Marble relief, Roman. This incomplete relief probably belongs to the front of a sarcophagus, although it could instead be the cover of a rectangular burial niche cut out of the rock (so-called loculus). Held up by male sea creatures emerging from the sea (tritones), the medallion contains the portraits of a deceased man and woman.
A ceramic Byzantine bread stamp, which, when pressed into a loaf of dough, would leave the mark 'Jesus Christ Victorious'; it would hav been used to make the consecrated bread of the Eucharist. (The - Metropolitan Museum of Art) pretty cool!
Etruscan Praenestine cista with engravings of the Dioscuri and the Judgment of Paris, century B. Cistae were containers used to safeguard precious objects, including mirrors, perfume flasks and cosmetics.