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Lot Of 5: Fragments.
Two groups from Egypt
© MORPHY AUCTIONS, Denver, PA, USA

Lot Of 5: Fragments. Two groups from Egypt and a third from Pompeii as well as an ancient Syrian. Glass made necklace and two small fragments from the...

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