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This bronze head was originally part of a life-sized statue. 1st century BCE-2nd…

Head of a man, 100 CE. Qaryat al-Faw site. Courtesy of Department of Archaeology Museum, King Saud University, Riyadh,

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Photo courtesy of David Kamm Photoworks . GMO contamination of masa harina consumer products EATING BIOFUEL CORN I...

He was born of a virgin mother on December 25th, in a humble cave, attended by shepherds, visited by three magi. He became a great traveling teacher and master, followed by twelve disciples. He sacrificed himself and, after three days, ascended to heaven so that others might find eternal life. He embodied Truth, Goodness, and Light. He was the Persian god Mithra, and he existed 2000 years before Christ.

Roman (AD 43 - AD Title: Statue head of God Mithras: century Description: Statue head of God Mithras. This statue head was found buried in the Mithraeum floor at Bucklersbury House, Walbrook in

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Fired clay (terra-cotta) decoration from the Belvedere Temple of Orvieto, fifth-century B.

Pietrera tomb,Vetulonia.Italy. almost life-size free-standing limestone statue, one of the oldest stone sculptures in Etruria. Her costume and her hair in loose plaits running over her shoulders and breasts is found only in Etruria and reflects Etruscan custom, while the position of her hands was found also in the Near East, ca. 625 BCE

Princess from the Etruscan Heartland (ca. 625 BCE) was honoured in the Pietrera tomb at Vetulonia with this almost life-size limestone statue

Visage du dieu Amon règne de Séthi Ier (1294 - 1279 avant J.-C.) basalte  | Site officiel du musée du Louvre

Visage du dieu Amon règne de Séthi Ier (1294 - 1279 avant J.-C.) basalte | Site officiel du musée du Louvre

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Agrippina, carrying a cornucopia, crowns her son Nero with a laurel wreath. Unknown Roman artist, between 54 CE (Nero’s accession to the throne) and 59 CE (Agrippina’s murder). Now in the Aphrodisias Museum, Turkey ♥

Apollo Kitharoedus, from the Casa del Citarista, late 1st century B.C. From Pompeii. Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples

Bronze statue of Apollo Citharoedus (detail), Casa del Citarista, Pompeii. Now in Naples Archaeological Museum.

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View this item and discover similar abstract sculptures for sale at - An ancient South Arabian limestone pillar stele, dating to the – century BC. The head sculpted in relief with robust features;

Terracotta statue of a young woman from the late 4th–early 3rd century B.C.

Terracotta statue of a young woman Date: late century B. Culture: Etruscan Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Terracottas Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1916 Accession Number:

In 106 CE, the Nabatean kingdom was annexed by the contemporary Roman Empire. The Hejaz, which encompasses Hegra, became part of the Roman province of Arabia. The Hedjaz region was integrated into the Roman province of Arabia in 106 CE. A monumental Roman epigraph of 175-177 CE was recently discovered at Al-Hijr (then called "Hegra" and now Mada'in Saleh).

Exhibition "Roads of Arabia": Head of a statue century BCE), red sandstone with traces of tar.

Clay votive statue of female uterus from sanctuary in Veii, Rome Province

Clay votive statue of female uterus from sanctuary in Veii, Rome Province. Etruscan civilization, century a.

Etruscan Nenfro statue of a winged lion, Archaic, ca. 550 B.C. Several statues of this type, made from nenfro, a kind of volcanic stone used extensively at Vulci, depict winged lions and sphinxes. These were set up to protect the entrances to subterranean chamber tombs covered by a tumulus (earthen mound). They often appear in pairs and represent the Etruscan response to a long tradition of guardian figures stretching back to ancient Egypt and the Near East.

Several statues of this type, made from nenfro, a kind of volcanic stone used extensively at Vulci, depict winged lions and sphinxes. These were set up to protect the entrances to subterranean chamber tombs covered by a tumulus (earthen mound)

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