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"Unveiling the Mysteries of Archeologie: A Journey through Ancient Artifacts" Step into the world and explore the fascinating remnants of our past

Background imageArcheologie Collection: History. Ancient Egypt. Ptah, deification of the primordial mound in the Ennead cosmogony

History. Ancient Egypt. Ptah, deification of the primordial mound in the Ennead cosmogony
3433735 History. Ancient Egypt. Ptah, deification of the primordial mound in the Ennead cosmogony. Fresco in the tomb of Nefertari in the Valley of the Kings, Ancient Egypt

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Comic actor with child in his arms, from Regio Arsenale near Villa Pepe, sepulchre 13

Comic actor with child in his arms, from Regio Arsenale near Villa Pepe, sepulchre 13
LRI741087 Comic actor with child in his arms, from Regio Arsenale near Villa Pepe, sepulchre 13; 15.4 cm; Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Taranto, Apuglia, Italy; Luisa Ricciarini

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Metope with figure riding a tortoise, from Paestum, the Heraion at the mouth of the Sele River

Metope with figure riding a tortoise, from Paestum, the Heraion at the mouth of the Sele River
LRI741073 Metope with figure riding a tortoise, from Paestum, the Heraion at the mouth of the Sele River; Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Paestum, Parco archeologico di Paestum & Elea-Velia

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Earthenware lamp on caryatids reassembled and integrated, from Paestum Heraion of foce Sele

Earthenware lamp on caryatids reassembled and integrated, from Paestum Heraion of foce Sele
LRI741035 Earthenware lamp on caryatids reassembled and integrated, from Paestum Heraion of foce Sele; diam: 17.5 cm; Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Paestum

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Head of a daughter of Pharaoh Akhenaten. Green feldspar sculpture

Head of a daughter of Pharaoh Akhenaten. Green feldspar sculpture. Egypt, New Kingdom, XVIII dynasty (Amenophis IV)
BEN5472858 Head of a daughter of Pharaoh Akhenaten. Green feldspar sculpture. Egypt, New Kingdom, XVIII dynasty (Amenophis IV, 1373 -1357 BC), 14th century BC

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Hermaphrodite discovered by Eros in the presence of Aphrodite's sculpted Sadoine (glyptic) Naples

Hermaphrodite discovered by Eros in the presence of Aphrodite's sculpted Sadoine (glyptic) Naples
BEN5478236 Hermaphrodite discovered by Eros in the presence of Aphrodite's sculpted Sadoine (glyptic) Naples, Italy National Archaeological Museum; Photo © Raffaello Bencini

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Roman antiquity: head of a medusa, carved sardoine (glyptic). (Inv)

Roman antiquity: head of a medusa, carved sardoine (glyptic). (Inv. 25864), National Archaeological Museum of Naples
BEN5478373 Roman antiquity: head of a medusa, carved sardoine (glyptic). (Inv. 25864), National Archaeological Museum of Naples, Italy by Roman School ; Photo © Raffaello Bencini

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Sardonyx vase. 3rd-4th century. Florence, Palazzo Pitti, Museo degli Argenti. 566

Sardonyx vase. 3rd-4th century. Florence, Palazzo Pitti, Museo degli Argenti. 566
BEN5474825 Sardonyx vase. 3rd-4th century. Florence, Palazzo Pitti, Museo degli Argenti. 566; Museo degli Argenti, Palazzo Pitti, Florence, Tuscany, Italy; Photo © Raffaello Bencini

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Greek ceramic with red figure: Apulian bell-shaped crater. Detail of the characters in front

Greek ceramic with red figure: Apulian bell-shaped crater. Detail of the characters in front
BEN5473647 Greek ceramic with red figure: Apulian bell-shaped crater. Detail of the characters in front. Made by the painter from Dijon. Bari, Archeologico

Background imageArcheologie Collection: The Temple of Hephaistos and Athena Ergane (Hephaisteion) (formerly Theseion, Temple of Thesee)

The Temple of Hephaistos and Athena Ergane (Hephaisteion) (formerly Theseion, Temple of Thesee)
CSO4982784 The Temple of Hephaistos and Athena Ergane (Hephaisteion) (formerly Theseion, Temple of Thesee), ; (add.info.: The Temple of Hephaistos and Athena Ergane (Hephaisteion) (formerly Theseion)

Background imageArcheologie Collection: The temple of Jupiter, Athenes (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos

The temple of Jupiter, Athenes (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos (1845-1898)
CSO4982727 The temple of Jupiter, Athenes (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos (1845-1898); (add.info.: The temple of Jupiter)

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Portland vase in the British Museum. Cameo vase in blue and white glass with historical or

Portland vase in the British Museum. Cameo vase in blue and white glass with historical or mythological figures
FLO4974647 Portland vase in the British Museum. Cameo vase in blue and white glass with historical or mythological figures

Background imageArcheologie Collection: depiction of ancient warriors with spears on horseback from a very ancient vase in the British

depiction of ancient warriors with spears on horseback from a very ancient vase in the British Museum
FLO4974646 depiction of ancient warriors with spears on horseback from a very ancient vase in the British Museum. Copperplate engraving by Henry Moses from A Collection of Antique Vases, Altars, etc

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Patera in the British Museum. Shallow ceramic dish with mythological or historical figures with

Patera in the British Museum. Shallow ceramic dish with mythological or historical figures with parasol and vase
FLO4974642 Patera in the British Museum. Shallow ceramic dish with mythological or historical figures with parasol and vase

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Plaster cast of a woman's body from the Via Stabiana now in the Museum of Pompeii

Plaster cast of a woman's body from the Via Stabiana now in the Museum of Pompeii
FLO4687112 Plaster cast of a woman's body from the Via Stabiana now in the Museum of Pompeii. Chromolithograph by Victor Steeger after an illustration by Geremia Discanno from Emile Presuhn

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Cast of a dead dog from the House of Vesonius Primus, a fuller

Cast of a dead dog from the House of Vesonius Primus, a fuller. Chromolithograph by Victor Steeger after an
FLO4687111 Cast of a dead dog from the House of Vesonius Primus, a fuller. Chromolithograph by Victor Steeger after an illustration by Geremia Discanno from Emile Presuhn (1844-1878)

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Crocodile and pygmies from the House of the Pygmies (Casa dei Pygmeii) 9, Regio IX, Insula V

Crocodile and pygmies from the House of the Pygmies (Casa dei Pygmeii) 9, Regio IX, Insula V. Chromolithograph by J.G
FLO4687070 Crocodile and pygmies from the House of the Pygmies (Casa dei Pygmeii) 9, Regio IX, Insula V. Chromolithograph by J.G

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Reilefs from the momument of Taq-e Bostan on the outskirts of Kermanshah, Persia

Reilefs from the momument of Taq-e Bostan on the outskirts of Kermanshah, Persia
FLO4722961 Reilefs from the momument of Taq-e Bostan on the outskirts of Kermanshah, Persia. The king hunting deer and boar 1, and the coronation of Shapur III with his father Shapur II, 2

Background imageArcheologie Collection: From a very ancient vase in the British Museum decorated with a man riding a two-horse chariot

From a very ancient vase in the British Museum decorated with a man riding a two-horse chariot
FLO4679311 From a very ancient vase in the British Museum decorated with a man riding a two-horse chariot, another man with a spear

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Vase with depiction of a festival to Bacchus, woman holding vine leaf with basket on her head

Vase with depiction of a festival to Bacchus, woman holding vine leaf with basket on her head
FLO4679507 Vase with depiction of a festival to Bacchus, woman holding vine leaf with basket on her head, and two men holding torch and javelins. In the British Museum

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Vases decorated with mythical scenes from C.H. Tatham's collection

Vases decorated with mythical scenes from C.H. Tatham's collection. Copperplate engraving by Henry Moses from A
FLO4679482 Vases decorated with mythical scenes from C.H. Tatham's collection. Copperplate engraving by Henry Moses from A Collection of Antique Vases, Altars, etc

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Elevation of the Mausoleum of Hadrian in its perfect state in Parco Adriano, Rome

Elevation of the Mausoleum of Hadrian in its perfect state in Parco Adriano, Rome
FLO4679377 Elevation of the Mausoleum of Hadrian in its perfect state in Parco Adriano, Rome. Copperplate engraving by Henry Moses from A Collection of Antique Vases, Altars, etc

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Ancient vase in the possession of J.P. Anderdon. Vase in red clay with black design of man in

Ancient vase in the possession of J.P. Anderdon. Vase in red clay with black design of man in lionskin (Hercules)
FLO4679303 Ancient vase in the possession of J.P. Anderdon. Vase in red clay with black design of man in lionskin (Hercules) fighting centaurs

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Teocalli temple pyramid of the Aztecs, Mexico city. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Verico

Teocalli temple pyramid of the Aztecs, Mexico city. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Verico from Giulio
FLO4622083 Teocalli temple pyramid of the Aztecs, Mexico city. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Verico from Giulio Ferrario's Ancient and Modern Costumes of all the Peoples of the World

Background imageArcheologie Collection: ROME: TEMPLE OF ANTONINUS and Faustina (Tempio di Antonino e Faustina) at the Roman Forum

ROME: TEMPLE OF ANTONINUS and Faustina (Tempio di Antonino e Faustina) at the Roman Forum, 19th century (engraving)
1737534 ROME: TEMPLE OF ANTONINUS and Faustina (Tempio di Antonino e Faustina) at the Roman Forum, 19th century (engraving)

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Proto Archaic antefix with female protome, from Taranto

Proto Archaic antefix with female protome, from Taranto
LRI741036 Proto Archaic antefix with female protome, from Taranto; 19x25.5 cm; Civico Museo di Storia ed Arte, Trieste, Italy; Luisa Ricciarini

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Ruins of the tombs of Mitla or Miguitlan, Mexico City. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by

Ruins of the tombs of Mitla or Miguitlan, Mexico City. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Verico from Giulio
FLO4622134 Ruins of the tombs of Mitla or Miguitlan, Mexico City. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Verico from Giulio Ferrario's Ancient and Modern Costumes of all the Peoples of the World

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Ruins of the tombs of Mitla or Miguitlan, Mexico City. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by

Ruins of the tombs of Mitla or Miguitlan, Mexico City. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Verico from Giulio
FLO4622125 Ruins of the tombs of Mitla or Miguitlan, Mexico City. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Verico from Giulio Ferrario's Ancient and Modern Costumes of all the Peoples of the World

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Excavation of the buried city of Herculaneum in the 18th century

Excavation of the buried city of Herculaneum in the 18th century, and the discovery of Roman ruins under volcanic ash
FLO4574946 Excavation of the buried city of Herculaneum in the 18th century, and the discovery of Roman ruins under volcanic ash near Vesuvius

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Excavation of the buried city of Herculaneum in the 18th century

Excavation of the buried city of Herculaneum in the 18th century, and the discovery of Roman ruins under volcanic ash
FLO4574924 Excavation of the buried city of Herculaneum in the 18th century, and the discovery of Roman ruins under volcanic ash near Vesuvius 1, and plan of a grand theatre for 10, 000 spectators 2

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Extended woman Marble sculpture of the Pergamon school with dedication to the Acropolis of Athens

Extended woman Marble sculpture of the Pergamon school with dedication to the Acropolis of Athens. 200 BC
BEN5475200 Extended woman Marble sculpture of the Pergamon school with dedication to the Acropolis of Athens. 200 BC. Naples, Museo Nazionale Archeologico; Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Female bust. Aquamarine relief. Size: 2.6 x 1.7 cm. (No. 949)

Female bust. Aquamarine relief. Size: 2.6 x 1.7 cm. (No. 949, Inv.26794) Museo Nazionale Archeologico, Naples. 579
BEN5474892 Female bust. Aquamarine relief. Size: 2.6 x 1.7 cm. (No. 949, Inv.26794) Museo Nazionale Archeologico, Naples. 579; Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples, Campania

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Two young girls running and dancing. Bas relief from the temple of Heraion del Silaro in Paestum

Two young girls running and dancing. Bas relief from the temple of Heraion del Silaro in Paestum, Italy. 510 BC
BEN5472910 Two young girls running and dancing. Bas relief from the temple of Heraion del Silaro in Paestum, Italy. 510 BC. Dimensions: 85 x 71.6 cm. 417; Photo © Raffaello Bencini

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Roman antiquity: gold coin from the reign of Emperor Mark Aurelius (121-181 AD), (Inv)

Roman antiquity: gold coin from the reign of Emperor Mark Aurelius (121-181 AD), (Inv)
BEN5478366 Roman antiquity: gold coin from the reign of Emperor Mark Aurelius (121-181 AD), (Inv. FR 9833), National Archaeological Museum of Naples, Italy; Photo © Raffaello Bencini

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Greek ceramic: Nike (personification of Victory). Lekame adorned by the painter from Lipari

Greek ceramic: Nike (personification of Victory). Lekame adorned by the painter from Lipari, 4th BC. Size: 21.5 cm
BEN5472464 Greek ceramic: Nike (personification of Victory). Lekame adorned by the painter from Lipari, 4th BC. Size: 21.5 cm. Museo Eoliano, Lipari.; Photo © Raffaello Bencini

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Greek ceramic: Nike (personification of Victory). View from below

Greek ceramic: Nike (personification of Victory). View from below. Lekame adorned by the painter from Lipari, 4th BC
BEN5472428 Greek ceramic: Nike (personification of Victory). View from below. Lekame adorned by the painter from Lipari, 4th BC. Size: 21.5 cm. Museo Eoliano, Lipari.; Photo © Raffaello Bencini

Background imageArcheologie Collection: The treasor of the Atrides or tomb of Agamemnon, Mycenes (Greece)

The treasor of the Atrides or tomb of Agamemnon, Mycenes (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos
CSO4982939 The treasor of the Atrides or tomb of Agamemnon, Mycenes (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos (1845-1898); (add.info)

Background imageArcheologie Collection: The odeon (theatre) of Herode Atticus, built in 161, Athens (Greece)

The odeon (theatre) of Herode Atticus, built in 161, Athens (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou
CSO4982836 The odeon (theatre) of Herode Atticus, built in 161, Athens (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos (1845-1898); (add.info.: The odeon (theatre) of Herode Atticus

Background imageArcheologie Collection: The tower of the winds (Andronicos clock), 1st century BC, Athenes (Greece)

The tower of the winds (Andronicos clock), 1st century BC, Athenes (Greece)
CSO4982758 The tower of the winds (Andronicos clock), 1st century BC, Athenes (Greece) - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos (1845-1898); (add.info)

Background imageArcheologie Collection: The choregic monument of Lysicrate, raised on the Acropolis in 335-334 BC

The choregic monument of Lysicrate, raised on the Acropolis in 335-334 BC
CSO4982726 The choregic monument of Lysicrate, raised on the Acropolis in 335-334 BC, Athenes (Greece) - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos (1845-1898); (add.info)

Background imageArcheologie Collection: The temple of Apollo, Corinth (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos

The temple of Apollo, Corinth (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos (1845-1898)
CSO4983019 The temple of Apollo, Corinth (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos (1845-1898); (add.info.: The temple of Apollo)

Background imageArcheologie Collection: The temple of Zeus, in Nemee (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos

The temple of Zeus, in Nemee (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos (1845-1898)
CSO4982966 The temple of Zeus, in Nemee (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos (1845-1898); (add.info.: The temple of Zeus)

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Walls of the Mycenian enclosure, Tyrinth (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou

Walls of the Mycenian enclosure, Tyrinth (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos (1845-1898)
CSO4982918 Walls of the Mycenian enclosure, Tyrinth (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos (1845-1898); (add.info.: Walls of the Mycenian enclosure)

Background imageArcheologie Collection: The Propylees (437-432 BC) of the Acropolis of Athenes (Greece)

The Propylees (437-432 BC) of the Acropolis of Athenes (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos
CSO4982788 The Propylees (437-432 BC) of the Acropolis of Athenes (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos (1845-1898); (add.info)

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Patera from Millin, Ancient Paintings and Vases. Shallow ceramic dish with mythological winged

Patera from Millin, Ancient Paintings and Vases. Shallow ceramic dish with mythological winged figures
FLO4974656 Patera from Millin, Ancient Paintings and Vases. Shallow ceramic dish with mythological winged figures, possibly Venus and Cupid

Background imageArcheologie Collection: View of the Mausoleum of Hadrian or the Castle of St. Angelo in Parco Adriano, Rome

View of the Mausoleum of Hadrian or the Castle of St. Angelo in Parco Adriano, Rome
FLO4974654 View of the Mausoleum of Hadrian or the Castle of St. Angelo in Parco Adriano, Rome. Copperplate engraving by Henry Moses from A Collection of Antique Vases, Altars, etc

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Fictile vases in the British Museum. Vases in red clay with black decorative patterns

Fictile vases in the British Museum. Vases in red clay with black decorative patterns
FLO4679319 Fictile vases in the British Museum. Vases in red clay with black decorative patterns. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Henry Moses from A Collection of Antique Vases, Altars, etc

Background imageArcheologie Collection: Bronze statue of an Amorino (infant cupid) with a dolphin from the Thermae (baths) at Regio IX

Bronze statue of an Amorino (infant cupid) with a dolphin from the Thermae (baths) at Regio IX, Insula IV, 5
FLO4687176 Bronze statue of an Amorino (infant cupid) with a dolphin from the Thermae (baths) at Regio IX, Insula IV, 5. Chromolithograph by J.G



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"Unveiling the Mysteries of Archeologie: A Journey through Ancient Artifacts" Step into the world and explore the fascinating remnants of our past. Delve into the depths of history as you encounter a Proto-Lucanian volute krater adorned with intricate red figures, attributed to the skilled hands of the Painter of Carnee. This clay and glaze masterpiece transports us back in time, offering a glimpse into ancient artistic techniques. Continuing our journey, we arrive in Magna Graecia where a seashell-shaped silver cosmetic case from the 3rd century BC awaits. Marvel at its delicate craftsmanship, reflecting both beauty and functionality cherished by those who once possessed it. Ancient Egypt beckons us next, revealing Ptah's deification through a mesmerizing fresco found within Nefertari's tomb in the Valley of Kings. The depiction showcases Ptah as the embodiment of creation on his primordial mound, shedding light on Egyptian cosmogony beliefs. Venturing further, we stumble upon an intriguing Crane Trepane discovered deep within Corbieres cave. Its purpose remains shrouded in mystery; perhaps it held significance for rituals or everyday life during ancient times. The Neolithic era whispers secrets through pierced shells forming an exquisite necklace - evidence that adornment has always been part of human culture since time immemorial. A stunning acroterial disc captures our attention next; featuring Heracles battling against the mighty lion of Nemea. Discovered in Fratte di Salerno's Scigliato district, this artifact exemplifies classical artistry at its finest. Our exploration takes us to Tipasa in Algeria where we witness two contrasting scenes frozen in time: The Circular Mausoleum stands proudly amidst nature's embrace while nearby lies ruins reminiscent of St Salsa Christian Basilica - testaments to civilizations that have come and gone throughout centuries.