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I Viaggiatori Ignoranti: Nuda bellezza "a tutto tondo". Sensualità femminile, umana e divina.

I Viaggiatori Ignoranti: Nuda bellezza "a tutto tondo". Sensualità femminile, umana e divina.

San Felipe Apostol, relieve en un capitel de San Pedro de la Nave (Zamora) Arte Visigodo. https://c2.staticflickr.com/2/1432/1298450536_41623941c8.jpg

San Felipe Apostol, relieve en un capitel de San Pedro de la Nave (Zamora) Arte Visigodo. https://c2.staticflickr.com/2/1432/1298450536_41623941c8.jpg

Perspolis by amir mohamadi on 500px

Persepolis (Old Persian: New Persian: Takht-e Jamshid or Pārseh), literally meaning "city of was the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire (ca. Persepolis is situated 70 km northeast of city of Shiraz in Fars Province in Iran.

https://flic.kr/p/dmeBfP | Siponto San Leonardo, Puglia

Left wing of the northern portal of the abbey church of San Leonardo di Siponto. by Alberto Gentile San Michele, Siponto San Leonardo, Puglia, Italia

DSC00650.JPG (1596×1600)

DSC00650.JPG (1596×1600)

Etruscan relief from the Ludovisi Throne c.550 BC

Etruscan relief from the Ludovisi Throne, circa 550 BCE--amazingly natural approach to the body

Relief of Minerva: Herculaneum

Relief of Minerva (Athena) - Goddess was never born, she sprang fully formed from the mind of Zeus. From Herculaneum

12th century, cathedral in Autun, France. The angel wakes the Magi. Sculpted by Gislebertus.

century) Angel awaking the magi, in the cathedral at Autun, France. There is no doubt that Gislebertus was the primary sculptor on St. Lazare as his distinctive personal style is seen throughout the building.

Diocletian (Nakipari fresco, 1130) Emperor Diocletian interrogating St George. Monastery Svaneti, Georgia

Diocletian (Nakipari fresco, 1130) Emperor Diocletian interrogating St George. Monastery Svaneti, Georgia

Angers cathedral, France, sculpture at West Portal.  (c. 1130-1160 per Koslin, Désirée and Janet E. Snyder, eds.: Encountering Medieval Textiles and Dress: Objects, texts, and Images, Macmillan, 2002, ISBN 0-3122-9377-1)

- Angers Cathedral - ref for hair and headdress, tight dress, girdle, etc. Angers_Cathedral_sculpture_at_west_door_TTaylor_bliaut.

Etruscan Art  Etruscan women, unlike Greek women of the time, enjoyed an elevated status. They were allowed to take part in all public events, reclined at banquets next to their men, and were educated. They had great freedom in society.

In the Etruscan world, women, unlike their contemporaries in Greek civilization, enjoyed great freedom. The Greek authors disapproved of this fact and spread malicious comments about the moral customs of Etruscan women.

Massimo Campigli (Italian, 1895-1971) Two figures (Due figure), 1955 Oil on canvas

amare-habeo: Massimo Campigli (Italian, Two figures (Due figure), 1955 Oil on canvas

Price an image of Relief carving, ruins of the ancient Persian city of Persepolis, Iran, first half of 5th century BC. Artist: Werner Forman from Heritage Images

Relief carving, ruins of the ancient Persian city of Persepolis, Iran, first half of century BC. Artist: Werner Forman from Heritage Images

Vulci, Necropoli di Ponte Rotto, La Tomba dei Tetnie

Sarcophagus of Larth Tetnies and the wife Thanchvil Tarnai. Place of discovery: Vulci necropolis of Ponte Rotto, the tomb of Tetnies. Third quarter of the fourth century BC. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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