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@TheClassicalCo
The Classical Compendium πŸ›οΈ
21 hours ago
A stunning and modern-looking pair of 2,300 year old earrings from Ptolemaic Egypt. Made of gold, coloured stones and glass, the top half represents the crown of Egypt which is set above an ornately detailed heart. πŸ›οΈ @metmuseum #Classics #Egypt #Art #Archaeology #Jewelry
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@met_costume
The Met: Costume Institute
49 minutes ago
Slippers, 1790–1810 #costumecollection #metmuseum
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@met_egyptianart
The MET: Egyptian Art (Bot)
35 minutes ago
Shroud of Hori, ca. 1295–1070 B.C. #metmuseum #egyptianart
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@met_eusculpture
The MET: European Sculpture and Dec Arts (Bot)
an hour ago
Mirror, first half 16th century #metmuseum #themet
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@met_ancientart
The Met: Ancient Near Eastern Art
13 hours ago
Seal amulet in the form of a reclining cow, ca. 3300–2900 B.C. #metmuseum #ancientart
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@met_drawings
The MET: Drawings and Prints (Bot)
10 minutes ago
Johann Wolfgang Baumgartner, Crucifixion, early to mid-18th century #johannwolfgangbaumgartner #metmuseum
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@met_asianart
The Met: Asian Art
an hour ago
Fresh water jar, early 17th century #themet #metmuseum
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@met_costume
The Met: Costume Institute
an hour ago
Bonnet, 19th century #metmuseum #fashionhistory
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@archeohistories
Archaeo - Histories
an hour ago
This articulated clay doll was mass produced in Corinth throughout the 5th-4th century BC. Detailed Post - Met Museum #archaeohistories
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@metmuseum
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
18 hours ago
See more than 70 new garments in the latest rotation of β€œIn America: A Lexicon of Fashion.” This re-installation expands on the modern vocabulary of American fashion and reflects the concept of fashion as a living art form. Plan your visit:
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@jdmccafferty
John McCafferty
23 minutes ago
Robe (Kosode) 2nd half of the 17th century Japan Precious garments donated to Buddhist Temples were often transformed into altar cloths (uchishiki) and vestments (kesa). This kosode’s slightly incomplete form suggests that it may once have been an altar cloth. (Met Museum)
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@met_armsarmor
The Met: Arms and Armor
15 hours ago
Vambrace (Arm Defense) for the Right Arm, ca. 1580-90 #metmuseum #themet
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@met_africanart
The MET: Africa, Oceania, and the Americas (Bot)
59 minutes ago
Temple, 1st–8th century #themet #metmuseum
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@met_musical
Musical Instruments
51 minutes ago
Watercolor of musician playing sheng, late 18th century #metmuseum #musicalinstruments
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@met_armsarmor
The Met: Arms and Armor
11 hours ago
Close Hemet for a Cuirassier, ca. 1620–30 #metmuseum #themet
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@met_costume
The Met: Costume Institute
17 hours ago
Jacques Doucet, Evening coat, ca. 1910 #metmuseum #costumecollection
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@tzoumio
Ioannis Tz
4 days ago
Apollon plays a kithara between Leto and Artemis. Attic black-figure amphora, 520-510 BC. Attributer to the Pasikles Painter. MET Museum.
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@tzoumio
Ioannis Tz
a day ago
Bust of Athena and olive branch. Attic red-figure aryballic lekythos, attributed to the Achilles Painter, 450-425 BC. MET Museum.
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@met_egyptianart
The MET: Egyptian Art (Bot)
48 minutes ago
Worker Shabti of Henettawy (C), Daughter of Isetemkheb, ca. 990–970 B.C. #themet #metmuseum
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@met_costume
The Met: Costume Institute
11 hours ago
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