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2134: Eastern Mediterranean Sea, c. 500-300 B.C. an ela
2180: A lot of two items. First a tubular drill said to2179: An unusual wooden object, perhaps ancient Egyptia
Encino, CA, United States
DoneSun, May 7, 2006 7:00 PM UTC

Ancient Art from Around the World

The Sunday, May 7th session will feature Important Ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman artifacts in stone, bronze, gold and silver. Also an important collection of ancient glass and stone beads from Phoenicia, related necklaces, Coptic textiles, Holy Land lamps and artifacts, an Important collection of Indus Valley Pottery, Persian Artifacts, and antique European collectibles.

The Saturday, May 13th session with feature Fine Pre-Columbian Art, Stone Arrowheads, Art from China, Thailand and Japan as well as a nice selection of reference books on all topics relating to ancient and Pre-Columbian art.

The June 4th session features the Rare and Important Numismatic books, publications and catalogues in the Joel L. Malter Library.