Helmet - bronze. Period/Culture: Roman. Date 1stC. Description Bronze gladiator's helmet. It has a grille of linked circles to protect the face, and a broad brim to protect the back and sides of the head. At the front of the helmet is a medallion of Hercules.:
DESCRIPTION: An early 20th century Revival arm chair in the Empire taste. The form is based upon a compression of a period 19th century Empire sofa. The feet with lion's paws, curved arms and serpent crested back. MEASUREMENTS: 40-1/2 x 31 x 25. CONDITION: Chips and losses.
http://www.cycladic.gr The figurine comes probably from a Minoan peak-sanctuary. Animal as well as human figurines are frequently found in open-air and domestic shrines, where they were deposited as offerings to the deities.
Valdivia-Chorrera Marble Standing Idol / Estimate: $750 - $1,000 Description: Pre-Columbian, Ecuador, Valdivia-Chorrera transition period, ca. 1500 BCE. The head has a double-pointed headdress or hairstyle; the neck is wide and the shoulders almost nonexistent, flowing into a long torso, a belt, and tiny nubs for legs. These figures are some of the earliest artwork from South America. Size: 2.35" W x 4.45" H (6 cm x 11.3 cm) Provenance: Ex-Peter Arnovick Collection, San Fran, CA
You see English Renaissance a lot in period dramas, such as the 1990s Pride and Prejudice with Colin Firth where it was used at Netherfield Hall. Description from etiquettehell.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
During the period that the French and Indian War was occurring along the frontier, the settlers of Lane Canes (McCormick County, South Carolina) suffered a massacre by the Cherokee Nation. Description from georgiapioneers.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images