In 2003, partial skeletons of nine individuals were discovered on the small Indonesian island of Flores. Scientists believe that they evolved from Homo erectus that came by boat and underwent island bound miniaturization, like other animal species, such as the pygmy elephant. Homo floresiensis (Hobbit) is thought to have survived on Flores at least until 12,000 years ago, making it the longest lasting non-modern human. It is believed that a volcanic eruption was responsible for their demise.
Roman Scissors. FYI:Scissors were invented in Egypt about 1500BC and made of a single piece of metal (bronze). About 100AD, the Romans improved on this design by having the blades cross each other..kind of like today's nippers. Crewel Jewels Scissor Museum
"An aryballos (Greek: ἀρύβαλλος) was a small spherical or globular flask with a narrow neck used in Ancient Greece. It was used to contain perfume or oil, and is often depicted in vase paintings being used by athletes during bathing. In these depictions, the vessel is at times attached by a strap to the athlete's wrist, or hung by a strap from a peg on the wall. Aryballos in the form of three cockle shells, 6th c. BC(Metropolitan Museum of Art)" @Jess Pearl Liu zheng.wikipedia.org
A SOUTH ITALIAN POTTERY RAM-HEADED RHYTON CIRCA MID 4TH CENTURY B.C. The plainware vessel with strap handle on underside, the ram's head with naturalistic features, large curled horns around the protruding ears, 7 5/8 in. (19.3 cm.) long