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(3) I Made a Duck Effigy Pot Replica - YouTube

The 4th pot in the Salado challenge is the duck effigy pot. Here I show how I made the duck pot, decorated it and fired it all using primitive pottery techni...

Portable Rock Art and Figure Stones - Eoliths: Figure Stones - Our Forum

About the Forum. Firstly I would like to thank all who have joined in with our forum Portable Rock Art and Figure Stones it has been a positive experience that is helpful and informative to all who are interested in studying this most ancient art form, thank you to all for your posts and comments, but more importantly your additions to the scientific study. Science is what we can observe and test and demonstrate, and this is exactly what many of your finds reflect. Special thanks go to…

"Whether it [d'Alluye's Chinese sword] was traded peacefully along the ancient Silk Road, or was carried by a raider on the conquering horses of the Mongols, whether Jean d'Alluye acquired it as an exotic collector's item in the bazaar of some Levantine port, or took it as booty on a Syrian battlefield, we will never know."

At first glance, the Tomb Effigy of Jean d'Alluye appears to depict perfectly the French Crusader knight: chain-mail shirt, giant shield, eyes awake but...

Bust of Marie de France, ca. 1381 Jean de Liège (Franco-Netherlandish, ca. 1330–1381) Île-de-France, Saint-Denis, Abbey Church of Saint-Denis, Chapel of Notre-Dame-la-Blanche Marble, lead insets,

Bust of Marie de France, ca. 1381 Jean de Liège (Franco-Netherlandish, ca. 1330–1381) Île-de-France, Saint-Denis, Abbey Church of Saint-Denis, Chapel of Notre-Dame-la-Blanche Marble, lead insets,

Plaster cast of HM Queen Elizabeth II by Arnold Machin used to create the effigy of the Queen's head as it appears on stamps. This rare cast was found in the cupboard of the artist's home

An extremely rare original plaster cast used to create the most iconic reproduced work of art ever made - the Queen's head used on stamps - has been uncovered.