Shapur II Hunting Sassanian Silver Plate Gift of Nasli M. Heeramaneck (M.76.174.18)
Statue of a Spartan warrior, from the Isle of Samos, 520BCE. It is easy to imagine that this statue possibly represents either Archias or Lycopas, two Spartans who died valiantly when the Spartans sent aid to Samos in order to oust the pro-Persian tyrant, Polykrates. For their brave actions, they were buried within the city walls of Samos, and given full honors by the Samians.
ca. 1400–1200 BCE. Mycenaean Glass Necklace fragments with Gold Leaf
Roman gold gryllos intaglio ring, ca. 2nd century B.C.