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Athenian Moschophore (Calf-Carrier)
A Moschophore (calf carrier) figure , moulding workshop of Athens, 19th century CE, plaster. From an original found on Acropolis of Athens, 570-550 BCE, marble, on display at the Acropolis Museum (Athens, Greece). Musée L (Louvain-la-neuve...
Kaumari (one of the seven Mâtrikâ), India, center-weast, Mâhârashtra, Dynasty Vâkâtaka, 6th - 7th century CE. Museums L (Louvain-la-neuve, Belgium). Made of 430 pictures with Capturing Reality. For more updates, please consider...
Roman Mithras Relief
Mithraic relief, Rome (at Transtévère, between Porta Portese and San Pancrazio), 2nd - 3rd century CE, marble. The relief shows Mithras killing the bull. On both sides stand the two torchbearers (the Cautès and Cautopatès dadophores...
Late Medieval Statue of the Virgin & Child
Virgin & Child oak statue, North of the Rhine region, circa 1480-1490. Musée d’Art et d’Histoire (Musée du Cinquantenaire, Brussels, Belgium). The Virgin raises the Child to present him to believers. The more lively attitude of the Child...
Genoelselderen ivory, Rhéno-Mosane region, island influence, end of the 8th century CE. Ivory and blue glass. Saint-Martin church in Genoelselderen (near Tongeren, Belgium). Musée d’Art et d’Histoire (Musée du Cinquantenaire, Brussels, Belgium...
Cihuateotl (plural: Cihuateteo), a mythological representation of the spirit of a woman who died in childbirth, which was likened to death in battle in Aztec culture. Veracruz, Mexico. In the “El Zapotal” style. Classical, 600-900 CE, terracotta...
Votive Stele to Kakasbos
The votive stele from Smyrna is dedicated to Kakasbos, an Anatolian rider-god who appears wielding a club. In antiquity, Kakasbos was associated with the Greek god Herakles (better known as Hercules). 2nd or 3rd century CE, sandstone. Smyrna...
Young Roman as Asclepius
Marble statue of a young Roman as Asclepius, the Greek god of medicine. From Formiae in Campina, 2nd Century BCE. marble. Nye Carlsberg Glyptotek (Copenhagen, Denmark). Made with ReMake and ReCap Pro from AutoDesk.
Hygieia, Tarragona, Spain
Sculpture of Hygieia, the Greek goddess of health and hygiene. From Els Munts, Tarragona, Spain. The sculpture was part of a milestone on the road from Tarraco to Ilerda, and dates to the 3rd Century CE. The incomplete inscription on the...
17th Century CE replica of a Roman statue of an athlete, dating from 440-420 BCE. Marble. This impressive piece of sculpture is probably the inverted copy (left - right) of a work from the Ludovisi collection, copied in order to decorate...