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Anhalt carpet, mid-16th century, Iran, Cotton warp, silk weft, wool pile, asymmetrically knotted (46.128)
Armor of Infante Luis, Prince of Asturias, 1712, Made by Drouar (possibly André Drouart), France (Paris), Blued and gilt steel; gilt brass; silk; cotton; metallic yarn; paper (1989.3)
Beaker (kero), 7th–10th century, Peru; Wari, Wood (1978.412.214)
Beaker with relief-cut decoration, Abbasid period (750–1258), 9th–10th century, Iran, Glass, colorless, blown, cut (1974.45)
Bowl, 2nd–early 1st century B.C., Hellenistic, Greek, Onyx glass (91.1.1303)
Bowl, ca. 725–675 B.C.; Archaic, Cypriot; Said to be from Kourion, Gilt silver (74.51.4554)
Breast defense (peytral) and detail of a pair of neck defenses (crinet) from a horse armor, 15th–17th century, Tibetan or Mongolian, Leather, iron, brass or copper alloy, gold, shellac, pigments, textile, and hair (1997.242a–c)
Chariot, ca. 550–525 B.C., Etruscan, Bronze, ivory (03.23.1)
Division viol, ca. 1640–65, England, Spruce and maple (2009.42)
Dress (Robe à la française), 1740s, England; textile Dutch or German, Silk, linen, pigment (1995.235a,b)
Girdle, 12th century; Tellem, Mali; Tellem peoples, Fiber (1998.478.4,5)
Handle of a large dish, Mid-Imperial, Antonine or Severan, 2nd–early 3rd century A.D., Roman, Silver, gold (06.1106)
Janus-Faced Headdress, 19th–20th century, Boki peoples; Nigeria, Wood, cotton, metal, cane, pigment (1987.284)
Leaf from a Qur’an, ca. 1250–1350, North Africa, Ink, colors, and gold on vellum (37.21)
A Long Tale for an Autumn Night (Aki no yonaga monogatari), Nanbokucho period, late 14th century, Japan, Scroll two from a set of three handscrolls; ink, color, and gold on paper (2002.459.1–3), A Long Tale for an Autumn Night (Aki no yonaga monogatari), Nanbokucho period, late 14th century, Japan, Ink and color on paper (2005.312)
Lyndhurst for George Merritt, Tarrytown, New York (west [rear] elevation and plan), 1865, Alexander J. Davis (American), Watercolor, ink, and graphite on paper (24.66.14)
Madonna and Child, ca. 1495–1500, Francesco Francia (Italian, Bolognese), Oil on wood (1982.448)
Mantle, 2nd–1st century B.C., Peru; Ocucaje, Wool (1986.488.1)
Pectoral Cross, 1200–1400, Byzantine, Gold, pearls (2005.38)
Philip IV (1605–1665), King of Spain, probably 1624, Velázquez (Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez) (Spanish), Oil on canvas (14.40.639)
Portico of the Tomb of Amenemhat, Beni Hasan, 1851–52, Félix Teynard (French), Salted paper print from paper negative (1976.607.13)
Psalter, late 12th century, Byzantine, Tempera, black ink, gold leaf on parchment with paper endpapers (2001.730)
Reliquary Figure, 19th–20th century, Fang peoples; Gabon, Wood, metal, oil patina (1978.412.441)
Sarcophagus, second quarter of 5th century B.C.; Archaic, Cypriot, Limestone (74.51.2453)
Seated four-armed Vishnu, Pandya dynasty, second half of 8th–early 9th century, Tamil Nadu, India, Granite (1984.296)
Seated Male Figure with Lance, 15th–20th century, Mali; Bamana peoples, Wood (1983.600a,b)
Set of Fifty-Two Playing Cards, ca. 1475, South Netherlandish (Burgundian Territories), Pasteboard with pen and ink, tempera, applied gold and silver (1983.515.1–.52)
The Tomb of Sir Walter Scott, in Dryburgh Abbey, 1844, William Henry Fox Talbot (British), Salted paper print from paper negative (1997.382.4)
Venados, 1981, Francisco Toledo (Mexican), Color engraving and aquatint (1985.1139)
Violoncello Head, ca. 1670–80, School of Joachim Tielke (German), Maple (1998.458)