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Sale of Property from Bagazust to Ananiah (Aramaic)

Papyrus, L. 80.4 cm; W. 30 cm. Elephantine Island, September 14, 437 BCE. Bequest of Theodora Wilbour from the collection of her father, Charles Edwin Wilbour. Brooklyn Museum: 47.218.95 a–b.

Adoption Agreement for the Slave Jedaniah (Aramaic)

Papyrus, L. 35 cm; W. 29.5 cm. Elephantine Island, September–October 416 BCE. Bequest of Theodora Wilbour from the collection of her father, Charles Edwin Wilbour. Brooklyn Museum: 47.218.96a–b.

Property Transfer Document by Ananiah to Jehoishema (Aramaic)

Papyrus, L. 72.9 cm; W. 31.5 cm. Elephantine Island, November 25–26, 404 BCE. Bequest of Theodora Wilbour from the collection of her father, Charles Edwin Wilbour. Brooklyn Museum: 47.218.92.

Cession of a Tomb Chapel (Demotic)

Papyrus, L. 46 cm; W. 90 cm. Drah Abu El–Naga (Thebes), October 2, 301 BCE. The Eckley B. Coxe Jr. Expedition to Drah abu el Naga (Thebes), Egypt. Directed by Clarence Stanley Fisher, 1921–1923. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology: 29–86–505.2.

Sale of a House (Demotic)

Papyrus, L. 47 cm; W. 103 cm. Drah Abu El–Naga (Thebes), January 287 BCE. The Eckley B. Coxe Jr. Expedition to Drah abu el Naga (Thebes), Egypt. Directed by Clarence Stanley Fisher, 1921–1923, University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology: 29–86–507.1.

Contract for Sale of Wheat with Deferred Delivery (Demotic)

Papyrus, L. 34.6 cm; W. 16.9 cm. Saqqara, February 14, 108 BCE. Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund. Brooklyn Museum: 37.1802e.

Letter from Simale to Zenon (Greek)

Papyrus, L. 17 cm; W. 32 cm. Philadelphia (Fayyum), Before March 10, 257 BCE. Columbia University Purchase. Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Columbia University in the City of New York: Col.inv. 286.

Letter from Artemidoros to Zenon (Greek)

Papyrus, L. 14 cm; W. 26 cm. Philadelphia (Fayyum), April 26, 257 BCE. Columbia University Purchase. Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Columbia University in the City of New York: Col.inv. 288.

Letter from Attinas to Zenon (Greek)

Papyrus, L. 10.5 cm; W. 21 cm. Philadelphia (Fayyum), May–June 257 BCE. Columbia University Purchase. Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Columbia University in the City of New York: Col.inv. 293.

Fragment of Homer’s Odyssey (17.331–355)

Papyrus, L. 16.8 cm; W. 4.2 cm. Oxyrhynchos, 1st century CE. Columbia University Purchase. Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Columbia University in the City of New York: Col.inv. 514.

Two Fragments of Phaedrus by Plato (266B and 266D)

Papyrus, 2 fragments: L. 3.1 cm; W. 6 cm; L. 10.9 cm; W. 3.1 cm. Egypt, ca. 170–240 CE. Columbia University Purchase. Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Columbia University in the City of New York: Col.inv. 492a.

Relief Plaque Depicting Hieroglyphic Signs

Stone, L. 23.8 cm; W. 14 cm; D. 2.5 cm. Egypt, ca. 300 BCE. Museum Purchase Fund. Art Institute of Chicago: 1920.253.

Jar with Greek Inscription

Alabaster, H. 27.6 cm; W. 30.5; D. 30.5 cm. Egypt, 305–30 BCE. Museum Purchase Fund. Art Institute of Chicago: 1911.105.

Scribe’s Inkwell

Faience, H. 3.2 cm; W. 2.2 cm; D. 5.1 cm. Egypt, 664 BCE–395 CE. Gift of Evangeline Wilbour Blashfield, Theodora Wilbour, and Victor Wilbour honoring the wishes of their mother, Charlotte Beebe Wilbour, as a memorial to their father, Charles. Brooklyn Museum: 16.139.

Scribe’s Palette and Pens

Wood and Reeds, H. 3.5 cm; W. 1.8 cm; L. 12.6 cm. Elephantine Island, 525–343 BCE. Gift of Evangeline Wilbour Blashfield, Theodora Wilbour, and Victor Wilbour honoring the wishes of their mother, Charlotte Beebe Wilbour, as a memorial to their father, Charles. Brooklyn Museum: 16.99a–d.

Amulet of the God Thoth as an Ibis

Faience, H. 6 cm; W. 2.85 cm; D. 1.9 cm. Egypt, 305–30 BCE. Gift of Henry H. Getty, Charles L. Hutchinson, and Norman W. Harris. Art Institute of Chicago: 1892.133.

Statuette of Imhotep

Bronze, H. 12.7 cm; W. 3.8 cm; D. 6.3 cm. Egypt, 305–30 BCE. Gift of Henry H. Getty, Charles L. Hutchinson, and Norman W. Harris. Art Institute of Chicago: 1892.160.

Amulet of the God Thoth as a Baboon

Faience, H. 4.1 cm; W. 1.4 cm; D. 1.4 cm. Egypt, 305–30 BCE. Gift of Henry H. Getty and Charles L. Hutchinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1894.759.

Tetradrachm

Obverse: Head of Alexander the Great. Reverse: Athena Alkidemos, Eagle on Fulmen. Silver, Diam. 2.9 cm; 15.58 g. Minted in Alexandria, 310 BCE. American Numismatic Society: 1974.26.5294.

Tetradrachm

Obverse: Head of Alexander the Great. Reverse: Athena with Nike. Silver, Diam. 2.7 cm; 15.48 g. Minted in Thrace, 306–281 BCE. Gift of William F. Dunham. Art Institute of Chicago: 1920.733.

Pentadrachm

Obverse: Head of Ptolemy I. Reverse: Eagle on Fulmen. Gold, Diam. 2.4 cm; 17.82 g. Minted in Cyprus, 285–247 BCE. Gift of Martin A. Ryerson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1922.4933.

Tetradrachm

Obverse: Jugate Portrait of Ptolemy II and Arsinoe II. Reverse: Jugate Portrait of Ptolemy I and Berenice I. Gold, Diam. 2.1 cm; 13.85 g. Minted in Alexandria, After 270 BCE. Gift of William F. Dunham. Art Institute of Chicago: 1922.4256.

Octadrachm

Obverse: Head of Arsinoe III in the Guise of Arsinoe II. Reverse: Double Cornucopiae. Gold, Diam. 2.6 cm; 27.65 g. Minted in Alexandria, 212 BCE. American Numismatic Society: 1967.152.650.

Tetradrachm

Obverse: Bust of Ptolemy V. Reverse: Eagle on Fulmen. Silver, Diam. 2.6 cm; 14.33 g. Minted in Phoenicia, 205–180 BCE. American Numismatic Society: 1967.152.655.

Tetradrachm

Obverse: Head of Ptolemy VI. Reverse: Eagle on Fulmen. Silver, Diam. 2.5 cm; 13.14 g. Minted in Egypt, 181–145 BCE. American Numismatic Society: 1959.254.66.

Didrachm

Obverse: Bust of Ptolemy VIII. Reverse: Eagle on Fulmen. Silver, Diam. 2 cm; 6.73 g. Minted in Alexandria, 138–137 BCE. American Numismatic Society: 1944.100.75452.

Tetradrachm

Obverse: Head of Ptolemy X. Reverse: Eagle on Fulmen. Silver, Diam. 2.7 cm; 13.4 g. Minted in Alexandria, 107 BCE. American Numismatic Society: 1944.100.79010.

Tetradrachm

Obverse: Head of Ptolemy XI. Reverse: Eagle on Fulmen. Silver, Diam. 2.5 cm; 17.17 g. Minted in Alexandria, 95–94 BCE. American Numismatic Society: 1944.100.79217.

Tetradrachm

Obverse: Head of Ptolemy XII. Reverse: Eagle on Fulmen. Silver, Diam. 2.4 cm; 14.18 g. Minted in Alexandria, 81–80 BCE. American Numismatic Society: 1944.100.79192.

Tetradrachm

Obverse: Head of Ptolemy I. Reverse: Eagle on Fulmen. Silver, Diam. 2.6 cm; 14.06 g. Minted in Alexandria, 53–52 BCE. Gift of William F. Dunham. Art Institute of Chicago: 1920.699.

Denarius

Obverse: Bust of Cleopatra VII. Reverse: Head of Mark Antony. Silver, Diam. 1.9 cm; 3.36 g. Minted in Alexandria, About 32 BCE. Gift of Martin A. Ryerson Art Institute of Chicago: 1922.4855.

Head of Amenhotep II

Granodiorite, H. 17.8 cm; W. 17 cm; D. 14.2 cm. Egypt, XVIII Dynasty (1427–1400 BCE). Purchase, Fletcher Fund and The Guide Foundation Inc. The Metropolitan Museum of Art: 66.99.20.

Statue of Ptahhotep in Persian Costume

Schist, H. 83 cm; W. 27 cm. Temple of Ptah, Memphis XXVII Dynasty (525–490 BCE). Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund. Brooklyn Museum: 37.353.

Statue of an Official in Persian Costume

Granite, H. 79 cm; W. 44.5 cm; D. 28.3 cm. Egypt, XXXI Dynasty (343–332 BCE). Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Brush. Brooklyn Museum: 71.139.

Head of a Ptolemaic Pharaoh

Basalt, H. 26 cm; W. 26.7 cm; D. 20.1 cm. Egypt 304–200 BCE. Anonymous Loan: 20.2012.

Head of Arsinoe III

Marble, H. 23.5 cm; W. 10.9 cm; D. 12 cm. Egypt, 215–175 BCE. The Harold A. Strickland, Jr., Collection. Yale University Art Gallery: 1998.23.10.

Head of Berenice II

Pentelic Marble, H. 21.8 cm; W. 10.2 cm; D. 8.7 cm. Egypt, 1st century BCE. Gift of Evangeline Wilbour Blashfield, Theodora Wilbour, and Victor Wilbour honoring the wishes of their mother, Charlotte Beebe Wilbour, as a memorial to their father, Charles Edwin Wilbour. Brooklyn Museum: 16.580.82.

Fragment of Oinochoe Depicting Arsinoe II

Faience , H. 3.8 cm; W. 2 cm; D. 3 cm. Alexandria Region, 275–270 BCE. Purchase, Edward S. Harkness Gift. The Metropolitan Museum of Art: 26.7.1017.

Relief Plaque of Woman or Goddess

Limestone, H. 15 cm; W. 7.6 cm. Memphis, ca. 350 BCE. Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund. Brooklyn Museum: 63.37.

Head from a Statuette of a Man

Granite, H. 11.3 cm; W. 8.6 cm; D. 12.2 cm. Egypt, XIII Dynasty (1759–1675 BCE). Gift of Mrs. Frederic B. Pratt. Brooklyn Museum: 37.394.

Amulet of the Goddess Isis with Her Child, the God Horus

Faience, H. 6 cm; W. 3.5 cm; D. 1.9 cm. Egypt, 1070–332 BCE. Gift of Charles L. Hutchinson, Henry H. Getty, and Norman W. Harris. Art Institute of Chicago: 1892.52.

Finger Ring with the Goddess Isis and Her Child, the God Horus

Gold, H. 1.6 cm; L. 1 cm. Egypt, 305–30 BCE. Gift of Henry H. Getty and Charles L. Hutchinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1894.960.

Amulet of Tyet (Isis Knot)

Faience, H. 4.1 cm; W. 1.9 cm; D. 0.5 cm. Egypt, XXVI Dynasty (664–525 BCE). Gift of Charles L. Hutchinson, Henry H. Getty, and Norman W. Harris. Art Institute of Chicago: 1892.86.

Amulet of the Goddess Nephthys, the God Horus as a Child, and the Goddess Isis

Faience, H. 4.1 cm; W. 2.9 cm; D. 1.4 cm. Egypt, XXVI Dynasty (664–525 BCE). W. Moses Willner Fund. Art Institute of Chicago: 1910.162.

Amulet of the Goddess Nephthys, the God Horus as a Child, and the Goddess Isis

Faience, H. 5.1 cm; W. 3.6 cm; D. 1.6 cm. Egypt, 305–30 BCE. Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund. Brooklyn Museum: 37.939E.

Bottle with Openwork Depicting Hathor

Egyptian Blue, H. 17 cm; Diam. 7.5 cm. Upper Egypt, XXI–XXII Dynasty (1070–718 BCE). Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund. Brooklyn Museum: 44.175.

Statuette of Aphrodite Anadyomene

Faience, H. 36 cm; W. 10.8 cm. Egypt, 2nd century BCE. Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund. Brooklyn Museum: 44.7.

Statuette of the God Osiris

Bronze, H. 27 cm; W. 6.8 cm; D. 4.5 cm. Egypt, XXVI Dynasty (664–525 BCE). Gift of Henry H. Getty, Charles L. Hutchinson, and Norman W. Harris. Art Institute of Chicago: 1892.130.

Finger Ring with Busts of Isis and Zeus Serapis

Gold, L. 3.2 cm; Diam. 2.4 cm. Saqqara, 1st century BCE–1st century CE. Gift of Evangeline Wilbour Blashfield, Theodora Wilbour, and Victor Wilbour honoring the wishes of their mother, Charlotte Beebe Wilbour, as a memorial to their father, Charles Edwin Wilbour. Brooklyn Museum: 16.148.

Stater

Obverse: Quadriga. Reverse: Zeus Ammon Holding a Patera. Gold, Diam. 2 cm; 8.69 g. Minted in Cyrene, 322–308 BCE. Gift of Martin A. Ryerson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1922.4932.

Tetradrachm

Obverse: Head of Zeus. Reverse: Philip II on Horseback. Silver, Diam. 2.8 cm; 13.92 g. Minted in Pella, 359–336 BCE. Gift of William F. Dunham. Art Institute of Chicago: 1920.705.

Ram Amulet

Glass, H. 2.5; W. 1.9 cm; D. 0.5 cm. Egypt, 664–30 BCE. W. Moses Willner Fund. Art Institute of Chicago: 1910.161.

Statuette of the God Horus as a Child (Harpocrates) or Somtus

Bronze, H. 19.1 cm; W. 7.6 cm; D. 6.4 cm. Egypt, 664–30 BCE. Gift of Henry H. Getty, Charles L. Hutchinson, Robert H. Fleming, and Norman W. Harris. Art Institute of Chicago: 1894.365.

Statuette of Horus as Harpocrates

Bronze, H. 12.9 cm; W. 2.6 cm; D. 5.7 cm. Tell el Muqdam (Leontopolis), ca. 305–200 BCE. Gift of Evangeline Wilbour Blashfield, Theodora Wilbour, and Victor Wilbour honoring the wishes of their mother, Charlotte Beebe Wilbour, as a memorial to their father, Charles Edwin Wilbour. Brooklyn Museum: 16.319.

Statuette of the God Horus as a Child (Harpocrates) or Somtus

Bronze, H. 13.7 cm; W. 3.5 cm; D. 6.4 cm. Egypt, 305–30 BCE. Collection of the Art Institute of Chicago. Art Institute of Chicago: 200783.

Statuette of Horus as Harpocrates

Bronze, H. 14.8 cm. Egypt, 320–30 BCE. Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund. Brooklyn Museum: 47.87.

Amulet of the God Re–Horakhty

Faience, H. 7.9 cm; W. 1.9 cm; D. 2.2 cm. Egypt, 664–30 BCE. Gift of Charles L. Hutchinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1894.1946.

Statuette of the God Re–Horakhty

Bronze, gilt, H. 25 cm; W. 8.3 cm; D. 10.5 cm. Egypt, XXI–XXVI Dynasty (1070–656 BCE). Gift of Henry H. Getty, Charles L. Hutchinson, and Robert H. Fleming. Art Institute Of Chicago: 1894.261.

Fragmentary Cippus of Horus

Limestone, H. 14.1 cm; W. 10 cm; D. 2.2 cm. Egypt, 664–332 BCE. Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund. Brooklyn Museum: 37.1528E.

Relief Plaque Depicting the God Horus as a Falcon

Limestone, H. 31.1 cm; W. 28.3 cm; D. 3.2 cm. Egypt, 664–30 BCE. Museum Purchase Fund. Art Institute of Chicago: 1920.258.

Statue of the God Horus as a Falcon

Basalt, H. 52 cm; W. 48.3 cm; D. 18.75 cm. Egypt, 305–30 BCE. Gift of the Alsdorf Foundation. Art Institute of Chicago: 2002.632.

Amulet of the God Horus as a Falcon

Faience, H. 7 cm; W. 2.9 cm; D. 6.7 cm. Egypt, 664–30 BCE. Gift of Henry H. Getty, Charles L. Hutchinson, Robert H. Fleming, and Norman W. Harris. Art Institute of Chicago: 1894.356.

Amulet of the Eye of the God Horus (Wediat)

Gold, H. 1 cm; W. 1.3 cm; D. 0.3 cm. Egypt, 305–30 BCE. Gift of Henry H. Getty and Charles L. Hutchinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1894.959b.

Amulet of the Eye of the God Horus (Wediat)

Gold, H. 0.9 cm; W. 1.2 cm; D. 0.3 cm. Egypt, 305–30 BCE. Gift of Henry H. Getty and Charles L. Hutchinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1894.959c.

Amulet of the Eye of the God Horus (Wediat)

Faience, H. 1.6 cm; W. 1.6 cm; D. 0.6 cm. Egypt, 305–30 BCE. Gift of Henry H. Getty and Charles L. Hutchinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1894.878.

Amulet of the Eye of the God Horus (Wediat)

Glass, H. 2.2 cm; W. 1 cm; D. 0.5 cm. Egypt , 1st century BCE–1st century CE. Collection of the Art Institute of Chicago. Art Institute of Chicago: K–56.

Shabti of Horu

Faience, H. 13 cm; W. 3.8 cm; D. 2.9 cm. Egypt, XXVI Dynasty (664–525 BCE). Gift of William T. Baker. Art Institute of Chicago: 1891.50.1.

Shabti of Psammetichus

Faience, H. 18 cm; W. 7.3 cm; D. 3.8 cm. Egypt, XXVI–XXX Dynasty (664–343 BCE). Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1942.647.

Amulet of a Winged Scarab

Faience, H. 6.4 cm; W. 13 cm; D. 0.64 cm. Egypt, 664–332 BCE. Gift of Henry H. Getty, Charles L. Hutchinson, and Norman W. Harris. Art Institute of Chicago: 1892.231.

Amulet of the God Nehebkau

Gold, H. 1.9 cm; W. 1 cm; D. 0.8 cm. Egypt, 664–30 BCE. Gift of Henry H. Getty and Charles L. Hutchinson. Art Institute of Chicago 1894.962.

Block Statue of Nesthoth

Diorite, H. 39 cm; W. 16.7 cm; D. 20 cm. Thebes (Karnak), 305–30 BCE. Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund. Brooklyn Museum: 69.115.1.

Funerary Stela of a Galatian

Limestone H. 37.6 cm; W. 24.4 cm Alexandria 250–200 BCE Gift of Darius Odgen Mills MMA: 04.17.6

Funerary Hydria of a Boeotian

Terracotta, H. 46.9 cm; Diam. (max) 29.5 cm. Hadra (Alexandria), March 24–April 12, 213 BCE. Purchase, 1890. The Metropolitan Museum of Art: 90.9.13.

Pyxis attributed to the Ampersand Painter

Terracotta, Black Figure , H. 14 cm; W. 15 cm; D. 15 cm. Greece, 580–570 BCE. Museum Purchase Fund. Art Institute of Chicago: 1905.343a–b.

Sphinx for a Barque Shrine

Bronze, H. 21.6 cm; W. 16.5 cm; D. 3.2 cm. Egypt, XXVII–XXX Dynasty (525–343 BCE). Gift of Henry H. Getty, Charles L. Hutchinson, and Robert H. Fleming. Art Institute of Chicago: 1894.257.

Tile Depicting a Sphinx

Faience, H. 6.7 cm; W. 6.7 cm; D. 1.4 cm. Qantir, 3rd century BCE. Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund. Brooklyn Museum: 59.33.1.

Tile Depicting a Sphinx

Faience, H. 6.1 cm; W. 6.1 cm; D. 1.6 cm. Qantir, 3rd century BCE. Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund. Brooklyn Museum: 68.19.

Vessel with Decorative Motifs in Registers

Faience, H. 17 cm; Diam. 10.9 cm. Egypt, 1st century BCE–1st century CE. Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund. Brooklyn Museum: 70.89.3.

Cosmetic Container (Alabastron)

Alabaster, H. 7 cm; Diam. 3.5 cm. Egypt, 7th century BCE–1st century CE. Gift of Henry H. Getty and Charles L. Hutchinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1894.815.

Cosmetic Container (Alabastron)

Glass, H. 10.5 cm; W. 2.5 cm; D. 2.5 cm. Egypt, 525–275 BCE. Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1941.1074.

Fragment of Floral Inlay

Glass, H. 3 cm; W. 2.5 cm; D. 0.5 cm. Egypt, 1st century BCE–1st century CE. Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1949.1288.

Fragment of Inlay Depicting a Fish

Glass, H. 3 cm; W. 1.9 cm; D. 0.5 cm. Egypt, 1st century BCE–1st century CE. Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1949.1290.

Fragment of Floral Inlay

Glass, H. 3 cm; W. 1.9 cm; D. 0.5 cm. Egypt, 1st century BCE–1st century CE. Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1949.1296.

Fragment of Checkerboard Patterned Inlay

Glass, H. 1.9 cm; W. 1.4 cm; D. 1 cm. Egypt, 1st century BCE. Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1949.1298.

Four Fragments of Checkerboard-Patterned Inlay

Glass, H. 1.6 cm; W. 1.7 cm; D. 0.3 cm. Egypt, 1st century BCE. Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1949.1299a–d.

Fragment of an Inlay

Glass, H. 2.9 cm; W. 2.9 cm; D. 0.5 cm. Egypt, 1st century BCE–1st century CE. Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1949.1300.

Fragment of Cane

Glass, H. 3 cm; W. 1.6 cm; D. 3 cm. Egypt, 1st century BCE. Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1949.1307.

Fragment of Floral Inlay

Glass, H. 1.9 cm; W. 4.3 cm; D. 0.5 cm. Egypt, 1st century BCE–1st century CE. Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1949.1312.

Fragment of Floral Inlay

Glass, H. 1.7 cm; W. 2.5 cm; D. 0.5 cm. Egypt, 1st century BCE–1st century CE. Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1949.1313.

Fragment of Floral Inlay

Glass, H. 1.9 cm; W. 1.4 cm; D. 0.5 cm. Egypt, 1st century BCE–1st century CE. Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1949.1314.

Fragment of Floral Inlay

Glass, H. 2.5 cm; W. 1.9 cm; D. 0.5 cm. Egypt, 1st century BCE–1st century CE. Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1949.1315.

Fragment of Floral Inlay

Glass, H. 2.2 cm; W. 1.9 cm; D. 0.5 cm. Egypt, 1st century BCE–1st century CE. Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1949.1316.

Fragment of Inlay Depicting a Theater Mask

Glass, H. 2.5 cm; W. 1.7 cm; D. 0.3 cm. Egypt, 1st century BCE–1st century CE. Gift of Henry H. Getty and Charles L. Hutchinson. Art Institute of Chicago: 1894.783.

Sculptor’s Model of a Walking Lion

Limestone, H. 15.5 cm; W. 26.3 cm. Egypt, 664–30 BCE. Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund. Brooklyn Museum: 33.190.

Statuette of Isis and Her Child Horus

Silver and Bronze, H. 28.2 cm; W. 7.6 cm; D. 12.3 cm. Egypt, XXVI Dynasty (664–525 BCE). The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago: E10682.

Base of a Cult Statue of Queen Arsinoe II

Basalt, H. 11 cm; L. 56 cm; W. 33.7 cm. Thebes, East Bank, 284–246 BCE. The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago: E101518.

Sculptor’s Model of a Ptolemaic King

Limestone; H. 17.8 cm; W. 9.5 cm; D. 6.4 cm. Egypt; 4th century BCE. Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund. Brooklyn Museum: 33.593.