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Byzantine Bronze

Bronze, an alloy mostly of copper with a small proportion of tin, is more durable and less expensive than many other metals and was particularly useful for utilitarian objects, such as coin weights and lamps.

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Statue of Rearing Horse

Romano-Arabian
late 2nd century - 3rd century
bronze
BZ.1938.12

Steelyard Rod inscribed "of Pantaleon" in Greek

Early Byzantine
5th century
bronze
BZ.1940.18.1

Semi-Circular Collar for Steelyard

Early Byzantine
5th century
bronze
BZ.1940.18.2

Weight in the Form of a Bust of a Byzantine Empress

Early Byzantine
5th century
bronze
BZ.1940.18.3

Weight in the Form of a Bust of a Byzantine Empress

Early Byzantine
5th century
bronze
BZ.1940.18.4

Statuette of an Emaciated Man

Roman
1st century (copy of 2nd century BCE Greek original)
bronze
BZ.1947.22

One ounce Weight with Busts of Two Emperors

Roman
late 4th century - 5th century
copper alloy with silver inlays
BZ.1950.14

Griffin's Head Lamp

Early Byzantine
4th century - 5th century
bronze
BZ.1962.15

Balsamarium in the Form of a Dionysiac Figure

Roman
2nd century - 3rd century
bronze
BZ.1963.31

Statuette of Hephaistos (?)

Greek
460 BCE - 450 BCE
bronze
BZ.1936.61

Rooster Lamp

Early Byzantine
5th century - 6th century
bronze
BZ.1964.4

Lampstand on Tripod of Felines

Early Byzantine
6th century - early 7th century
bronze
BZ.1933.3

Lamp in the Form of a Peacock

Early Byzantine
6th century - 7th century
bronze
BZ.1940.21

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