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Terracotta head of a woman; 12th-15th century, Yorube people of Nigeria

Ife Terracotta heads from the Oyo Kingdom, Nigeria (the bronze sculptures were made by men, the terracotta sculptures - like this head - were made by women)

ouijno:  eradr a reblogué eyeballmansion apollo ivory mask found on the parthenon

The Apollo Ivory mask is one of the most rare and important looted antiquities ever. Many believe it was carved by Phidias, ( 480 – 430 BC) considered to be one of the best classical sculptors of Greece. His remarkable work can be found on the Parthenon.

Ramses II on the left compared to Tutsi hairstyle

The Bantu Branch of ‘Africans’ are Hebrew Israelites PART II of II

Ancient Egyptian (Kemetian) statue on the LEFT African man on the RIGHT Source:”The African Origin of Civilization Myth or Reality by Cheikh Anta Diop (ISBN: ) page

Risultati immagini per Frobenius Leo

alaayemore: “Ife (Nigeria) bronze casting of a King, dated around Century, in the British Museum.

Head of an Oba, Edo brass sculpture from the court of Benin, Nigeria, 16th century

Head of an Oba, Edo brass sculpture from the court of Benin, Nigeria, century ~Via Dwayne Hearn

EGYPTE – Fayoum | Arrête ton char

Roman/Egyptian Period: Fayum Mummy Portrait is the name given to a large number of paintings from the to century C. The surviving paintings are predominantly from the Fayum, Egypt, a region that was once ruled by ancient Romans.

Head of a Man Wearing a Cap or Helmet, possibly 2nd–3rd century  Probably Great Britain and Ireland (Celtic)

Celtic: Head of a Man Wearing a Cap or Helmet, Celtic, possibly Cornish or Irish, circa - century CE.

Art néolithique - Les Musées Barbier-Mueller

Female Figure Anatolia Late Neolithic BC) H. cm This statuette large carved in limestone, dating from the dawn of the fourth millennium BC, offers traditional vision of the female figure, which perpetuated since the oldest sites of.

Princess - Head from a statuette. Probably from el-Amarna. Limestone. The Amarna c.1365-1347 B.C. | Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen

Princess - Head from a statuette. Probably from el-Amarna. The Amarna…

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