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Le Tintinnabulum en bronze, découvert à Bouzonville (57), est interprété comme un élément de garniture de char.    © H. Paitier, Inrap

Le Tintinnabulum en bronze, découvert à Bouzonville (57), est interprété comme un élément de garniture de char. © H. Paitier, Inrap

GAMES, KOTTABOS, ETRUSCAN ART / BRONZE. Art étrusque, période classique, 4e siècle av. J.–C.  Jeu de Kottabos.  Détail (dans un colloque, jeu qui consistait à jeter le fond de sa coupe de vin dans un plat en équilibre instable au sommet døune tige de métal). Bronze. Provenance : Pérouse.

GAMES, KOTTABOS, ETRUSCAN ART / BRONZE. Art étrusque, période classique, 4e siècle av. J.–C. Jeu de Kottabos. Détail (dans un colloque, jeu qui consistait à jeter le fond de sa coupe de vin dans un plat en équilibre instable au sommet døune tige de métal). Bronze. Provenance : Pérouse.

Shakugio  Date: 19th century  Geography: Japan  Medium: Wood, metal  Dimensions: L. 27.9 cm (11 in.)  Classification: Idiophone-Shaken-rattle

Shakugio Date: 19th century Geography: Japan Medium: Wood, metal Dimensions: L. 27.9 cm (11 in.) Classification: Idiophone-Shaken-rattle

Copper standards from cave in Nahal Mishmar, Chalcolithic period, 4000-3500 BCE. Over 400 metal items recorded in a cave in the Nahal Mishmar Gorge including standards, maceheads, and daggers. Perhaps most spectacular cache of metal finds in the Levant of this period.

Copper standards from cave in Nahal Mishmar, Chalcolithic period, 4000-3500 BCE. Over 400 metal items recorded in a cave in the Nahal Mishmar Gorge including standards, maceheads, and daggers. Perhaps most spectacular cache of metal finds in the Levant of this period.

6,000-year-old crown found in Dead Sea cave revealed. (I would start by thinking, "What type of ancient machinery could these objects have come from?"

6,000-year-old crown found in Dead Sea cave revealed. (I would start by thinking, "What type of ancient machinery could these objects have come from?"

Limestone flute-player Period: Archaic Date: 1st half of the 6th century B.C. Culture: Cypriot

Limestone flute-player Period: Archaic Date: 1st half of the 6th century B.C. Culture: Cypriot

Terracotta Figurine playing the double flute.Cyprus

Terracotta Figurine playing the double flute.Cyprus

A PHOENICIAN BRONZE IDIOPHONE 8th-6th century

A PHOENICIAN BRONZE IDIOPHONE 8th-6th century

Phoenician Bronze Chalcophone, c. 8th-7th Century BC A musical instrument composed of two vertical bars with spiraled terminals as resonators, with eleven bronze springs coiled around connecting pins.

Phoenician Bronze Chalcophone, c. 8th-7th Century BC A musical instrument composed of two vertical bars with spiraled terminals as resonators, with eleven bronze springs coiled around connecting pins.

Phoenician bronze chalcophone. 8th - 7th century B.C. 5,8 in. long. These instruments appear in both Phoenician and South Italian contexts during the Iron Age and are largely associated with burials and funerary practices, particularly female grave sites.

Phoenician bronze chalcophone. 8th - 7th century B.C. 5,8 in. long. These instruments appear in both Phoenician and South Italian contexts during the Iron Age and are largely associated with burials and funerary practices, particularly female grave sites.