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Oswalt Haussner
Shell Cup
1635 – 1645
Museum purchase in honor of Professor Marvin Eisenberg, made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund
2008/1.164
This large bronze faucet features a peacock spigot and a lion-headed spout.
Iranian (Iranian)
Faucet with Peacock Spigot and Lion-Headed Spout
12th century
Museum Purchase
1959/1.114
A lunette-shaped panel composed of red, blue, white, brownish purple and yellowish brown stained glass joined together by lead cames depicting a seraph. Four leafy fronds, taken from another medieval window, have been inserted here between the seraph's head and shoulders. The panel is the upper half of a roundel originally installed in the west rose window of Reims Cathedral.
French (French (culture or style))
Seraph, half of a medallion from the west rose window of Reims Cathedral
1280 – 1310
Museum Purchase made possible by the Friends of the Museum of Art
1979/1.161
Fragment of circular gaming piece carved in elephant ivory in high relief. Standing male figure wearing knee-length robe holds sword in right hand and stabs inverted beast in the chest. Forelegs of beast end in hooves; head of beast characterized by large eye and pronounced nostril. Left arm of figure and rear half of the beast missing. Border contains zigzag pattern with bead motif.
Samson Carver, Pricked-Ivories Workshop, Cologne, Germany
Fragment of a gaming piece with male slaying beast, possibly Hercules and the Erymanthian boar, zigzag pattern with incised circles in border
1145 – 1155
Anonymous Gift
1987/1.262

Baptismal Basin with Lamb of God ('Agnus Dei')
1567 – 1632
The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection
1969/2.92
The obverse of this medal depicts a profile portrait of a man with a tonsure. The reverse represents a man holding a cross-staff piloting a boat labeled "Eclesia" along the gunwale. Both sides of the medal have inscriptions around the edge.
Andrea Guacioloti
Pope Nicholas V (obverse), Nicholas V in the Ship "Eclesia" (reverse)
1455
Museum Purchase
1984/1.283
This bronze light fixture consists of a central circular celestial motif from which extend twelve arms in a radial pattern. Six of these arms, embellished with maltese crosses, end in omega-shaped terminals. These decorated arms alternate with six unadorned arms that terminate in rings designed to hold glass oil lamps. The entire disk is suspended from three bronze chains joined to a large hook.
Coptic;Egyptian
Polycandelon for six oil lamps
6th century
Museum Purchase
1965/2.54

German
Aquamanile, Lion
1267 – 1332
Lent by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Friedsam Collection, Bequest of Michael Friedsman, 1931 (32.100.198)
LTL2009.5.4

Hendrick Goltzius
Pallas (one of a set of three with Venus and Juno)
1596
Museum Purchase
1975/1.83
A woman dressed in a rose-colored robe with a blue mantle and flowing white veil stands on a silver crescent moon among a bank of dark clouds.  A halo of stars encircles her head. She clasps both hands before her. The heads of two putti peak out from beneath her mantle next to her left hip. Her right foot treads upon a long serpent that curves back upon itself with an open mouth.
Gaetano Gandolfi (Italian (culture or style))
Virgin of the Apocalypse
1770 – 1780
Joseph F. McCrindle Collection in memory of Frederick A. den Broeder
2009/1.537
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