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rodonnell-hixenbaugh:

Roman Bronze Eagle
A late Roman bronze statuette of an eagle, symbol of Jupiter and the Roman legions.
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barakatgallery:

Gandhara Schist Sculpture of the Buddha - X.0527Origin: Afghanistan/PakistanCirca: 2 nd Century AD to 4 th Century AD
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archaicwonder:

Egyptian Gold Cobra Ring, Ptolemaic, c. 332-30 BC
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thegetty:

Understanding ancient sculpture limb by limb.
Votive Figures of the Ancient Romans from Ceremonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, 1723-1743, Engraving. Getty Research Institute.
thegetty:

Understanding ancient sculpture limb by limb.
Votive Figures of the Ancient Romans from Ceremonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, 1723-1743, Engraving. Getty Research Institute.
thegetty:

Understanding ancient sculpture limb by limb.
Votive Figures of the Ancient Romans from Ceremonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde, 1723-1743, Engraving. Getty Research Institute.
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archaicwonder:

Neo-Assyrian Amethyst Vase, c. 8th century BC
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rodonnell-hixenbaugh:

Egyptian Wood Head of Anubis
An ancient Egyptian wood jackal head representing the god Anubis.  The canine is depicted in an alert pose with erect ears and a long snout.  The head is coated in gesso and black paint, it was once part of a large complete recumbent figure.
rodonnell-hixenbaugh:

Egyptian Wood Head of Anubis
An ancient Egyptian wood jackal head representing the god Anubis.  The canine is depicted in an alert pose with erect ears and a long snout.  The head is coated in gesso and black paint, it was once part of a large complete recumbent figure.