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BUDDHISM SCULPTURE 3RD-6TH     Head of Gaul,from the Monastery of Tapa-Kalan, Hadda,Afghanistan. 3rd-4th CE Stucco,11,5 x 7,7 x 5,5 cm TK 68     Musee Guimet, Paris, France

BUDDHISM SCULPTURE 3RD-6TH Head of Gaul,from the Monastery of Tapa-Kalan, Hadda,Afghanistan. 3rd-4th CE Stucco,11,5 x 7,7 x 5,5 cm TK 68 Musee Guimet, Paris, France

138-192.  Athlete. roman marble copy of ca. 450 BCE Greek bronze statute. Mid-Imperial, Antonine,

Marble head of an athlete Period: Mid-Imperial, Antonine Date: ca. 138 - 192 Culture: Roman Medium: Marble Dimensions: H.

"Marble head of a man" (ca. 69-96 CE). Roman, Flavian period. Posted on metmuseum.org.

Head of a man (Flavian period) ca., marble, the Metropolitan museum of Art

Antiquities | Fine Art Auction | Search Results | Christie's

Bid in-person or online for the upcoming auction:Antiquities on 2 April 2014 at London

Head from an Antefix (Architectural element) Etruscan 500 BCE Terracotta

Photographed at the Dallas Museum of Art in Dallas, Texas.

Friso del Tesoro de Sifnos, Delfos- Este: Asamblea de los dioses, discutiendo sobre la guerra de Troya

Treasury of Siphnos East Frieze representing scenes from the Trojan War.From Left: Aris, Afrodite, Artemis.

Armorican Celtic art Head of the Celtic goddess Brigit or Birgit. (influenced by the Roman goddess Minerva).

ARCHAEOLOGY - Armorican Celtic art Head of the Celtic goddess Brigit or Birgit. (influenced by the Roman goddess Minerva). Found on sacred mount of Menez-Hom.

Bactrian composite idol.3000~2000 B.C.2200 BC –1700 BC, located in present day Turkmenistan, northern Afghanistan and Iran, southern Uzbekistan and western Tajikistan. Miho museum Japan

BC, located in present day Turkmenistan, northern Afghanistan & Iran, southern Uzbekistan & western Tajikistan

Bust of Antinous, the favorite of Hadrian, in Egyptian royal headdress. Roman, early second century AD, with restorations. Avignon, Musée Calvet, on loan from the Louvre

Bust of Antinous in Egyptian royal headdress. Roman, early second century AD, with restorations. Avignon, Musée Calvet, on loan from the Louvre

Pair of eyes [Probably Greek] (1991.11.3a,b) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Pair of eyes

Pair of eyes Period: Classical Date: century B. or later Culture: Greek Medium: Bronze, marble, frit, quartz, obsidian Dimensions: maximum H.

Charioteer of Delphi

Charioteer of Delphi

Hallada en Baena (Córdoba).  boca entreabierta ofrece una dentadura con piezas rectangulares y anchas. Ojos de forma ovalada y orejas con forma lanceolada y echadas hacia detrás. El animal está sentado sobre las cuatro patas. Se conservan íntegras las dos traseras y, en las delanteras, falta la parte de las garras. Toda la pieza apoya sobre un pedestal.  Está tallada únicamente por su cara frontal ya que la posterior se adosaría a uno de los lados del monumento funerario que protegía.   La…

Hallada en Baena (Córdoba). boca entreabierta ofrece una dentadura con piezas rectangulares y anchas. Ojos de forma ovalada y orejas con forma lanceolada y echadas hacia detrás. El animal está sentado sobre las cuatro patas. Se conservan íntegras las dos traseras y, en las delanteras, falta la parte de las garras. Toda la pieza apoya sobre un pedestal. Está tallada únicamente por su cara frontal ya que la posterior se adosaría a uno de los lados del monumento funerario que protegía. La…

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Late Minoan (ca. 1450 BCE) carved chlorite bull's head with gilded horns from Zakros Bulls in the Minoan era were huge! They were made to look realistic and not very animated. The face is lowly saturated while the horns are higher saturaytted.

1.Tarbush Hat Standing male figurine of an "Assyrian" type Period: Cypro-Archaic Date: mid-7th–end of the 6th century B.C. Culture: Cypriot

Hat Standing male figurine of an "Assyrian" type Period: Cypro-Archaic Date: of the century B.

Statuette of woman - Susa, Neo-Sumerian.  Shimashki and Sukkalmah dinasty. Louvre Museum

Statuette of woman - Susa, Neo-Sumerian. Shimashki and Sukkalmah dynasty.

The following image caused quite a stir when it was first released. It shows the destruction of a civilization from a tremendous volcanic eruption followed by flooding. Could this depiction and the Olmec ruins be proof of that titanic destruction?

Origins of Atlantis/Lemuria Myths page 1

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