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A grave stele with two warriors. Artist unknown, ca. 350-325 BCE. Found in the Taman Peninsula, Russia (part of the ancient Kingdom of Bosporus); now in the Pushkin Museum, Moscow.

A grave stele with two warriors. Artist unknown, ca. Found in the Taman Peninsula, Russia (part of the ancient Kingdom of Bosporus); now in the Pushkin Museum, Moscow.

Funerary Stela of C. Julius Valerius. The child’s costume and pose are Roman, but his long sidelock of hair is traditionally Egyptian, as are the jackal god Anubis and the falcon god Horus above his head. The griffin in the lower right corner represents the classical goddess Nemesis, who controlled life and death.  ◦Medium: Limestone, traces of paint  ◦Place Made: Egypt, Provenance unknown  ◦Dates: 3rd century C.E.  ◦Period: Roman Period

Funerary stela of C. Julius Valerius, made in Egypt (limestone with traces of paint), Roman, century AD

Hermes, Eurydice, and Orpheus - Roman relief marble copy after Greek original in 1st century AD, original 5th century BC, at the Archeologico Nazionale, Naples

Hermes, Eurydice, and Orpheus on Roman marble relief - copy after Greek original, circa c. AD - at the Museum of Naples

Yunan hekim Claudius Agathemerus ve eşi Myrtale mezar taşı.  Roma Dönemi. MS 1 yy. Ashmolean Müzesi, Oxford

Yunan hekim Claudius Agathemerus ve eşi Myrtale mezar taşı. Roma Dönemi. MS 1 yy. Ashmolean Müzesi, Oxford

Attic grave relief of Sosia and Kephisodoros. More precisely, by 410 BC.  Der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin

Attic grave relief of Sosia and Kephisodoros. More precisely, by 410 BC.

Memorial Art Gallery Collection-Grave Stele, 36.54

Memorial Art Gallery Collection-Grave Stele, 36.54

Marble plaque depicting the Graces in front of a matrona; originally funerary, it seems to have been later reused, as a shop sign (inscription: AD SORORES IIII "At the Four Sisters") for a lupanare. Roman, 70-100 CE. Pergamon Museum.

Marble plaque depicting the Graces in front of a matrona; originally funerary, it seems to have been later reused, as a shop sign (inscription: AD SORORES IIII "At the Four Sisters") for a lupanare.

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The Louvre reliefs above belong to earlier an period and present a remarkable "classical" style. Arms and armor seem rather ancient than medieval. Left and Right: The Harbavile Triptych, ivory panel,

Grave Stele from Nicomedia This marble grave stele has been found in Izmit (ancient Nicomedia). It dates back to the Late Hellenistic or Early Roman Period. The inscription reads: "Hygeia made this grave for her mother Artemisia, and Acyda and Iulius..., farewell".Istanbul Archaeology Museums

Grave Stele from Nicomedia This marble grave stele has been found in Izmit (ancient Nicomedia). It dates back to the Late Hellenistic or Early Roman Period. The inscription reads: "Hygeia made this grave for her mother Artemisia, and Acyda and Iulius..., farewell".Istanbul Archaeology Museums

ΕΘΝΙΚΟ ΑΡΧΑΙΟΛΟΓΙΚΟ ΜΟΥΣΕΙΟ ΑΘΗΝΑΣ - OFFICIAL SITE

738 Marble funerary naiskos (small temple) of Aristonautes, found in the ancient cemetery of the Kerameikos, Athens BC.

Estatueta original de terracota amb membres articulats, Staatliche Antikensammlungen, Munic.

Goddess on a throne with movable arms, Hellenistic statuette (terracotta), century BC, (Staatliche Antikensammlungen, Munich).

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