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Delos Lion Sculpture
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Delos Lion Sculpture

A lion sculpture in marble from the island of Delos in the Greek Cyclades, 7th century BCE (this is a replica as the originals are now in the museum of Delos). Orignally nine or even as many as 16 lions lined an avenue in the sanctuary complex...
Shalabhanjika Sculpture in Belur
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Shalabhanjika Sculpture in Belur

Shalabhanjika or Madanika (bracket figure) sculpture in Chennakesava Temple, Belur built during Hoysala period (1026 CE – 1343 CE).
Cycladic Head Sculpture
Imageby Mary Harrsch (Photographed at the Getty Villa, Malibu)

Cycladic Head Sculpture

A marble head from a large Cycladic figure sculpture, 2600-2500 BCE. The head shows traces of pigment on the forehead - probably a diadem - and the nose and cheeks. (J.Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, USA).
Sculpture of Richard II of England
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Sculpture of Richard II of England

A sculpture of Richard II of England (r, 1377 - 1399 CE). Made in 1873 CE by Elkington & Co, cast by Domenico Brucciani. After a contemporary sculpture by Nicholas Broker and Godfrey Prest, made 1395-1397 CE. 787 mm (31 in) tall...
Sculpture of Henry IV of England
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Sculpture of Henry IV of England

Sculpture of Henry IV of England (r. 1399-1413 CE) by by Elkington & Co, cast by Domenico Brucciani. Made in 1875 CE after an original sculpture made c. 1408-1427 CE. 1092 mm (43 in). (National Portrait Gallery)
Sculpture of Charlemagne - Abbey of Saint John at Müstair
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Sculpture of Charlemagne - Abbey of Saint John at Müstair

Sculpture of Charlemagne (Holy Roman Emperor r. 800-814 CE) in the Abbey of Saint John at Müstair, Switzerland. The Abbey, which began life as a monastery, is located in Switzerland's Graubünden Canton and was constructed in the late 8th...
Sculpture of Grace O'Malley
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Sculpture of Grace O'Malley

A sculpture of Grace O'Malley (l. c. 1530-1603), Irish chieftain and seafarer, located at Westport House. Photo taken by Mike M on 13 June 2019.
Sculpture of King Thutmose III
Imageby Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin

Sculpture of King Thutmose III

This is a rare example of an Egyptian temple sculpture, in which the figures face in 4 different directions. This suggests that it stood in the middle of a room. Three persons are represented twice. King Thutmose III (now headless) stands...
Sculpture of Movses Khorenatsi
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Sculpture of Movses Khorenatsi

This modern sculpture of Movses Khorenatsi (c. 401-490s CE) by A. Urartu depicts the famous Armenian historian in old age. Khorenatsi was the author of the influential historiography "The History of Armenia," and he is frequently referred...
Roman Art
Definitionby Mark Cartwright

Roman Art

The Romans controlled such a vast empire for so long a period that a summary of the art produced in that time can only be a brief and selective one. Perhaps, though, the greatest points of distinction for Roman art are its very diversity...
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