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Works of Art (45)

Belt buckle and ornamental plaques, Tang dynasty (618–906), 7th century, China, Gilt bronze inlaid with glass and pearls, silk backing (2008.299a–i)
Book Cover Plaque with Christ in Majesty, ca. 1185–1210, French; Made in Limoges, Gilded copper and champlevé enamel (17.190.757)
Christ Presenting the Keys to Peter and the Law to Paul, second half of 12th century, German (Westphalia), Elephant ivory (1979.399)
Dancing four-armed Ganesha, 16th–17th century Nepal Gilt copper alloy (1992.384)
Egyptianizing figures on either side of a tree with a winged disk, 8th–7th century B.C.; Neo-Assyrian, Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu), Ivory (62.269.3)
Fragmentary terracotta pinax (plaque) with a dancing girl, 5th century B.C., Cretan (53.5.39)
Funerary plaque, ca. 520–510 B.C.; Archaic, black-figure, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (54.11.5)
Henri d'Albret (1503–1555), King of Navarre, Plaque, mid-16th century, Léonard Limosin (French), Made in Limoges, France, Enamel, painted on copper and partly gilded (49.7.108)
Horse plaque, 4th–3rd century B.C., Northwest China or Inner Mongolia, Silver with mercury gilding (1985.214.78)
Lion head plaque, Iron Age II, 9th century B.C., Iran; Excavated at Hasanlu, Ivory (65.163.22)
Metal plaque, 17th century; Safavid, Iran, Steel, cut and pierced (1987.14)
Molded plaque with a king or god carrying a mace, 2000–1700 B.C.; Isin-Larsa-Old Babylonian period, Southern Mesopotamia, Ceramic (32.39.2)
Mongol passport (paizi), Yuan dynasty, 13th century, China, Iron with silver inlay (1993.256)
Mrs. Schuyler Van Rensselaer (Mariana Griswold), 1888; this cast, 1890, Augustus Saint-Gaudens (American), Bronze (17.104)
Ornamental plaques, 6th–8th century, Tibet/West Asia or western China, Gold with turquoise inlay (2000.442a-e)
Plaque depicting Bernard Palissy, 1846, Painter of plaque: Nicolas-Marie Moriot (French); Painter of enamels: Jacob Meyer-Heine (French), France; Sèvres, Hard-paste porcelain with gilt-bronze, enamel, and biscuit porcelain frame (2007.221)
Plaque fragment inscribed with the Urartian royal name Argishti (probably Argishti II), 8th–7th century B.C., Eastern Anatolia or Northwestern Iran, Urartian, Bronze (1976.5)
Plaque in the shape of a squarish loop with projections, ca. 3500–2000 B.C., China, Hongshan culture, Jade (nephrite) (2009.176)
Plaque Showing the Pentecost, ca. 1150–1175, South Netherlandish, Champlevé enamel on copper gilt (65.105)
Plaque with Agnus Dei on a Cross between Emblems of the Four Evangelists, 1000–1050, German or North Italian, Ivory (17.190.38)
Plaque with Emmaus Scenes, ca. 850–890, French, Ivory (1970.324.1)
Plaque with God Creating the Animals, ca. 1084, South Italian; modern Amalfi (Campania), Ivory (17.190.156)
Plaque with Otto I presenting the Cathedral of Magdeburg, 962–968, Ottonian; From the Cathedral of Magdeburg, probably made in Milan, northern Italy, Ivory (41.100.157)
Plaque with Personification of the Moon, 860–90, Southern France, Copper alloy, iron, and cloisonné enamel (17.190.688)
Plaque with Saint Aemilian, ca. 1060–80, Master Engelram and his son Redolfo, Spain (Logroño), Elephant ivory inlaid with glass (1987.89)
Plaque with Saint John the Evangelist, early 9th century; Early Medieval, Carolingian; Made in Aachen, Elephant ivory (1977.421)
Plaque with sphinxes, 9th–8th century B.C.; Neo-Assyrian period; Syrian style, Arslan Tash(?), Syria, Ivory with traces of gold foil (57.80.4a,b)
Plaque with the Ascension, ca. 1050, Western Germany, Ivory (1970.324.2)
Plaque with the Crucifixion and the Defeat of Hades, mid-10th century, Byzantine; Probably made in Constantinople, Ivory (17.190.44)
Plaque with the Descent from the Cross, ca. 1320–40, French; probably Paris, Elephant ivory glued to a whalebone plaque with traces of paint and gilding (17.190.199)
Plaque with the goddess Durga and attendants, Shunga period, 1st century B.C., Chandraketugarh, West Bengal, India, Terracotta (1990.281)
Plaque with the Journey to Emmaus and the Noli Me Tangere, ca. 1115–1120, Spanish; Made in León, Ivory, traces of gilding (17.190.47)
Plaque with the Virgin Mary as a Personification of the Church, carved 800–875, Carolingian, Ivory (17.190.49)
Plaque with "woman at the window" motif, 9th–8th century B.C.; Neo-Assyrian period; Phoenician style, Probably Arslan Tash, Syria, Ivory inlaid with glass (57.80.12)
Plaque, 10th–early 11th century; Caliphal, Attributed to Córdoba, Spain, Ivory, quartz, pigment (13.141)
Plaque: Hercules Overcoming the Centaur Nessus, ca. 1570–80, Annibale Fontana (Italian, Milanese), Rock crystal in enameled gold frame of later date (32.100.237)
Plaque: Portuguese with Manillas, 15th–19th century, Nigeria; Edo peoples, court of Benin, Brass, iron (1991.17.13)
Plaques with Scenes from the Story of Joshua, 10th century, Byzantine; Probably made in Constantinople, Ivory, traces of polychromy, gilding; bone (border strips) (17.190.137a-c)
Quatrefoil Plaque with Angels, second quarter of 13th century, French (Limoges), Champlevé enamel, copper (17.190.811)
Relief plaque, ca. 450 B.C., Greek, Melian, Terracotta (25.78.26)
Three Holy Women at the Sepulcher, early 10th century, Northern Italy (Milan?), Elephant ivory (1993.19)
Two Plaquettes with Charity and Temperance, ca. 1540, Peter Flötner (German, Nuremberg), Bronze (26.14.13, 1986.319.43)
Two Scenes of Christ and Apostles, ca. 850–900, Carolingian (northern France), Ivory with traces of polychromy (2000.486)
Votive plaque inscribed with Sabaean dedication, late 1st millennium B.C., Southwestern Arabia, Bronze (1993.169)
Votive plaque, Imperial, probably 3rd century A.D., Roman, Lead (21.88.175)