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Ivory plaque depicting Dionysos,  decorated either a chest of a bed, from Saepinum (Sepino, Italy), 1st century BC - 1st century CE, Thessaloniki Archaeological Museum , Hellas

Ivory plaque depicting Dionysos, decorated either a chest of a bed, from Saepinum (Sepino, Italy), 1st century BC - 1st century CE, Thessaloniki Archaeological Museum , Hellas

Female moon mask ca. 1830–50 Tlingit , possibly Sitka Alaska Princeton University Art Museum

Female moon mask ca. 1830–50 Tlingit , possibly Sitka Alaska Princeton University Art Museum

❤ -  Openwork plaque with ram-headed sphinx    Period:      Neo-Assyrian  Date:      ca. 9th–8th century B.C.  Geography:      Syria, probably from Arslan Tash (ancient Hadatu)  Culture:      Assyrian  Medium:      Ivory

❤ - Openwork plaque with ram-headed sphinx Period: Neo-Assyrian Date: ca. 9th–8th century B.C. Geography: Syria, probably from Arslan Tash (ancient Hadatu) Culture: Assyrian Medium: Ivory

Christian Zucconi (1978, Italy), TESTA I (2013), Stone, iron and wax / Pietra, ferro e cera, cm 28 x 21 x 40.

Christian Zucconi (1978, Italy), TESTA I (2013), Stone, iron and wax / Pietra, ferro e cera, cm 28 x 21 x 40.

The Phoenicians (1500–300 B.C.) | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Phoenicians (1500–300 B.C.) | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Roma Sparita - Lucidascarpe

Roma Sparita - Lucidascarpe

Plaque Fragment from Saddle,late 19th  20th century,Spanish,ivory.

Plaque Fragment from Saddle,late 19th 20th century,Spanish,ivory.

Minoan goddess picking saffron crocus flower

Minoan goddess picking saffron crocus flower

Scene of childbirth in relief on an ivory plaque attached to one end of a papyrus winder (a roller for holding the papyrus while reading). The pregnant woman sits on a birthing chair. Behind her, a standing woman holds her steady as she lifts her left arm backwards to grasp the attendant. The midwife kneels in front of the mother with a sponge in her right hand. Behind her stands a veiled woman who extends her hands toward the mother. Roman. From Pompeii, Region I, Insula 2, first century…

Scene of childbirth in relief on an ivory plaque attached to one end of a papyrus winder (a roller for holding the papyrus while reading). The pregnant woman sits on a birthing chair. Behind her, a standing woman holds her steady as she lifts her left arm backwards to grasp the attendant. The midwife kneels in front of the mother with a sponge in her right hand. Behind her stands a veiled woman who extends her hands toward the mother. Roman. From Pompeii, Region I, Insula 2, first century…

Cosimo I de'Medici

Cosimo I de'Medici

Cosmetic ladle - Ivory - Late Babylonian, 700-600 BC (via pin de Autumn Rodgers)

Cosmetic ladle - Ivory - Late Babylonian, 700-600 BC (via pin de Autumn Rodgers)

Hermes, Side Museum. Side, Türkiye (Turkey)

Hermes, Side Museum. Side, Türkiye (Turkey)

Head of Herakles, 3rd-2nd Centuries BC Greece, Hellenistic period  bronze filled with lead

Head of Herakles, 3rd-2nd Centuries BC Greece, Hellenistic period bronze filled with lead

The Sol Invictus, C.AD350. Vatican Museum, Rome, Italy.

The Sol Invictus, C.AD350. Vatican Museum, Rome, Italy.

Openwork plaque with a rampant goat eating a plant, openwork plaque with a rampant goat eating a plant. Neo-Assyrian, ca. 8th century B.C., Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu). Courtesy  currently located at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Photo taken by Peter Roan.

Openwork plaque with a rampant goat eating a plant, openwork plaque with a rampant goat eating a plant. Neo-Assyrian, ca. 8th century B.C., Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu). Courtesy currently located at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Photo taken by Peter Roan.

Bronzo di Riace cosiddetto A, originale greco del V° sec. a.C. (part. del volto)

Bronzo di Riace cosiddetto A, originale greco del V° sec. a.C. (part. del volto)