The Art Archive/Cyprus Museum Nicosia/Dagli Orti

With its horned headgear, this 2-foot-tall, 13th-century B.C. bronze statuette, now in the Cyprus Museum, was recovered from an ancient sanctuary at Enkomi in eastern Cyprus. Evidence that copper ore from the mountains of Cyprus was smelted and traded at Enkomi during the Late Bronze Age has led some scholars to conclude that Alashiya and the city of Enkomi are one and the same.