Attila Zarnóczki

Attila Zarnóczki

Attila Zarnóczki
További ötletek tőle: Attila
Parts of Armor made for the Spanish Nobelman Don Sancho de Avila in Augsburg Germany 1560 CE with reproduction heraldic tunic

Parts of Armor made for the Spanish Nobelman Don Sancho de Avila in Augsburg Germany 1560 CE with reproduction heraldic tunic

Roll of Arms of the Knights of the Garter installed during his reign of Edward III, King of England (my work, by the way)

Roll of Arms of the Knights of the Garter installed during his reign of Edward III, King of England (my work, by the way)

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Pharaoh Set I, father of Rameses II. A great king and warrior.

Pharaoh Set I, father of Rameses II. A great king and warrior.

Statue of Julius Caesar in a coat of mail. Marble. Rome, Capitoline Museums.

Statue of Julius Caesar in a coat of mail. Marble. Rome, Capitoline Museums.

Italian armour 16th century

Italian armour 16th century

These Sinister Photos Are Proof That Cats Are Slowly Planning To Take Over The World.

These Sinister Photos Are Proof That Cats Are Slowly Planning To Take Over The World.

South Arabian sculpture is characterized by its striking variety of carved memorial stelae and votive statues, often carved in alabaster or in limestone, such as the present piece. They are noted for their distinctive, ‘modern’ appearance, and their often enigmatic and powerful presence. Ancient Greek and Roman authors marveled at the immense wealth of South Arabia (known in the Roman world as Arabia Felix – ‘fortunate Arabia’).

South Arabian sculpture is characterized by its striking variety of carved memorial stelae and votive statues, often carved in alabaster or in limestone, such as the present piece. They are noted for their distinctive, ‘modern’ appearance, and their often enigmatic and powerful presence. Ancient Greek and Roman authors marveled at the immense wealth of South Arabia (known in the Roman world as Arabia Felix – ‘fortunate Arabia’).

Roman Gem - Rome, first century,  Carnelian

Roman Gem - Rome, first century, Carnelian