The Walters Art Museum
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Babylonian gold necklace and beads
These pieces of jewellery show the finest craftmenship in the ancient Middle East. The symbols all represent gods. 
The female figurines are protective deities; the goddess Lama. The disk represents the sungod Shamash and the disk with the lightening bolts are for the stormgod Adad. 
Found in the Middle East
Old Babylonian Period, 18 - 17th century B.C. 
Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Jewellery Set
Early Byzantine
AD 600
(Source: The British Museum)
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Finger Ring
4th Century AD
Found on the Hill of St Louis, Tunisia
(Source: The British Museum)
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Mummy case for a cat
305 BC - AD 30
Ptolemaic
(Source: The British Museum)
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Pair of Earrings joined together with a gold chain (loop perhaps worn at the front)
c.200 BC
Found in Egypt
(Source: The British Museum)
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Cheron Tomkins - Homage to Rosalind Franklin, 2011
Paintings: Acrylics on Canvas
http://www.curatenyc.org/index.php/painting/item/1759-cheron-tomkins-homage-to-rosalind-franklin
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sans titre by Arno Arno on Flickr.