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Historical Archive: Object type, Genre Index


'Abrasax'/'Abraxas' gems and related magical items

Altars

Ampullae

Aquamanilia

Architecture and architectural
sculpture/painting/mosaics in situ,
through 12th c., 13th c. to present

Architectural sculpture not
on its buildings through undefined Carolingian,
9th c. to c.1140 and undefined 12th c.,
mid 12th c. to present

Arm bands

Ashtray

Basins

Beads

Beakers

Belt hook

Belt plaques

Biccherne

bowls

Boxes

Bracelets

Bread

Brooches through 6th c., 7th c. to present

Buckets

Buckles

Building tools

Cabinet

Cameos to 11th c., 12th c. to present

Candle holders

Canopy elements

Cassone

Cauldrons

Cenotaphs
through 4th c., 5th c. to present

Censers

Chalices

Charters through Carloman of Bavaria 878,
Louis III the Younger 881 to present

Chests

Clavendrier

Clocks

Clothing, cloth

Coffee pot

Coins to 840, 840-present and coin dies

Combs

Cosmetic containers

Crosses and corpora
through 11th c., 12th c. to present

Crowns, through 13th c., 14th c., 15th c.-present

Croziers

Cups

Drinking horns

Dice and Knucklebones

Door knockers

Earrings

Ewers

Faucet

Flasks

Fibulae through 6th c., 7th c. to present

Fonts

Fountains

Frames

Furniture

Game boards, game pieces, and other game equipment

Grave markers
through 4th c., 5th c. to present

Helmets

Inscriptions other than manuscripts

Intaglios: 6th c. BCE through undated
Roman
, 1st/6th c., 2nd to 3rd c.,
c.300 to 5th/7th c., 6th to 7th c.,
8th to 11th c., 12th c. to present

Knives

Lamps, lamp-stands

Linen press

Locks

Loom weights

Manuscripts

Medals, Medallions

Mills, millstones

Mirrors

Mortar

Musical Instruments

Patens

Click to enlarge.
aquamanile in the
form of a gryphon,
copper alloy,
Nürnberg c.1400,
Louvre

Pendants

Perfume containers

Pulpit

Purses

Pyxides

Reliquaries not including crosses,
through 13th c., 14th c. to present

Rings

Salt cellar

Sarcophagi through mid 4th c. CE, late 4th c. to present

Scissors

Seal imprints through Carloman of Bavaria 878,
Louis III the Younger 881 to present

Seal matrices and coin dies

Shields

Situlae

Skulls

Spindle whorls and rods

Spinning wheel

Stools

Strap ends

Tabernacle

Tanks

Thrones

Urns (burial)

Vessels: see Glass, ceramics through the 2nd c. BCE, 1st century BCE to 4th century CE, 5th century CE to the present, and agate, amethyst, and rock crystal in the gemstones index.

Vise

Watches

Water strainers

Weather vanes

Wells

Windows

Writing tablets