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Artifacts from Antioch

Between 1932 and 1939, archaeologists excavated the site of ancient Antioch-on-the-Orontes (modern-day Antakya, Turkey), the principal city of early Christian Syria, boasting an imperial palace and forum, a circus, a stadium, public baths, and several large churches. Mildred and Robert Bliss were major supporters of the excavations and received numerous artifacts by partage.

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Floor Mosaic with Bust of Apolausis ("Enjoyment")

Early Byzantine
Late 4th-early 5th century
mosaic on mortar
BZ.1938.72

Floor Mosaic with Trellis Pattern (Green Carpet)

Early Byzantine
5th century
mosaic
BZ.1938.75.b

Lampstand or Candlestick

Early Byzantine
602-610 CE (stamps of Phocas)
silver
BZ.1938.83

Silver Ewer

Early Byzantine
4th century
silver
BZ.1940.24

Floor Mosaic with Hunting Scenes

Early Byzantine
Late 5th-to-early 6th century
mosaic
BZ.1938.74.a&c

Floor Mosaic with Beribboned Parrots

Early Byzantine
Late 5th-to-early 6th century
mosaic on mortar
BZ.1938.74,b.1

Floor Mosaic with Beribboned Parrots

Early Byzantine
Late 5th-to-early 6th century
mosaic
BZ.1938.74,b.2

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