A large, sculptural, octahedrite meteorite, recovered from one of the most famous and well preserved impact craters on earth.
The only surviving shabti made for Iweferbaku. Finely carved, with remnants of blue and gold gesso. A single column of hieroglyphs, inlaid with Egyptian blue, reads, "The Osiris, Keeper of the Chamber of Amun, Iweferbaku." Dating to Egypt's New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, circa 1550 BC.
The fossilised skull of the largest saber toothed cat, M. giganteus. Dating to the Late Miocene, approximately 10 million years before present.
A silver tetradrachm from Athens, dating to the time of the Persian Wars, circa 490 - 480 BC.
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