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Background imageArcheology Collection: The Nike or Victory of Samothrace, marble

The Nike or Victory of Samothrace, marble
Greek civilization, 2nd century b.C. - The Nike or Victory of Samothrace, marble, height 328 cm

Background imageArcheology Collection: Italy, Florence, Ivory Sculpture representing Empress Arianna (or Aelia Ariadne, ca. 450-515 A. D )

Italy, Florence, Ivory Sculpture representing Empress Arianna (or Aelia Ariadne, ca. 450-515 A. D )
Italy, Florence, Ivory Sculpture representing Empress Arianna (or Aelia Ariadne, ca. 450-515 A.D..) 5th century A.D.. Byzantine art, Museo Nazionale del Bargello (Bargello National Museum)

Background imageArcheology Collection: High angle view of a palace and a temple, Solomons Palace, Solomons Temple, Jerusalem

High angle view of a palace and a temple, Solomons Palace, Solomons Temple, Jerusalem
Archaeology - Jerusalem. Temple and Palace. Colour illustration

Background imageArcheology Collection: Asarotos Oikos mosaic depicting mouse feeding on food remains on floor

Asarotos Oikos mosaic depicting mouse feeding on food remains on floor, Roman copy of Hellenistic original by Sosos of
Roman civilization, 2nd century A.D. Asarotos oikos mosaic (unswept room), depicting a mouse feeding on food remains on the floor. Roman copy of Hellenistic original by Sosos of Pergamon

Background imageArcheology Collection: The Alfred Jewel. Enamel set in gold. It carries an inscription which says

The Alfred Jewel. Enamel set in gold. It carries an inscription which says Alfred ordered me to be made. Anglo-Saxon, 871-899

Background imageArcheology Collection: Magatama (curved bead) pendant, Yayoi period

Magatama (curved bead) pendant, Yayoi period 4th Century B.C.-3rd Century A.D, Italy, Rome, Museo Nazionale d arte Orientale (National Collection of Oriental Art), Japanese art

Background imageArcheology Collection: Cuneiform tablet written for King Ashurbanipals library, from Ashurbanipal Palace at Nineveh

Cuneiform tablet written for King Ashurbanipals library, from Ashurbanipal Palace at Nineveh
Assyrian civilization, 7th century b.C. Flood tablet, cuneiform tablet written for King Ashurbanipals library. From Ashurbanipal Palace at Nineveh

Background imageArcheology Collection: Ear ornament, final Jomon period, terracotta

Ear ornament, final Jomon period, terracotta 5th century B.C. Japanese art

Background imageArcheology Collection: Terracotta statue known as the Sleeping Lady from the Hal-Saflieni Hypogeum at Paola, Malta

Terracotta statue known as the Sleeping Lady from the Hal-Saflieni Hypogeum at Paola, Malta, Neolithic, Prehistory
Prehistory, Malta, Neolithic. Terracotta statue known as the " Sleeping Lady". From the Hal-Saflieni Hypogeum at Paola

Background imageArcheology Collection: Bronze jug from tomb 112 at Durrnberg

Bronze jug from tomb 112 at Durrnberg
Austria, Bronze jug, tomb 112 Austria, Salzburg, Salzburger Museum Carolino Augusteo (Archaeological and Art Museum), Celtic art

Background imageArcheology Collection: France, Sarthe, Mont-Saint-Jean, Sculpture representing a foreign God, limestone

France, Sarthe, Mont-Saint-Jean, Sculpture representing a foreign God, limestone France, Paris, Saint Germain-En-Laye, Musee des Antiquites Nationales (Archaeological and Middle Age Museum)

Background imageArcheology Collection: Prehistory, Offensive weapons, From Bolsena, Lazio Region, Italy

Prehistory, Offensive weapons, From Bolsena, Lazio Region, Italy
Prehistory, Italy 6th century b.C. Offensive weapons. From Bolsena, Lazio Region, Italy

Background imageArcheology Collection: Funerary marble statue in honor of Marcellus, nephew and son-in-law of Augustus

Funerary marble statue in honor of Marcellus, nephew and son-in-law of Augustus, signed by Athenian sculptor Cleomenes
Roman civilization, 1st century b.C. Funerary marble statue in honour of Marcellus, nephew and son-in-law of Augustus, signed by Athenian sculptor Cleomenes, circa 23 b.C

Background imageArcheology Collection: God of Bouray, bronze statuette of male bust, enamel painted eyes, from La Ferle Alois, Essonne

God of Bouray, bronze statuette of male bust, enamel painted eyes, from La Ferle Alois, Essonne
France, La Ferte-Alais, Essonne, Statuette known as the God of Bouray, bronze with enamel eyes 1st Century B.C. France, Saint Germain-En-Laye

Background imageArcheology Collection: Pottery vessels with geometric decorations, from Sicily Region, Italy

Pottery vessels with geometric decorations, from Sicily Region, Italy
Prehistory, Italy. Castelluccio culture. Pottery vessels with geometric decorations. From Sicily Region

Background imageArcheology Collection: Terracotta figurine known as the Venus of Malta, from the Temple of Hagar Qim

Terracotta figurine known as the Venus of Malta, from the Temple of Hagar Qim
Prehistory, Malta, Neolithic. Terracotta figurine known as the Venus of Malta. From the Temple of Hagar Qim

Background imageArcheology Collection: Portrait of Moctezuma II (or Motecuhzoma Xocoyotzin, 1466-1520)

Portrait of Moctezuma II (or Motecuhzoma Xocoyotzin, 1466-1520), last Aztec king at Tenochtitlan by A
Portrait of Moctezuma II (or Motecuhzoma Xocoyotzin, 1466-1520), last Aztec king at Tenochtitlan, Mexico. Engraving by A. Delvaux, 1832

Background imageArcheology Collection: Mexico, Olmec civilization, Priest Relief

Mexico, Olmec civilization, Priest Relief
Mexico - Olmec civilization - Priest Ril

Background imageArcheology Collection: Spain, Catalonia, La Escala, Roman Ampurias, fish geometric floor mosaic

Spain, Catalonia, La Escala, Roman Ampurias, fish geometric floor mosaic
Spain - Catalonia - La Escala. Ruins of ancient Greek and Roman city of Ampurias (Empuries). Geometric mosaic floor of Roman period. Detail, fish figure

Background imageArcheology Collection: Statuette representing Nefertiti (circa 1370-1330 B. C. ), great royal wife of the Pharaoh

Statuette representing Nefertiti (circa 1370-1330 B. C. ), great royal wife of the Pharaoh Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV)
Statuette representing Nefertiti (circa 1370-1330 B.C.), great royal wife of the Pharaoh Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV), eighteenth dynasty, New Kingdom, 14th Century B.C

Background imageArcheology Collection: Reconstructed Ara Pacis Augustae, 1st century BC, Illustration

Reconstructed Ara Pacis Augustae, 1st century BC, Illustration
Roman civilization, 1st century BC. Reconstructed monumental Ara Pacis Augustae, erected 13-9 BC to celebrate Augustean policy. Illustrated cutaway view

Background imageArcheology Collection: Egypt, Silver sarcophagus of Pharaoh Heqakheperre Shoshenq II (circa 900-885 B. C)

Egypt, Silver sarcophagus of Pharaoh Heqakheperre Shoshenq II (circa 900-885 B. C)
Egypt, Silver sarcophagus of Pharaoh Heqakheperre Shoshenq II (circa 900-885 B.C.), twenty-second Dynasty, third intermediate period 9th Century B.C. Egyptian Museum, Egyptian art

Background imageArcheology Collection: Ethiopia, two angels holding swords, from Arab manuscript

Ethiopia, two angels holding swords, from Arab manuscript
Arab manuscript, Coptic Period, 14th century. Parchment with text on magic, from Ethiopia. Illustration shows two angels holding a sword

Background imageArcheology Collection: Reconstruction of the two Punic ports, Tunisia, Carthage (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979), drawing

Reconstruction of the two Punic ports, Tunisia, Carthage (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979), drawing
Tunisia - Carthage (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979). Reconstruction of the two Punic ports, drawing

Background imageArcheology Collection: Hippopotamus ivory statue of a tambourine player from Syria

Hippopotamus ivory statue of a tambourine player from Syria
Egyptian civilization, Second Intermediate Period, Dynasty XV-XVI. Hippopotamus ivory statue of a tambourine player. From Syria

Background imageArcheology Collection: Marble statue of seated togaed man

Marble statue of seated togaed man
Roman civilization, 1st century b.C. Marble statue of a seated togaed man

Background imageArcheology Collection: Detail from The First New Chronicle and Good Government with Llama sacrifice in occasion of Inca

Detail from The First New Chronicle and Good Government with Llama sacrifice in occasion of Inca feast
Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala (1550- after 1615), Nueva Cronica y Buen Gobierno, 1587. Llama sacrifice in occasion of an Inca feast, engraving

Background imageArcheology Collection: Ruins of a temple, The Erechtheum, Acropolis, Athens, Attica, Greece

Ruins of a temple, The Erechtheum, Acropolis, Athens, Attica, Greece
Greece - Athens - Acropolis - Erechtheion

Background imageArcheology Collection: The Netherlands, Stevensweert, Silver cup found in the Meuse river

The Netherlands, Stevensweert, Silver cup found in the Meuse river 1st Century A.D. The Netherlands, Nimega, Rijksmuseum G.M. Kam, Roman art

Background imageArcheology Collection: Fictile oil lamp with relief depicting goddess Fortuna. From Tomb Rebato 41, nearby Este

Fictile oil lamp with relief depicting goddess Fortuna. From Tomb Rebato 41, nearby Este
Roman civilization. Fictile oil lamp with relief depicting goddess Fortuna. From Tomb Rebato 41, nearby Este (Veneto region, Italy)

Background imageArcheology Collection: Partial reconstruction of the Monument of the Nereids of Xanthos in Lycia, circa 390-380 b. C

Partial reconstruction of the Monument of the Nereids of Xanthos in Lycia, circa 390-380 b. C
Greek civilization, 5th century b.C. Partial reconstruction of the Monument of the Nereids of Xanthos in Lycia, circa 390-380 b.C

Background imageArcheology Collection: Pre-Columbian civilizations, Peru, Moche culture, masculine head from Trujillo

Pre-Columbian civilizations, Peru, Moche culture, masculine head from Trujillo
Pre-Columbian civilizations, Peru. Moche culture, masculine head from Trujillo

Background imageArcheology Collection: Italy, Latium region, Tarquinia, Etruscan Necropolis, Tomb of the Leopards

Italy, Latium region, Tarquinia, Etruscan Necropolis, Tomb of the Leopards, fresco depicting lyre player
Italy - Latium region - Tarquinia (Viterbo province). Etruscan necropolis (UNESCO World Heritage List, 2004). Tomb of the Leopards, fresco, 5th century b.C. Detail: lyre player

Background imageArcheology Collection: Peru, Ollantaytambo, wall of a religious Inca building

Peru, Ollantaytambo, wall of a religious Inca building
Peru - Ollantaytambo, wall of a religious Inca building, 15th century

Background imageArcheology Collection: Reconstruction of Aztec social organization

Reconstruction of Aztec social organization
Aztec civilization, 15th century. Reconstruction of Aztec social organization

Background imageArcheology Collection: Etruscan bronze figurine of togaed man, from Villa Cassarini, Bologna, Italy, 500 B. C

Etruscan bronze figurine of togaed man, from Villa Cassarini, Bologna, Italy, 500 B. C
Etruscan civilization, 6th century b.C. Bronze figurine of togaed man, 500 b.C. From Villa Cassarini, Bologna, Italy

Background imageArcheology Collection: Italy, Viterbo, Montalto di Castro, Veio, Chigi vase showing details of battle

Italy, Viterbo, Montalto di Castro, Veio, Chigi vase showing details of battle, by Corinthian painter
Greek civilization, 7th century b.C. Chigi vase showing details of a battle circa 640 b.C. A masterpiece by the Corinthian painter. From Veio, Montalto di Castro, Viterbo

Background imageArcheology Collection: Bronze mirror with Hathor-headed handle, from Gurna

Bronze mirror with Hathor-headed handle, from Gurna
Egyptian civilization, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII-XIX. Bronze mirror with Hathor-headed handle. From Gurna

Background imageArcheology Collection: Marble statuette of Isis, from Saqqara

Marble statuette of Isis, from Saqqara
Egyptian civilization, Greek-Roman Period. Marble statuette of Isis. From Saqqara

Background imageArcheology Collection: Turkey, Aegean Region, Aphrodisias, Portico of Tiberius, Odeon, temple of Aphrodite

Turkey, Aegean Region, Aphrodisias, Portico of Tiberius, Odeon, temple of Aphrodite
Turkey - Aegean Region - Aphrodisias. Portico of Tiberius, 1st century AD, Odeon, 2nd-4th century AD, temple of Aphrodite, 1st century BC

Background imageArcheology Collection: Palace of the Columns, remains of ancient Ptolemais

Palace of the Columns, remains of ancient Ptolemais
Libya. Historical Cyrenaica. Ancient Ptolemais (Tulmaythah). Colonnaded hall

Background imageArcheology Collection: Red-figure pottery, cup depicting scene of assembly of gods: Zeus, Ganymede and Vesta, detail

Red-figure pottery, cup depicting scene of assembly of gods: Zeus, Ganymede and Vesta, detail, Greek civilization
Greek civilization, 6th century b.C. Red-figure pottery. Cup depicting scene of assembly of gods: Zeus, Ganymede and Vesta. Detail

Background imageArcheology Collection: Ancient Rome, Pompeii, illustration

Ancient Rome, Pompeii, illustration
Ancient Rome. Pompei (Italy - Campania Region). Reconstructed street. Color illustration

Background imageArcheology Collection: Young woman, bronze

Young woman, bronze 6th Century B.C. France, Paris, Musee du Louvre, Etruscan art

Background imageArcheology Collection: Black-figure pottery. Hydria depicting blinding of Polyphemus from Cerveteri, Rome, detail

Black-figure pottery. Hydria depicting blinding of Polyphemus from Cerveteri, Rome, detail
Etruscan civilization, 5th century b.C. Black-figure pottery. Hydria depicting the blinding of Polyphemus. From Cerveteri, Rome. Detail

Background imageArcheology Collection: Etruscan civilization, Situla from Chiusi, Siena Province

Etruscan civilization, Situla from Chiusi, Siena Province
Etruscan civilization, 6th century b.C. Situla from Chiusi, Siena Province

Background imageArcheology Collection: Vase-portrait of leer

Vase-portrait of leer
Pre-Inca civilization, Peru, 3rd century b.C.-8th century A.D. Moche culture. Vase-portrait of a leader

Background imageArcheology Collection: Aerial of the main center of Lazio, drawing

Aerial of the main center of Lazio, drawing
Ancient Rome. Areas of principal Latium cities. Color illustration



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