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Collection: Antiquities - Classical Greek & Roman

There are 21 objects in this collection.
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Dodecahedron

Accession Number:1967A1306
Collection:Antiquities - Classical Greek & Roman

Purchased from R T Clough.
Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery


Dolphin Form Brooch

Accession Number:1948A232
Collection:Antiquities - Classical Greek & Roman

Presented by A R Harvey, 1948.
Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery


Fibula

Accession Number:1920A137
Collection:Antiquities - Classical Greek & Roman

Presented by Birmingham Jewellers' and Silversmiths' Association, 1920.
Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery


Figurine of Hercules

Accession Number:1982A1573
Collection:Antiquities - Classical Greek & Roman

Transferred by the Trustees of the Wellcome Trust in accordance with an order of Mr Justice Foster, dated 21 March 1977.
Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery


Figurine of Mars or Armoured Votary

Accession Number:1885A1505
Collection:Antiquities - Classical Greek & Roman

Purchased from John Staunton, 1878.
Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery


Flask

Accession Number:1895A18
Collection:Antiquities - Classical Greek & Roman

Purchased from Mr Thomas Swan.
Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery


Head of Young Boy

Accession Number:1961A144
Collection:Antiquities - Classical Greek & Roman

Purchased at Sotheby's, 1961.
Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery


Horizontal Wall Tile

Accession Number:1964A112.3
Collection:Antiquities - Classical Greek & Roman

Purchased from Sotheby's.
Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery


Hydria

Accession Number:1938A297
Collection:Antiquities - Classical Greek & Roman

Presented by Doctor J R Ratcliffe, 1938.
Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery


Hydria or Water Jar

Accession Number:1885A1618
Maker:Dwarf Painter
Collection:Antiquities - Classical Greek & Roman

Purchased from Rollin and Feuardent, Paris, through Sir Charles James Robinson.
Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery

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