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Jonny Wan | Vector Illustrators | Central Illustration Agency
Roman owl fibula found on Danish island. Bird, Archaeology, Ancient Artefacts, Ancient Art, Design, Roman, Ceramic Owl, Ancient Artifacts, Folk
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Roman owl fibula found on Danish island.
Roman owl fibula found on Danish island.
Following Hadrian (@carolemadge) / X
Roman owl fibula found on Danish island.
The University Museum exhibits the “Hasanlu Lovers,” a pair of entwined skeletons who died together in about 8oo B.C. Humour, Weird, Creepy, Haunting, Death, Strange, Fotografie, Rare Historical Photos, Fotografia
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The University Museum exhibits the “Hasanlu Lovers,” a pair of entwined skeletons who died together in about 8oo B.C.
Thracian frescoes from the 4th century BC tomb in Kazanlak, Bulgaria. Metal, Stone Age, Greece, Fresco, History, Civilization, Century
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Thracian frescoes from the 4th century BC tomb in Kazanlak, Bulgaria.
A densely packed display of pottery vessel fragments, lamps and appliques from the Ptolemaic and Roman periods in Egypt. In the Petrie Museum of Egyptology, University College, London. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art & Antiquities Pottery, Antiques, Applique, Antiquities, London, Museums
A densely packed display of pottery vessel fragments, lamps and appliques from the Ptolemaic and Roman periods in Egypt. In the Petrie Museum of Egyptology, University College, London. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art & Antiquities
Roman transport amphorae in the British Museum, London. These held wine, olive oil, garum (fish sauce) and other commodities. Those in the front row are, L to R, from Italy, Spain, Italy again and Egypt, 1st Century BC through 2nd Century AD. Those behind range from Turkey, Greece, Spain and Italy and in date from the 2nd Century BC through 6th Century AD. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Clio Ancient Art & Antiquities Egypt, Ancient Pottery, Ancient Romans, In Ancient Times, Ancient
Roman transport amphorae in the British Museum, London. These held wine, olive oil, garum (fish sauce) and other commodities. Those in the front row are, L to R, from Italy, Spain, Italy again and Egypt, 1st Century BC through 2nd Century AD. Those behind range from Turkey, Greece, Spain and Italy and in date from the 2nd Century BC through 6th Century AD. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Clio Ancient Art & Antiquities
Anglo-Saxon gilt silver disc brooches of the Kentish type, circa 500-600 AD, on display in the Dover Museum, Dover, England. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art & Antiquities Anglo Saxon, England, Cufflinks, Medieval, Iron Age, Crown Jewels
Anglo-Saxon gilt silver disc brooches of the Kentish type, circa 500-600 AD, on display in the Dover Museum, Dover, England. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art & Antiquities
Mountain goat, Proto-Elamite; Susa, Iran; Around 3100-2900 BCE Iranian, Statue, Prehistoric, Ancient Persian, Ancient Persia
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Mountain goat, Proto-Elamite; Susa, Iran; Around 3100-2900 BCE
Yakhchal ("ice pit"): ancient refrigerators. By 400 BCE, Persian engineers had mastered the technique of storing ice in the middle of summer in the desert. Above ground, the structure had a domed shape, but had a subterranean storage space; it was often used to store ice. Ancient Architecture, Architecture, Inventions, Food Storage, Desert Climate
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Yakhchal ("ice pit"): ancient refrigerators. By 400 BCE, Persian engineers had mastered the technique of storing ice in the middle of summer in the desert. Above ground, the structure had a domed shape, but had a subterranean storage space; it was often used to store ice.
National Archaeological Museum of Athens. Black Art, Ancient Aliens, Egyptian Art, Priestess, Egyptian Gods, Egyptian
National Archaeological Museum of Athens.
Detail from a large “Lebes Gamikos” or funerary vase from Centuripe, a Greek colony in Sicily. 250-225 BC. Ceramic with paint and gilding. The central panel depicts a bride flanked by attendants with small applied Erotes flying above. North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities Scene, Women, Antigua, Prints, Free Design, Original Artwork
Detail from a large “Lebes Gamikos” or funerary vase from Centuripe, a Greek colony in Sicily. 250-225 BC. Ceramic with paint and gilding. The central panel depicts a bride flanked by attendants with small applied Erotes flying above. North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities
Portrait bust of the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius, marble, late 2nd Century AD. Marcus Aurelius, one of the more remarkable Emperors of Rome, is best known as the philosopher Emperor, a champion of Stoic philosophy and author of the “Meditations.” North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities. Emperor, Portraits, Rome, Portrait
Portrait bust of the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius, marble, late 2nd Century AD. Marcus Aurelius, one of the more remarkable Emperors of Rome, is best known as the philosopher Emperor, a champion of Stoic philosophy and author of the “Meditations.” North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities.
Roman head of a woman in the guise of a goddess, possibly Livia, wife of the Emperor Augustus,. Cast bronze with silver inlays, 1st Century AD. North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities North Carolina, Goddess, Emperor Augustus
Roman head of a woman in the guise of a goddess, possibly Livia, wife of the Emperor Augustus,. Cast bronze with silver inlays, 1st Century AD. North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities
Back side of a Roman mirror portraying the three Graces. 2nd Century AD, silver & gilt bronze. North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities. Ancient Greek
Back side of a Roman mirror portraying the three Graces. 2nd Century AD, silver & gilt bronze. North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities.
Marble head of Bacchus (Dionysus). Roman, 2nd Century AD, based on an earlier Greek type. 13.25 inches tall. North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities Greek Gods
Marble head of Bacchus (Dionysus). Roman, 2nd Century AD, based on an earlier Greek type. 13.25 inches tall. North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities
Face from an Egyptian wood mummy case. Third Intermediate Period, 945-715 BC. Wood with gesso and paint. North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities. Cartonnage, Mask Ideas, Hands, Egyptian Mask
Face from an Egyptian wood mummy case. Third Intermediate Period, 945-715 BC. Wood with gesso and paint. North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities.
A Roman mosaic floor, 2nd Century AD, composed of cubes (tesserae) of variously colored marbles and colored glass. North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities Home Décor, Patchwork, Mosaics
A Roman mosaic floor, 2nd Century AD, composed of cubes (tesserae) of variously colored marbles and colored glass. North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities
A group of Roman silver objects, probably made in the Roman province of Gaul (modern France). The wide dish features a partially gilded figure of Mercury. The circular mirror is made of bronze covered in silver. The fluted silver bowl was for holding water used to wash hands. All dated to the mid-3rd Century AD. Now in The British Museum. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities. Romans, Silver Bowl, Bowl
A group of Roman silver objects, probably made in the Roman province of Gaul (modern France). The wide dish features a partially gilded figure of Mercury. The circular mirror is made of bronze covered in silver. The fluted silver bowl was for holding water used to wash hands. All dated to the mid-3rd Century AD. Now in The British Museum. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities.
Town Creek Indian Mound, AD 1100-1400, Mt Gilead, NC Country, Indian, Creek Indian, Towns, Mound, Country Roads, Creek, Road, Field
Town Creek Indian Mound, AD 1100-1400, Mt Gilead, NC
Reconstructed palisade, Town Creek Indian Mound, AD 1100-1400, Mt Gilead, NC Nature, Monument Valley, Valley, Palisades, Natural Landmarks
Reconstructed palisade, Town Creek Indian Mound, AD 1100-1400, Mt Gilead, NC
Native American pottery on display, site museum,  Town Creek Indian Mound, AD 1100-1400, Mt Gilead, NC Native American Pottery, Native American, American
Native American pottery on display, site museum, Town Creek Indian Mound, AD 1100-1400, Mt Gilead, NC
A display of Egyptian New Kingdom and Late Period shabtis in polychrome faience, painted wood and stone, in a rather old fashioned display case, at the Petrie Museum of Egyptology, University College, London. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities. Ancient Egypt
A display of Egyptian New Kingdom and Late Period shabtis in polychrome faience, painted wood and stone, in a rather old fashioned display case, at the Petrie Museum of Egyptology, University College, London. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities.
London’s civic center around the year 150 AD, as depicted in a model at the Museum of London. Based on excavations in modern London (Roman Londinium) and what is known of Roman town planning, it shows the Forum and Basilica - basic components of all planned Roman towns. Museum of London. Photo credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities. Exterior, London Museums
London’s civic center around the year 150 AD, as depicted in a model at the Museum of London. Based on excavations in modern London (Roman Londinium) and what is known of Roman town planning, it shows the Forum and Basilica - basic components of all planned Roman towns. Museum of London. Photo credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities.
Marble relief fragment depicting Greeks and Amazons in combat, from the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, a monumental tomb for Mausolus, the local semi-autonomus ruler in what is now western Turkey, around 350 BC. Destroyed by earthquakes in the Medieval period and the site was rediscovered in the 19th Century and fragments were saved from burning in lime kilns or reuse by being sent to the British Museum. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities. British, Greek Artifacts
Marble relief fragment depicting Greeks and Amazons in combat, from the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, a monumental tomb for Mausolus, the local semi-autonomus ruler in what is now western Turkey, around 350 BC. Destroyed by earthquakes in the Medieval period and the site was rediscovered in the 19th Century and fragments were saved from burning in lime kilns or reuse by being sent to the British Museum. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities.
A display of Roman enameled bronze brooches in a variety of forms, Roman penannular (ring shaped) brooches and buckles and clothing fasteners on display in the site museum at Roman Verulamium (the modern town of St Albans), about 30 minutes north of London. All are 1st through 4th Century AD. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities. Fasteners, Brooch, Bronze Brooches, Ring Shapes
A display of Roman enameled bronze brooches in a variety of forms, Roman penannular (ring shaped) brooches and buckles and clothing fasteners on display in the site museum at Roman Verulamium (the modern town of St Albans), about 30 minutes north of London. All are 1st through 4th Century AD. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities.
Winged male sphinx from Palace G at Persepolis, Iran, constructed by Artaxerxes III, 358-338 BC. This sphinx is quite late in date, having been put in place just a few years prior to Alexander the Great’s capture and destruction of the Persian capital of Persepolis. Stylistically it shares much with East Greek art of the Ionian coast. The British Museum, London. Ancient Near East, Ancient Mysteries
Some Iconic Near Eastern Antiquities in The British Museum
Winged male sphinx from Palace G at Persepolis, Iran, constructed by Artaxerxes III, 358-338 BC. This sphinx is quite late in date, having been put in place just a few years prior to Alexander the Great’s capture and destruction of the Persian capital of Persepolis. Stylistically it shares much with East Greek art of the Ionian coast. The British Museum, London.
The Ram in a Thicket. One of a pair, also found by Wooley during his excavation of the royal graves at Ur in the 1920s and 30s. It is made from gold leaf, copper, lapis lazuli, shell and red limestone over a now decayed wood core and dates to about 2,600 BC. It seems to have been a cult object associated with the royalty of Ur. The British Museum, London. Monuments
Some Iconic Near Eastern Antiquities in The British Museum
The Ram in a Thicket. One of a pair, also found by Wooley during his excavation of the royal graves at Ur in the 1920s and 30s. It is made from gold leaf, copper, lapis lazuli, shell and red limestone over a now decayed wood core and dates to about 2,600 BC. It seems to have been a cult object associated with the royalty of Ur. The British Museum, London.
The Standard of Ur, named by archaeologist Sir Leonard Wooley upon discovery, as it was thought by him to be a royal standard. It is actually a wood box decorated with shell, red limestone and lapis lazuli set in place with bitumen. It seems to depict tribute being brought to the ruling family of Ur (in today’s southern Iraq). In The British Museum, London Sumerian, Tomb, Ap Art
Some Iconic Near Eastern Antiquities in The British Museum
The Standard of Ur, named by archaeologist Sir Leonard Wooley upon discovery, as it was thought by him to be a royal standard. It is actually a wood box decorated with shell, red limestone and lapis lazuli set in place with bitumen. It seems to depict tribute being brought to the ruling family of Ur (in today’s southern Iraq). In The British Museum, London