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Prices for the 74 items range from just £200 for a small piece of Etruscan pottery to £28,000 for a
2nd-1st century BC Etruscan
cinerarium (receptacle for the ashes after cremation).

There is one price on request, for a Carrara marble bust of the Emperor Hadrian, while £18,000 is asked for this 17 1/2in (44cm) long, 1st
century AD Roman terracotta panel, right, from a Campana relief showing part of a triumphal procession.