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The stories of how artworks arrived at The Met.
Learn more about an extremely rare bronze relief attributed to Gian Marco Cavalli. Created around 1500, it is one of the largest and most technically sophisticated examples of a bronze roundel from the early Renaissance.
Discover the journey of 47 caps and headdresses from Central Africa’s Congo River basin to The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute.
Discover the mythological scenes of an exceptional drinking cup made in Athens and currently on loan to The Met.
Explore the relationship between contemporary artists’ use of archaeological materials in their work and attempts to understand the historical context in which the ancient works were first produced.