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Choose from 396 pictures in our Minerva collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Carafa Chapel. the Annunciation and the Assumption of th Featured Print

The Carafa Chapel. the Annunciation and the Assumption of th

The Carafa Chapel with late 15th-century frescoes (1488-1493) by Filippino Lippi (c.1457-1504). it depicts the Annunciation and the Assumption of the Virgin with St. Thomas Aquinas presenting Cardinal Carafa to the Blessed Virgin over the altar and the Glory of St Thomas on the right hand. It is also known as the Chapel of St Thomas Aquinas. Saint Mary above Minerva. Italy. Rome.

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

Tholos of Athena Pronaia 3 Featured Print

Tholos of Athena Pronaia 3

Tholos is perhaps the most characteristic monument of Delphi, which dominates the sanctuary of Athena Pronaia between the newest temple of Athena and the treasure of Massalioton. This masterpiece of classical architecture, which, however, ignore the use. Has been associated with chthonic cult, however, Pausanias, who saw the ruins of the 2nd century. A.D. not to mention as a temple. The impressive circular building dating to 380 BC As we learn from Vitruvius, the architect responsible for the construction of the dome was Theodore from Phocea or Phocis, who, indeed, had written a book on how it was built.

© Tilis

Italy. Rome. Basilica of Saint Mary above Minerva and Minerv Featured Print

Italy. Rome. Basilica of Saint Mary above Minerva and Minerv

Italy. Rome. Basilica of Saint Mary above Minerva, better known as the Dominicans. It is located in the Piazza della Minerva. Facade. In front of the church, the Minerva's Pulcino (Pulcino della Minerva), designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680) and carried out by his pupil Ercole Ferrata (1610-1686) in 1667. An elephant is the supporting base of one of the Rome's eleven Egyptian obelisks. It was found in the Dominicans' garden.

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans