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RT @artenpedia : Extensive Landscape with Grey Clouds, John Constable, ca. 1821.
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The ‘Ring of Minos’ from Knossos - depicts a goddess descending to earth and into a rowing boat with representations of tree worship. Minoan, Bronze Age.
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RT @byarchaeolover : Impressive close-up detail of the well preserved gladiator reliefs from the Necropolis of #Kibyra , 2nd century AD.⚔️ ht…
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Plaque depicting head of a crocodile, perhaps the god Sobek. Made in Egypt, 664-525 BC.
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Copying reliefs in the temple of Ramses, photography by Kees Scherer, 1968, in in Abu Simbel, Egypt.
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RT @vintagemapstore : 1837 flag chart - The Flags of The Principal Nations In the World.
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RT @romebyzantium : Plates from Crown of Constantine IX Monomachos, Byzantium (1042; gold, enamel).
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RT @artenpedia : Boris Kustodiev, Tsar Nicholas II, 1915.
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RT @DrNWillburger : A tiny (3.7 cm) but amazing #iceage masterpiece: the figure of a woolly mammoth was carved in mammoth ivory some 40,000…
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Persian lion’s head ornament From Hammadan (Iran), 600-500 B.C.
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Statue of Netjer-Ankh (living god) gilded wood, found in one of the black shrines of the Tutankhamun burial. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
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Picking grapes, from the Tomb of Nakht (TT52), Valley of the Nobles, Thebes. New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, ca. 1550-1292 BC.
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Egyptian/Phoenician Glass Dog Head Bead, 6th-4th Century BC. Private Collection.
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Octodrachm. Mint: Ancient Egypt, Ptolemy II (285-246 BC). Medium: Gold. Source: .
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