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Treasures from the Hispanic Society of America. Visions of the Hispanic World - Exhibition Roman Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Sculptures, Rodin, Edgar Degas, Ancient Buildings, Ancient Art, Archaeology, Art History

Fragmentary Statuette of Diana - A Collection in Context: The Hispanic Society of America

Fragmentary Statuette of Diana

Fragment of one of the colossal horses from the quadriga of the Mausoleum at Halikarnassos, around 350 BC. Photo by Evgeny Legedin Horse Sculpture, Animal Sculptures, Ancient History, Art History, European History, Ancient Aliens, American History, Greek Art, Ancient Greece

Fragments of colossal horses from the quadriga of the Mausoleum at Halikarnassos, around 350 BC

Greek, around 350 BC Bodrum, modern Turkey From one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World A four-horse chariot group (quadriga) was positioned on the top of the stepped pyramid that crowned the Mausoleum. The entire group would have been about 6.5 metres in length and around 5 metres in height. These two fragments are the largest that survive. They form the head and fore-part of a horse with its original bronze bridle, and the hind-quarters probably of another horse. Charles Newton, the…

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L'auriga di Mozia - Motya's Charioteer I

Greek sculpture, about 460-450 BC. Marble from Greece or Turkey. This is a very rare surviving example of an original Greek victor statue. The athlete stands in a confident pose, raising his right arm probably to place or adjust a victor’s wreath on his head. The wreath would been metal, attached to the head by pins. The youth's tunic is a xystis, a long white garment traditionally worn by charioteers, which cling his body after the sweat and toil of race. (from the Museum information…

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The south porch of the Erechtheion is raised on a terrace. The folds of their clothes resemble the fluting of Parthenon columns. The maidens look directly at the Parthenon itself. Ancient Ruins, Ancient Greece, Places To Travel, Places To See, Parthenon Athens, Athens Greece, Mykonos Greece, Crete Greece, Macedonia Greece

Erechtheion

The south porch of the Erechtheion is raised on a terrace. Instead of columns it is supported by statues of women. The folds of their clothes resemble the fluting of Parthenon columns. The maidens look directly at the Parthenon itself.

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Short Story – The Celestial Goddess of Magic – IN PROGRESS

Uni has started for me, and already I am keeping up to date with all my uni work, for now. Next week I am workshopping my first piece. I have decided to write a historical fiction short story ̵…

Etruscan vestal virgin sculpture with the trademark smile Pergamon Museum Berlin Ancient Goddesses, Gods And Goddesses, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, Pergamon Museum, Greek Statues, Greek History

Persephone

The Queen of the Underworld. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persephone Greek arcaic sculpture. Pergamon Museum Berlin.

Head of the Punic Goddess Tanit, Terracotta 4th to 3rd century BC - Brought to you by the Historyteller podcast. Click on the image to subscribe! Carthage, Ancient Near East, Ancient Greek, Archaeological Finds, Iron Age, Ancient Civilizations, Prehistoric, Deities, Ancient History

Head of the Punic Goddess Tanit, Terracotta 4th to 3rd century BC - Brought to you by the Historyteller podcast. Click on the image to subscribe!

Cyprus - Finding from Ancient Idalion Greek Mythology Tattoos, Greek And Roman Mythology, Greek Gods, Ancient Romans, Ancient Art, Eclectic Sculptures, Ancient Greek Sculpture, Middle Eastern Art, Principles Of Art

ΣΗΜΑΝΤΙΚΟ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΣΤΙΚΟ ΚΑΙ ΡΩΜΑΪΚΟ ΣΥΓΚΡΟΤΗΜΑ ΛΟΥΤΡΩΝ ΣΤΟ ΙΔΑΛΙΟΝ

Cyprus - Finding from Ancient Idalion

Archaeologists agree that the magnificence of the tomb means it was built for a prominent person - perhaps a member of Alexander's immediate family; maybe his mother, Olympias, or his wife, Roxana -or some noble Macedonian. Women In History, Ancient History, Interesting News Articles, Thasos, Cemetery Art, Alexander The Great, Ancient Greece, Female, Anthropology

Amphipolis Tomb May Belong to Alexander the Great’s Mother

A pair of caryatids--or pillars made of sculpted female figures--found at the massive Greek burial complex may hint at the identity of the tomb’s occupant.

 From Rhodes. 670 B. National Archaeological Museum of Athens Old Pottery, Greek Pottery, Pottery Art, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Greek History, Ancient History, Minoan Art, Mycenaean

Αρχαία Αγγεία

Γεωμετρική Περίοδος Χαρακτηρίζεται από την απεικόνιση γεωμετρικών σχημάτων πάνω στα αγγεία και προηγείται της Κλασικής Περιόδου Αμφορέας: για αποθήκευση λαδιού, κρασιού και δημητιακών Κάνθαρος (κύπελο) Πυξίδα: αποθήκευση αντικειμένων καλλωπισμού (μπιζουτιέρα) Κρατήρας: ανακάτευαν κρασί και νερό Κλασσική Περίοδος: Ερυθρόμορφα Αγγεία Αμφορέας: Αχιλλέας εναντίον της Αρχηγού των Αμαζόνων Πενθησίλειας Αμφορέας: Πηλέας και Αταλάντη Δοχείο: έβαζαν έλαιο για καλλωπισμό Υδρία: για μεταφορά νερού…