Pastoral nomads from the Asiatic steppes that disrupted Roman culture ca. 5000 BC
A group that resided in northern Italy and who ruled the Romans through kings until ca. 510 BC
Phoenician colonists who settled in northern Africa.
Germanic invaders from north of the Rhine who conquered Rome ca. 455 AD
A Greek city state at the southern end of the Balkans.
Circa 150-100 BC
Circa 410-390 BC
Circa 650-600 BC
Circa 1950-2010 AD
Alexander the great's empire
The Athenian empire
The Persian empire
The Spartan empire
Trick question it´s neither (Roman marble copy, 2nd century AD)
Woman (Roman marble copy, 3th century AD)
Man (Roman marble copy, 1st century AD)
They are all forgeries
They are all authentic
They are all forgeries except for the first bronze cross
They are all authentic except for the last Roman bronze head
Ramon Saenz de Heredia
Pierre F. X. Buchard
(A) bell krater, (B) lebes, (C) skyphos, (D) aryballos, (E) hydria, (F) volute krater, (G) kantharos, (H) psykter, (I) kylix, (J) stamnos, (K) alabastron, (L) oinochoe, (M) lekythos, and (N) amphora.
(A) bell krater, (B) lebex, (C) skyphos, (D) psykter, (E) hydria, (F) volute krater, (G) kantharos, (H) aryballos, (I) kylix, (J) stamnos, (K) alabastron, (L) oinochoe, (M) lelythos, and (N) amphora.
(A) volute krater, (B) Kebes, (C) smyphos, (D) ballos, (E) pydria, (F) lebes krater, (G) kantaros, (H) psykter, (I) kylis, (J) stamnos, (K) abastron, (L) oinochoes, (M) lekythox, and (N) amphora.
(A) molute krater, (B) mebes, (C) smyphos, (D) psykter, (E) pydria, (F) lebes krater, (G) kantaros, (H) ballos, (I) tylix, (J) stamnox, (K) abastron, (L) oinochoes, (M) lekythol, and (N) bell krater.
Equals to men, especially when it came to voting
Inferior to men in both social and political affairs
Slaves in every household
None of the above
Descendants from the Cogotas and Rome's rivals in the western Mediterranean.
A civilization in Canaan who established a major trade empire in the western Mediterranean.
One of the regional dynasties that succeeded Alexander the Great's empire in the eastern Mediterranean.
A confederacy of seafaring raiders also called the Sea Peoples in the eastern Mediterranean.
Human head with a sun disk and horns
Top to Bottom
Left to right
Right to left
There is no quick solution to its removal.
Bronze disease is always caused by bacteria.
Heat can stop or slow down bronze disease.
Moisture is needed to start the reaction that leads to bronze disease.
Soaking it for fourteen days in distilled water is a good idea.
€ 6 million
Both in 1970
The UK in 1986 and the USA in 1970
The UK in 2002 and the USA in 1983
The UK never adopted the 1970 UNESCO Convention
The 1970 UNESCO Convention does not exist
These artifacts could have been sold by any dealer
Powerful like re
Ruler of the desert lands anather
The wrath of Anubis
Amun is at the head
$ 5,72 million
$ 57,2 million
$ 572 million
It didn´t sell
This is a authentic ushabti
This is a 19th Century Grand Tour ushabti
This is a forgery because the face/body proportions are wrong and the hieroglyphs don´t make sense.
This is a forgery because of the strange surface, encrustations on the faience instead of in the faience, the strange pimples and added dirt.
Brons Lipkin dating
Tamphora lekythos dating
None of the above