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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-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 CE copy of 2nd-century BCE Greek original
bronze
BZ.1947.22

One ounce Weight with Busts of Two Emperors

Roman
late 4th-5th Century
bronze with silver inlays
BZ.1950.14

Coin Weight with Three Imperial Busts

Early Byzantine
ca.403-408
bronze
BZ.1960.88.5608

Griffin's Head Lamp

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

Balsamarium in the Form of a Dionysiac Figure

Roman
2nd-3rd century
bronze
BZ.1963.31

Statuette of Hephaistos (?)

Greek
460-450 BCE
bronze
BZ.1936.61

Rooster Lamp

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

Lampstand on Tripod of Felines

Early Byzantine
6th-early 7th Century CE
bronze
BZ.1933.3

Lamp in the Form of a Peacock

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

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