David Harris, courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, lent by the Israel Department of Antiquities

Silver goblet: Thick-bodied serpents, a tunic-clad figure and a double-faced human torso supported on bull legs encircle this three-inch-high conical cup. The drawing shows the cup’s entire decoration. Discovered in a shaft tomb at Ein Samiya, the goblet is dated to 2200–2000 B.C.