Antiquities and Works of Art. Ancient specimens of Roman and Grecian Mosaic Glass. Amphora, Cruche, or Œnochœ, small Bottle, ribbed Cup.
Fibula of gold and bronze. Pendant or bulla of gold. Pin and Buckle of of bronze. Discovered at Wingham, near Canterbury, in 1843.
During the reign of the Sassanids, who ruled the Neo-Persian Empire from 250-650 AD and were distinguished by their love of luxury, the arts, especially those of weaving, reached a high level of perfection.
Greek Art. Examples of the flora of Magna Græcia. Painted antefixæ. Terra cotta ornaments. Paintings on vases. Fret-work or meanders.
Plan and section of the house of the Pansa. Ostium or Prothyrum. The Vestibule, the Piscnia, Peristylium, the Library, Oecus or Cyzicenian Hall of the Roman house.
The Byzantine style of art. The Romanesque style. Marble mosaic work. Examples of flowing foliage. Ornamental forms of ancient Persepolis. Ornamentation of the Middle Ages.
Various seating furniture and its use from the Greek-Roman history. Suppedaneum, Throne chair, Bisellium, Klismos, Diphros, Sella castrensis
the Corinthian capitals. The pilasters from the Villa Medici are as perfect specimens of Roman ornament as could be found.
The Etruscans were an ancient people in Etruria, who lived in northern central Italy. The Etruscan culture can be traced in this area between 800 B.C. and the second half of the 1st century B.C.
Egyptian household appliances. Priestly clothing. Schenti and Kalasiris. Perfume containers, mirrors, toilet boxes, vases. Egyptian harps.