Bronze of Eros, Ptolemaic, 200-100 BC

Bronze of Eros, Ptolemaic, 200-100 BC
Period:Egypt, Graeco-Roman Period, Ptolemaic Period
Dating:200 BC–100 BC
Origin:Egypt, Lower Egypt, Alexandria
Physical:14.2cm. (5.5 in.) - 440 g. (15.5 oz.)

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