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Stele for a Priest of the Sacred Ibis
Stele for a Priest of Sacred Ibis. Limestone. Possibly from Thebes, Egypt. 300 BCE. Museum of Art History (Musée du Cinquantenaire), Brussels, Belgium. Made of 215 pictures with Zephyr3D Lite from 3DFlow.
Roman copy of the Greek statue Apollo Sauroctonos (Greek: "Apollo the lizard-killer"), depicting Apollo about to catch a lizard which climbs a nearby tree-trunk. 1st or 2nd Century CE Roman copy of an original by the 4th Century BCE Greek...
Egyptian Statue of a Noble
Statue of a noble. Egypt. Old Kingdom, 6th Dynasty (2250 BCE), unknown artist. Museum of Art History (Musée du Cinquantenaire), Brussels, Belgium. Made with Zephyr3D Lite from 3DFlow.
Colossal Lamassu, Mosul
A marble statue of a lamassu, a protective deity which was supposed to guard the city. Made in Assyria, c. 700 BCE. Found near present-day Mosul, Iraq. On display, Musée du Louvre, Paris. Made using Sketchfab.
Anatolian Votive Stele Showing Kakasbos
Stele votive, Smyrna (Asia Minor, mod. Turkey), 2nd-3rd CE, limestone, depicting Kakasbos, Anatolian god-horseman carrying the club. Musée d’Art et d’Histoire (Musée du Cinquantenaire, Brussels, Belgium). Made with 150 pictures with...
Roman Funerary Altar
Funeral altar of Quarta, early 2nd century CE, Rome, Marble. White marble cippe. The crown of the altar has a crown and band decoration, on the sides, an urceus (libation jug) and a hook. Lettering: D (is) M (anibus). Quatae coniugi optimae...
Thutmose III Stele
Adoration of deified King Thutmose III. Gourob (Middle Egypt) (British excavations, 1904-1905). Around 1200 BCE, Painted limestone. Musée d'Art et d'Histoire (Musée du Cinquantenaire, Brussels, Belgium). Made of 240 pictures...
Egyptian Cartonnage Mummy Mask
Mask from a complete cartonnage consisting of mask and three breast pieces. Excavated by the Egypt Exploration Society at Abydos. Ancient Egyptian, dating to the Ptolemaic period, 323-30 BCE. The gold colouring reflects the ancient Egyptian...
Roman Sarcophagus Relief Showing Pelops
Front part of a sarcophagus, Severe period (ca. 200), Rome (?), Marble. The legend of Pelops and OEnomaüs was appropriate for the decoration of the tomb of two spouses. In this case, the sculptor has retained no less than five successive...
Roman Sarcophagus Fragment with a Wild Boar
A fragment of a Roman sarcophagus, c 300 CE, Modena marble. The scene shows the return from a hunt and shows a wild boar and two hinds crammed into a heavy two-wheeled cart, the plaustrum, pulled by two oxen. Three hunters and two dogs...