Faience Cat Ancient Egypt - 26th Dynasty Vivid blue faience cat seated on a base and wearing a collar. Sacred animal to the sun god Ra and Bastet. The earliest Egyptian depiction of the cat took the...
Collection of historical artifacts
A 14th-century B.C. relief depicts a "fish-man" carrying a pinecone and bucket, symbols of purification.Temple of the Storm God Adda, under Citadel of Aleppo
Canopic Jar w/ Head of Duamutef -- Circa 1295-1185 -- Egypt, Dynasty 19 -- Faience -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Sumerian Boundary stone - kudurru (1125-1100 BC). The cuneiform inscription records the granting by Eanna-shum-iddina, the governor of the Sealand, of five gur of corn land in the district of Edina in south Babylonia to a man called Gula-eresh.