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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection

The Archaeological Site of Cyrene is located in the modern-day city of Shahhat, Libya

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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: The Temple of Demeter, Cyrene, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Libya, North Africa, Africa
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: 20066303
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Head of Berenice II (269-221 BC) (stone)
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Temple of Zeus, Cyrene, Libya
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Mosaic, currently in the museum, taken from the Greek and Roman site of Cyrene
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Citadel ruins in Cyrene
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Roman theatre, Cyrene, Libya
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Sheep graze at the ancient Greek and Roman ruined city of Cyrene in modern-day Shahaat
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Stater (Coin) Depicting a Quadriga, 322-308 BCE. Creator: Unknown
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Coin Depicting the God Zeus Ammon, 247-221 BCE. Creator: Unknown
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: View of the upper city and entrance to the agora (photo)
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: General view of lower Cyrene (photo)
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Theseus and the Minotaur, from the House of Jacob Magnus (mosaic)
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: A nymph, from the House of Jason Magnus (mosaic)
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: 20062200
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: 20062192
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: 20062181
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: 20062171
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: 20062128
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: 20062121
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: 20066296
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Cross inscribed on a column, Apollonia, Libya
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Eastern Church, Apollonia, Libya
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Forum, Cyrene, Libya
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Temple doorway, Cyrene, Libya
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Tomb of Battus, Agora, Cyrene, Libya, c600 BC
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: The Eastern Church, Apollonia, Libya, c7th century BC
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Greek Propylaea, Cyrene, Libya
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: The Temple of Apollo, Cyrene, Libya, 6th century BC
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Cyrene crowned by Libya, c120-140
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Aristippus of Cyrene, born circa 435 BC - died circa 356 BC. Founder of the Cyrenaic school of
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Tomb of Battus, Agora, Cyrene, Libya, c600 BC
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Libya, Cyrene. Mosaic of Nymph and Satyr from Villa of Jason Magnus in the museum
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: AGRIPPINA the Elder (14BC-33). Prominent Roman
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Gymnasium, Cyrene
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Marble statue of Artemis with dog, from Cyrene, Libya
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Greek civilization, Statue of Aphrodite Anadyomene from Cyrene, Libya
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Libya, Cyrene, Roman Propylaea
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Libya, Cyrene, Greek Necropolis ( 460-300 b. C. )
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Libya, Cyrene, Greek Necropolis ( 460-300 b. C. )
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Libya, Cyrene, Greek Necropolis ( 460-300 b. C. )
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Libya, Cyrene, Roman Propylaea
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Libya, Cyrene, Greek Propylaea
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Libya, Cyrenaica, Cyrene, Propylaea
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Libya, Cyrene, Zeus Temple
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Libya, Cyrene, Zeus Temple
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Libya, Cyrenaica, Cyrene, Ptolemaion (later called Cesareum)
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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection: Lybia, Cyrene, Sanctuary of Apollo


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Archaeological Site of Cyrene Collection

The Archaeological Site of Cyrene is located in the modern-day city of Shahhat, Libya. It was founded by the Greeks in 630 BC and was one of the most important cities in North Africa during Hellenistic and Roman times. The site includes a number of ancient monuments, such as temples, theatres, baths, public squares and necropolises. One of its most famous monuments is the Temple of Apollo which dates back to the 4th century BC. The archaeological site also contains many other interesting ruins from various periods including Greek and Roman remains as well as Byzantine structures. Cyrene is an important part of Libya's cultural heritage and has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1982.
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Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Archaeological Site of Cyrene is a collection of stunning images that showcase the beauty and historical significance of this ancient city in Libya. The site was founded by Greek settlers in 630 BC and became an important center for trade, culture, and education. Today, it is recognized as one of the most significant archaeological sites in North Africa. Media Storehouse offers a range of products featuring these breathtaking images, including wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles, and greeting cards. Each item captures the intricate details and vibrant colors of the ruins at Cyrene. Whether you are a history buff or simply appreciate beautiful artwork inspired by ancient civilizations, our collection is sure to impress. The Archaeological Site of Cyrene serves as a reminder of the rich cultural heritage that exists throughout Africa and beyond.
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What are Archaeological Site of Cyrene (Libya Heritage Sites Libya Africa) art prints?

Archaeological Site of Cyrene art prints are high-quality reproductions of photographs taken at the ancient city of Cyrene, located in modern-day Libya. The site was founded by Greeks in the 7th century BC and later became a Roman colony. It is known for its impressive ruins, including temples, theaters, and public buildings. These art prints capture the beauty and historical significance of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. They are available in a variety of sizes and formats to suit any home or office decor. Whether you're an art collector or simply interested in history, these prints offer a unique glimpse into one of Africa's most important archaeological sites. Each print is carefully crafted using state-of-the-art printing technology to ensure that every detail is captured with stunning clarity. From the intricate carvings on ancient columns to sweeping views of the surrounding landscape, these prints bring the wonders of Cyrene right into your home.
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What Archaeological Site of Cyrene (Libya Heritage Sites Libya Africa) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of art prints featuring the archaeological site of Cyrene in Libya. These prints showcase the stunning beauty and historical significance of this ancient city, which was founded by Greek colonists in 631 BC. Some of the most popular art prints available from Media Storehouse include images of the Temple of Apollo, one of the most important religious sites in Cyrene. Other popular options include depictions of the Roman Theatre, which dates back to the 2nd century AD and could seat up to 3,000 people. In addition to these iconic landmarks, Media Storehouse also offers a variety of other images that capture different aspects of life in ancient Cyrene. From intricate mosaics and sculptures to everyday objects like pottery and jewelry, there is something for everyone among their collection. Whether you are an archaeology enthusiast or simply appreciate beautiful artwork, these art prints are sure to add a touch of history and culture to any home or office space.
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How do I buy Archaeological Site of Cyrene (Libya Heritage Sites Libya Africa) art prints?

To purchase Archaeological Site of Cyrene art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of images online. Once you have found the print that you would like to purchase, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information before completing your order. We offer a wide range of sizes and formats for their prints, including framed or unframed options. They use high-quality printing techniques to ensure that each print is vibrant and true-to-life. Whether you are looking for a unique piece of artwork for your home or office, or are interested in adding to your collection of historical artifacts, we have a variety of options available. With our easy-to-use website and secure checkout process, purchasing Archaeological Site of Cyrene art prints has never been easier.
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How much do Archaeological Site of Cyrene (Libya Heritage Sites Libya Africa) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of art prints featuring the Archaeological Site of Cyrene in Libya. The cost of these prints may vary depending on factors such as size and framing options. However, we strive to provide affordable prices for all our customers without compromising on quality. Our art prints are carefully curated and printed using high-quality materials to ensure that they capture the beauty and essence of this historical site. Each print is produced with attention to detail, making them perfect for anyone who appreciates history or wants to add a touch of culture to their home or office decor. We understand the importance of preserving cultural heritage sites like Cyrene, which is why we take great care in producing these art prints. Whether you're looking for a small print or a large canvas, we have something that will suit your needs and budget. So why not explore our collection today?
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How will my Archaeological Site of Cyrene (Libya Heritage Sites Libya Africa) art prints be delivered to me?

We offer a range of delivery options for our customers to receive their Archaeological Site of Cyrene art prints. Our standard delivery service is available worldwide and typically takes between 3-5 working days for UK orders and up to 10 working days for international orders. We also offer express delivery services for those who require their prints sooner. All of our art prints are carefully packaged in protective materials to ensure they arrive in perfect condition. For smaller sizes, the print will be delivered flat with backing board and cellophane wrap, while larger sizes may be rolled into a sturdy tube. We work with trusted courier partners to deliver your order safely and efficiently. Once your order has been dispatched, you will receive an email notification with tracking information so you can monitor its progress until it arrives at your doorstep.