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Queen's harp.

SUMERIAN Anonymous (3500 BCE - 2000 BCE)
3rd millennium BCE Mesopotamian Sumerian (Eary Dynastic) Sculpture

Sistrum (rattle).

MINOAN Anonymous (2800 BCE - 1100 BCE)
Earthenware
21st-20th c BCE Aegean Neolithic Applied Arts

Musical instruments.

PRE-COLUMBIAN CHILEAN Anonymous (active c. 6000 BCE - 1530 CE)
Stone; wood
2nd millennium BCE Chilean Atacamas (Atacameño): San Pedro Culture Applied Arts

Musical instrument.

PRE-COLUMBIAN CHILEAN Anonymous (active c. 6000 BCE - 1530 CE)
Stone
2nd millennium BCE Chilean Atacamas (Atacameño): San Pedro Culture Applied Arts

Drum.

BRONZE AGE Anonymous (c. 2000 BCE - c. 500 BCE)
Bronze
19th-6th c BCE Vietnamese Bronze Age Metalwork

Tympanum of a Heger I Kettledrum.

DONGSON CULTURE (500 BCE - 300 CE)
Bronze
5th c BCE-3rd c CE Vietnamese Dongson Metalwork

Harp.

PAZYRYK Anonymous (act. c. 6th c BCE-3th c BCE)
Wood; Leather
4th c BCE Central Asian Scythian (Saka) Applied Arts

Miniature Drum with Four Frogs.

DONGSON CULTURE (500 BCE - 300 CE)
Bronze
1st c BCE-1st c CE Vietnamese Dongson Metalwork

Musical Instruments.

ROMAN Anonymous (753 BCE - 476 )
1st c BCE-4th c CE Roman Roman Metalwork

Ivory Flutes.

ROMAN IMPERIAL Anonymous (c. 27 BCE - 284 CE)
Ivory
1st-3rd c Roman Roman Imperial Applied Arts


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