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Arch of Titus. Rome. Italy Featured Volutes Print

Arch of Titus. Rome. Italy

Roman Art. Arch of Titus. Erected in the year 81 to commemorate the conquest of Titus against the Jews. It features carved scenes of the conquest and subsequent destruction of Jerusalem (AD 70). Via Sacra. Roman Forum. Rome. Italy

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Painting of the upper register of the stucco frieze at Acanceh, Mexico Featured Volutes Print

Painting of the upper register of the stucco frieze at Acanceh, Mexico

3473868 Painting of the upper register of the stucco frieze at Acanceh, Mexico by Breton, Adela (1850-1923); Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, UK; (add.info.: Painting of the upper register of the stucco frieze at Acanceh, Mexico.
Upper band: blue band incised with volutes, which represents water or perhaps clouds (von Winning), plus suspended from it a variant on the eye and waterdrop motif from Teotihuacan,); English, out of copyright

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Head of a pastoral staff, 14th century?, (1881). Creator: W. M. McGill Featured Volutes Print

Head of a pastoral staff, 14th century?, (1881). Creator: W. M. McGill

Head of a pastoral staff, 14th century?, (1881). Etching of an ivory crozier head made in Paris, the openwork volute either being from the fourteenth or the nineteenth century, with mid-nineteenth century metalwork additions. The carved decoration features Christ on the cross between the Virgin and St John the Evangelist, supported by a kneeling angel. The knop below is in the form of a small hexagonal building with niches containing the figures of saints. A crozier is a crook-shaped pastoral staff carried as a symbol of authority and pastoral care by a bishop or abbot. From "The South Kensington Museum", a book of engraved illustrations, with descriptions, of the works of art in the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London (formerly known as the South Kensington Museum). [Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, London, 1881]

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