1) Mid Roman period wine jug with side handles, cone shape with flattened bottom, having holes for carrying cords, amphora is 10 in. H x 5 in. dia, 3 in. opening on 2.5 in. graduated collar, .75 in flatted bottom. Condition is good, no coloration remains, 2) Seventh century Judea jug 10.5 in. H x 6.5 in. bottom dia. with raised .25 in. base and .6 in. pour spout, 2 in. collar on 2.5 in. raised neck with applied handle, sand clay, burried fired with no coloration save sand color. Condition overall very good with minor bruises, 3) Holy Land oil pitcher with sloped lines design and applied handle ca. AD 1000, measures 5 in. H x 3 in. dia. with .75 in. pour hole. Condition very good, 4) Holy Land wine strainer amphora with spout with sloped lines design ca. AD 1000 4 in. H x 2.5 in. dia., spout hole is .25 in. fill hole is .375 in. Condition near excellent, one very small bruise to spout, 5) Small oil lamp, rare Hasnonean Maccabr terracotta, 1.5 in. x 3 in. spout diameter. Condition good, 6) Double handle vessel with hand-painted design with lines and circles, Middle Bronze Age Israeli amphora, excellent condition, 6.25 in. H x 4.25 in. dia., 7) Single handle vessel, Pre-Columbian medicine pitcher,. 3.75 in. H x 3 in. dia.