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Lambayeque (Sicán)
9th–11th century
Lebbeus Dod
1796
James Cox
1766
Byzantine
early 4th century
Achaemenid
ca. 4th century BCE
Byzantine
350–500
Firm of Perret & Cie
probably ca. 1850–55
Byzantine
400–450
589–570 B.C.
James Cox
ca. 1766–72
Flemish or Italian
16th century
Indonesia (Java)
10th–11th century(?)
Iran
ca. 9th century BCE
Spanish
15th–16th century
Byzantine
5th century
Japan
Iran
ca. 9th century BCE
Akan peoples
19th century
Louis C. Tiffany
ca. 1905–20
Byzantine
6th–9th century (?)
British
probably 18th century
Chimú
12th–15th century
French
17th century
Byzantine
5th century
American
ca. 1845–55
Roman
4th–6th century CE
Coptic
500–600
Byzantine
4th century
Parthian
ca. 2nd–3rd century CE
Italian, Rome
1572–84
Roman
ca. 2nd–4th century CE
Wenzel Jamnitzer
1560-70
John Edwards
1802–16
Byzantine
5th–7th century
H. Maret
probably ca. 1855–65
30 B.C.–A.D. 364
Late Roman
6th–7th century
Lambayeque (Sicán)
9th–11th century
possibly Bohemian, Prague
probably late 17th–early 18th century
Tiffany Studios
ca. 1910–20