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Copper Curency Ingot, Luba Kingdom
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Copper Curency Ingot, Luba Kingdom

A copper cross used as a currency by such central African states as the Kingdom of Luba (15-19th century CE). Height: 19.5 cm. (British Museum, London)
Horned Mask, Luba Kingdom
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Horned Mask, Luba Kingdom

A wooden horned mask of the Kingdom of Luba (15-19th century CE), central Africa. Height: 47 cm. (British Museum, London)
Carved Stool, Luba Kingdom
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Carved Stool, Luba Kingdom

A carved wooden stool in the form of a figure from the Kingdom of Luba (15-19th century CE), central Africa. Height: 42.5 cm. (British Museum, London)
A Sandstone Statue from the Musasir Kingdom
Image by Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin

A Sandstone Statue from the Musasir Kingdom

This is one of the very few surviving artifacts from the Musasir Kingdom, 8th century BCE. It was found near Rowanduz village, modern Sulaimaniya Governorate, Iraq. The statue has lost most of its fine details because of natural erosion...
Map of Lombard Kingdom, 575 CE
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Map of Lombard Kingdom, 575 CE

Map of Lombard Kingdom at the time of King Alboin's death, 575 CE
New Kingdom Nobleman
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New Kingdom Nobleman

A limestone relief depicting a nobleman, New Kingdom, Dynasty XIX or XX, c. 1295-1070 BCE. The figure is probably a scene from an offering in the Underworld. On the left side a hand is holding a sistrum and flower. (Brooklyn Museum, New York...
Stela of Hesu from the Old Kingdom of Egypt
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Stela of Hesu from the Old Kingdom of Egypt

This limestone stela bears a sunk relief of a man. The man is standing and right-facing; he holds staves. At the lower right corner, a smaller scale figure of woman appears; she wears a a long dress and holds a lotus. The hieroglyphic inscriptions...
Funerary Urn, Unified Silla Kingdom
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Funerary Urn, Unified Silla Kingdom

A ceramic funerary urn from the Unified Silla kingdom of ancient Korea. The decoration is typical of the period and was achieved using stamps. 8th century CE. (Freer and Sackler Galleries, Washington, D.C)
Kingdom of Jerusalem at the Time of the Crusades
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Kingdom of Jerusalem at the Time of the Crusades

This map depicts the Kingdom of Jerusalem (existed 1099-1291 CE), along with the Counties of Tripoli, Edessa, and Antioch.
Kingdom of Samo
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Kingdom of Samo

Possible borders of the Slavic territory under the rule of King Samo in 631.