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Ancient Greek theatre masks.

Ancient Egyptians of the 18th Dynasty Were Often Buried With Gold Sandals, and Toe Caps Jewelry Called Stalls. 1500s-1400s BC. Several of these are displayed in the Met. Museum of NY.

American P-38 fighter plane has emerged from the sand where it was buried, 65 years after it crash landed on a beach in Wales

A 2000-year-old sapphire ring which is believed to belong to the Roman Emperor Caligula. A portrait of his 4th wife is carved into the side. It sold for $600,000.

In Roman times, the so-called "Tiger Eyes" small white stones were placed among the stones on the road so that they could be seen at night. On the Pompeii Marina Road. 📷 : Anna Sirge.

A 2000-year-old sapphire ring which is believed to belong to the Roman Emperor Caligula. A portrait of his 4th wife is carved into the side. It sold for $600,000.

"Melancholy, a sculpture created by Albert Gyorgy, portrays the void that grief leaves us with."

Dental work found on a 4,000 years old mummy.

Artemis of Ephesus. Roman sculpture, second century CE.

Armor of Kaiser Maximilian I. of the Holy Roman Empire

Napoleon's sword was sold at auction for $ 6,4 million.

"A 1500 year old ceramic Maya figurine with a removable helmet." -Credits: P. Agulire-

Pocket watch found in the Titanic, stopped showing a time of 2:28, 8 mins after the sinking.

Muscles of the torso, side view - by Leonardo da Vinci.

A 1,000-year-old Viking battle axe, before and after restoration.

Planetarium Clock : This beautiful art piece is called Pendulette de table avec Planetarium (Planetarium Table Clock), made in 1770 in Paris. It keeps time, earth rotates around sun in perfect real time. Other five planets rotate as well.

The Ishtar Gate, built by the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar II in Mesopotamia in 575 BC, using blue lapis lazuli and dense asphalt bricks. It's now preserved in the Pergamon Museum, Berlin.

Medieval Gun Shield ca. 1545

Tollund Man: Archaeologists unearth a 2,400-year-old mummy in Denmark. Scientists examined the remains of the stomach of a naturally mummified man from the period called the Iron Age. As a result of this examination, new findings were obtained to understand life in that period.