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WORKSHOP OF PIETRO DI ALBERICO ITALIAN, BOLOGNA, MID-12TH CENTURY RELIEF WITH THE PRESENTATION IN THE TEMPLE
Fragments of fired clay tiles with the stamp of Legio IV Flavia Felix. 106 AD.
Ramses II as a child Stele, limestone - Circa 1290 B.C., 19th dynasty, New Empire
Fresco from the Tomb of Orcus in Tarquinia II, dated to 340-330 BC depicting a warrior with linothorax decorated.
Relief plaque with two swallows, opposite side two quail chicks - 400–30 B.C.
Gravestone for "Zosime, daughter of Herakleon", from Syria, late 1st century B.C. The hands on the stele symbolize her relatives' vow to avenge her death.
Stele with law code of Hammurabi, Babylonian, Susa, Iranca. 1780 BC
An East Roman rectangular stone stele Probably Turkey or Syria, circa 2nd Century A.D.
Fragment of a portal, Sigurd Fafnir's bane, Hylestad Stave Church Medieval Norway about 1175 CE
Grave Stele With Inscription: 'Polycaste, daughter of Hippocrates & wife of Delphos' -- Marble -- 3rd century BCE -- Rrom the excavations in Chersonesus, Ancient Greece. -- Hermitage Museum -- St. Petersburg, Russia