Paola Mazzei

Paola Mazzei

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IL ROMANICO Nel XI (1000) e XII (1100) secolo l’umanità era molto superstiziosa Da un lato credeva di cadere vittima del male e dall’altra temeva il giudizio.

IL ROMANICO Nel XI (1000) e XII (1100) secolo l’umanità era molto superstiziosa Da un lato credeva di cadere vittima del male e dall’altra temeva il giudizio.

Paestum Museum, Tomba del tuffatore (particolare)

Paestum Museum, Tomba del tuffatore (particolare)

Armed Owl. Attic oinichoe, perhaps for the Anthesteria, c 400 BC

Armed Owl. Attic oinichoe, perhaps for the Anthesteria, c 400 BC

La Civetta - riproduzione di un mosaico pavimentale romano.  III Concorso Internazionale "L'Arte del Mosaico" Nazzano 2012

La Civetta - riproduzione di un mosaico pavimentale romano. III Concorso Internazionale "L'Arte del Mosaico" Nazzano 2012

Tetradrachm: Owl (reverse), 500-430 BC Greece, Athens, 5th Century BC  silver

Tetradrachm: Owl (reverse), 500-430 BC Greece, Athens, 5th Century BC silver

Trono Ludovisi, es un tríptico de mármol del 460-450 aC. - Museo Nacional de Roma Palazzo Altemps en Roma. Lado derecho.

Trono Ludovisi, es un tríptico de mármol del 460-450 aC. - Museo Nacional de Roma Palazzo Altemps en Roma. Lado derecho.

Detail - Ancient Greek pottery decoration. Hans Ollermann

Detail - Ancient Greek pottery decoration. Hans Ollermann

The Discobolos, by Myron, is an excellent example of Greek athleticism, which reached its apogee at the Olympic Games. They began in 776 B.C., lasted 12 centuries, and were finally outlawed as a pagan ritual by the Christian Emperor Theodosius in 394 A.D. Among the events were races and sprints, the discus and javelin throw, and wrestling, held to display Greek athletic ideals, all for "garlands," "glory," and to honor Zeus. At first a local one day festival, the games became a Panhellenic…

The Discobolos, by Myron, is an excellent example of Greek athleticism, which reached its apogee at the Olympic Games. They began in 776 B.C., lasted 12 centuries, and were finally outlawed as a pagan ritual by the Christian Emperor Theodosius in 394 A.D. Among the events were races and sprints, the discus and javelin throw, and wrestling, held to display Greek athletic ideals, all for "garlands," "glory," and to honor Zeus. At first a local one day festival, the games became a Panhellenic…

Anónimo Roman Fresco  --  "A Rook"  --   Pompeii

Anónimo Roman Fresco -- "A Rook" -- Pompeii

simboli tradizionali della Grecia — Vettoriali Stock © roxanabalint #21533351

simboli tradizionali della Grecia — Vettoriali Stock © roxanabalint #21533351