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Reconstruction of the Queen's Lyre

Reconstruction of the Queen's Lyre

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Date: -2600/-2400
Creator: unknown
Description: The reconstructed lyre includes inlay designs on the sound board as well as a bull's head.
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Chalice

Chalice

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Date: 1100~
Creator: unknown
Description: This is a footed metal cup made of quartz, enamel and gilded silver. Base of the cup is made of metal with round design frames. Frames have human figures drawn inside them. The top part of the cup has a border with same design motif. There are gems embedded on the top border that are black in color. The encircled human figures are surrounded by white beads. There are rombus embedded red stones on the belt as well. There is red enamel in the middle part of the metal cup. There are circular discs on this red enameled part.
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Shoulder Clasp From the Sutton Hoo Ship Burial

Shoulder Clasp From the Sutton Hoo Ship Burial

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Date: 0625~
Creator: unknown
Description: This is an anglo saxon jewelry. Made with gold, garnet and millefiore glass this Shoulder Clasp From the Sutton Hoo Ship Burial is oval in shape. There is gold, red and blue colors on the clasp. There are repeated patterns on the art piece. This clasp can be compiled together with a pin that is attached with a chain. There is visible mesh work designs on the front followed by abstract organic shapes. Inside of the gold clasp is mostly plain other than some visible textures. Pin holding up the two identical clasps has a big textured part attached to the chain.
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Head of a Woman

Head of a Woman

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Date: unknown
Creator: Klimt, Gustav
Description: The drawing depicts the frontal view of a woman. The face is more complete and embellished with color while the rest of the drawing consists of only a few expressive lines.
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The Giantest Snowball

The Giantest Snowball

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Date: 1903
Creator: Mayne, Jean
Description: The painting depicts a group of five boys rolling a large snowball. More boys can be seen playing in the background. The palette consists of muted tones in grays and browns. Snow is on the ground and city buildings are in the background.
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The Union Club

The Union Club

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Date: 1801
Creator: Gillray, James
Description: A raucous party is taking place in this engraving.
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The Flower Sellers

The Flower Sellers

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Date: 1883
Creator: Marchetti, Ludovico
Description: Two women in ruffled gowns are at the center of the action next to a donkey carrying the flower seller's baskets. General merrymaking takes place behind and beside the women. A couple at the right side of the painting are seated and appear to be chatting.
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The People's Budget

The People's Budget

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Date: 1909
Creator: Walker, Jack
Description: A group of people in the background carry protest placards while a disheveled couple in the foreground make a comment about taxes.
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Young Girl in the Fields

Young Girl in the Fields

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Date: unknown
Creator: Carpentier, Evariste
Description: A stream runs through a landscape with a young woman standing on the bank. The foliage is green and rich and the sky cloudy. Some cows graze in the background. The girl wears a long, blue dress.
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The Plum Pudding in Danger

The Plum Pudding in Danger

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Date: 1805
Creator: Gillray, James
Description: The artwork depicts two men in royal garb cutting a globe into thirds as though it were food.
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