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The Reliquary of St. Elizabeth is believed to have contained the head of saint Elizabeth of Hungary. The oldest part is an agate bowl made during the Late Antiquity, sometime between the 4th and 7th centuries AD. Other parts were made during the 11th century, and the base of the reliquary as well as parts of two royal crowns that are incorporated into it date from the 13th century. It is today displayed in the Swedish History Museum in Stockholm
Two men sawing at a piece of wood. Funeral stele of a carpenter from l'Isle Saint Jacques, France. Musee d'Art et d'Histoire, Metz, France
Art and Picture Collection, The New York Public Library. "Shepherds of the Landes, France". The New York Public Library Digital Collections. 1879
1950. Milk delivery in Amsterdam
Postcard La Normandie, Vieille Fileuse au rouet, Alte Spinnerin, Spinnrad, Tracht postally used 1910
Straathandel. Fruithandelaar met handkar op de Dam. Nederland, Amsterdam, 1930.
Reliquary Chasse with the Adoration of the Magi. The British Museum, London (ca. 1200-30).
Terracotta female figurine, Halaf, 6th millennium BC, 8.8 cm. (Bavarian State Archaeological Collection, Munich)
Mother Goddess backside of seated statue 6500 BC Catal Huyuk in Turkey
Chokwe 'Sanza' Thumb Piano, Dem. Rep. Congo or Angola, Late 1800s