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Warrior of Grezan
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Warrior of Grezan

The Warrior of Grezan (also known as Le Guerrier de Grezan) is a pre-Roman representation of a Gallic warrior. The three-quarter length statue is one of the better examples of pre-Roman art depicting Gallic or Celtic people. The figure wears...
Extent of the Gupta Empire, 375 CE
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Extent of the Gupta Empire, 375 CE

This map shows the extent of the Gupta Empire at the end of Emperor Samudragupta’s reign in around 375/380 CE. It shows in detail the core region or base of the Gupta dynasty and the extensive conquests made by Samudragupta, as well as the...
Mongolian Saddle
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Mongolian Saddle

A Mongolian saddle from China dating to between c. 1271–1368 CE, when China was ruled by the Yuan Dynasty. From the Inner Mongolia Museum in Hohhot, China.
Grand Ludovisi Sarcophagus
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Grand Ludovisi Sarcophagus

The Roman sarcophagus known as the Grand Ludovisi Sarcophagus, discovered near the Porta Tiburtina in Rome. The front scene depicts three layers of narrative: at the top are victorious Roman soldiers, in the middle are Romans fighting 'barbarians'...
Watchtower at the Great Wall of China
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Watchtower at the Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China was begun during the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BCE) but little of that original wall is left. The wall that people recognize today is largely from the Ming Dynasty (1368-1662 CE) which built the distinctive watchtowers...
Sacsayhuaman Panorama
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Sacsayhuaman Panorama

The Inca Sacsayhuaman fortress-temple complex at Cuzco. The structure was begun in the reign of Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui (1438 - 1471 CE) and completed by his successors.
Mars of Todi
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Mars of Todi

The bronze statue known as the Mars of Todi. Etruscan, probably from Volsinii (Orvieto). 4th century BCE. Height: 1.42 m (Vatican Museums, Rome)
Aegis of Neith
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Aegis of Neith

Aegis of Neith, the Egyptian goddess of war. Gilded bronze, XXVI Dynasty, c. 664-525 BCE. (Museum of Fine Arts, Lyon)
Assyrian Helmet
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Assyrian Helmet

Assyrian military equipment was particularly effective. Pointed helmets deflected blows or missiles, and were commonly issued to Assyrian soldiers. This iron example was decorated with bronze inlay, now corroded to a greenish color. The design...
Expansion of the Aztec Empire
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Expansion of the Aztec Empire

A map illustrating the various stages of Aztec expansion under successive rulers in the 15th and early 16th centuries CE.