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The temple of Bel was an ancient stone construction today in ruins located in Palmyra, Syria. The temple, consecrated to the Semitic god Bel, formed the center of religious life in Palmyra and was erected in 32 AD Ancient Ruins, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Architecture Antique, Roman Architecture, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Beautiful World, Beautiful Places
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Carnet de route : La Syrie 2010

Ο Ηνίοχος The Bronze statue of the Charioteer, B. Ancient Greek Sculpture, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Egyptian Art, Egyptian Mythology, Egyptian Goddess, Ancient Egypt, Greek History, Ancient History
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The Bronze statue of the Charioteer, 480-460 B.C., Delphi, Greece, 2011

On the head is wearing the victor's ribbon adorned with impressed silver. The face is enlivened by the inlaid eyes, the tufts of hair, and the youthful beard on his cheeks.

STRUMENTI CHIRURGICI ROMANI

Sito dedicato alla vita, ai fasti, alle vittorie e sconfitte dell'Impero Romano.

Mosaic with the scene of gladiatorial fight (so-called Simmachius mosaic). Marble, limestone and glass paste. Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient History, European History, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Greece, American History, Ancient Rome Gladiators, Marshal Arts, Rome Antique
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Mosaic with the scene of gladiatorial fight (so-called Simmachius mosaic). Madrid, National Archaeological Museum

Marble, limestone and glass paste. 3rd century CE. Height: 60.5 cm, width: 60.5 cm, depth: 10 cm.

A roman bronze of Mars Ultor circa century A. Ancient Rome, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Roman Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Bronze Sculpture, Greek Statues, Buddha Statues, Stone Statues
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Christie's Large Image

Silver tetradrachm of Augustus Roman, around 5 BCE minted in Antioch, Syria, Roman monetary policy in the East Ancient Ruins, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Roman Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Gold News, Museum Studies, Ancient Roman Coins, Monetary Policy
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Roman Charioteers on a Quadriga, centuries A.D, ancient mosaic صورة: لوحة… Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Chariot Racing, Art Romain, Art Antique, Mosaic Artwork, Byzantine Art, Roman History, Roman Art

Mosaic with the scene in the Circus. Madrid, National Archaeological Museum

Marble, limestone and glass paste. 3rd century CE. Height: 50 cm, width: 52 cm, depth: 5.4 cm.

An Apulian Plastic Lekythos in the Form of a Woman's Head Terracotta, Late Classical, ca. Famous Greek Sculpture, Ancient Greek Sculpture, Terracota, Magna Graecia, Collections D'objets, Statues, Roman Sculpture, Roman History, Greek Art
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An Apulian Plastic Lekythos in the Form of a Woman's Head

Terracotta, Late Classical, ca. 400-375 B.C.E. Head of a woman. In the absence of plentiful sculptural-quality stone, artists of Southern Italy used clay to great artistic effect. The head is impressive for its size, the sensitive rendering of the face, the texture of the hair, and the careful articulation of the earrings. (21.88.65) Text from Metropolitan Museum card.

Statue of Tiberius louvre 3 Roman Toga, Louvre Museum, Hotel Des Invalides, Roman Sculpture, Roman Fashion, Ancient Rome, Roman Empire, Belle Photo, Art And Architecture
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Statue of Tiberius louvre 3

Statue of Tiberius in toga. Detail. Marble. Height 2.08 m. Inv. No. MR 355 (Ma 1248). Paris, Louvre Museum. educational use only

  Ancient Roman Coins, Ancient Romans, Roman Coins For Sale, Roman Emperor, Waiting Rooms, Archaeology, Empire, Copper, Bronze
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I am presenting to you my work from the City of Cyrene. My work was to do Level Art all across the city, as well part of level design on a few places. The city was a rich Greek temple city with a population being mostly the elite. Ancient Greek City, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Rome Buildings, Ancient Buildings, Fantasy Art Landscapes, Fantasy Landscape, Roman Architecture, Ancient Architecture
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AC: Origins - The City of Cyrene

I am presenting to you my work from the City of Cyrene. My work was to do Level Art all across the city, as well part of level design on a few places. The city was a rich Greek temple city with a population being mostly the elite. It was founded by people

Hadrian (A. Gold Aureus Mint of Rome, A. HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS, laureate bust facing right, light drapery… / MAD on Collections – Browse and find over categories of collectables from around the world – antiques, stamps Ancient Roman Coins, Ancient Rome, Ancient Art, Bullion Coins, Gold Bullion, Antique Coins, Coins For Sale, World Coins, Dollar Coin
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Fountain pen - a luxury for connoisseurs, collectors and fans of the original things that is pleasant to use daily or occasionally. Today, the Swiss brand Richard Mille presents elegant and

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Set in the middle of the Syrian desert, the ancient silk-road city of Palmyra was once a part of the vast Roman Empire and one of the richest cities in the Near East. Ancient Ruins, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Roman Architecture, Ancient Architecture, Palmyra Syria, Naher Osten, Empire Romain, Silk Road
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Kilimangiaro on Twitter

“"Era un posto unico al mondo". Maria Teresa Grassi. #Palmira #Kilimangiaro”

Bronze Sestertius of Vespasian, Rome, AD 71 Old Coins, Roman Empire, Seals, Israel, Rome, History, Rings, Romans, Antiquities
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Bronze Sestertius of Vespasian, Rome, AD 71 1935.117.372

Licinius produced the edict of toleration on the of June in AD 313 to treat Christians benevolently in the Roman Empire. It's all his fault Battle Of Adrianople, Gold And Silver Coins, Roman Emperor, Museum Exhibition, Ancient Rome, Monet, Christianity, Celtic
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