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Very old things that might have a little dust

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Ancient Roman Fresco Painting of The Three Graces. A painting from Pompeii

Ancient Roman Fresco Painting of The Three Graces

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Khajuraho Temples ~ Madhya Pradesh, India [photo by Anna Marija Bulka, Burton-on-Trent, Birmingham, England]....

Hypostyle hall of the memorial temple of Ramesses II (1279-1213 BC), 19th Dynasty. Luxor, Egypt

Sabre-tooth cat (Smilodon californicus) is the official state fossil of California. The one pictured is from La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles (great place to visit).

Borobudur Temple - A 9th-century Mahayana Buddhist Temple in Magelang, Central Java, Indonesia Indonesia

Angor Wat, Cambodia

Pagoda, YuanTong Temple, Kunming Ming Dynasty, circa 1300 AD

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"China, Yunnan Province, Kunming, West Pagodas"

The Great Wall of China - a true treasure Is it possible to walk the entire wall? hmm...

The Ishtar Gate, one of the gates of Babylon at the Pergamon Museum in Berlin

One of the Winged lions from the city gates. Babylon was an ancient city on the left bank of the Euphrates, about 70 m. S. of Bagdad. "Babylon" is the Greek form of Babel or Bab-ili, "the gate of the god" (sometimes incorrectly written "of the gods"), which again is the Semitic translation of the original Sumerian name Ka-dimirra.

Postcard of Ishtar Gate of Babylon from Ute, Berlin, Germany

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Karnak Temple Egypt

Temple at Luxor, Egypt  -  Travel Photos by Galen R Frysinger, Sheboygan, Wisconsin

Luxor

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Luxor. Temple of Karnak.

Hapshetsut's Mortuary Temple, Deir el-Bahari, Luxor, Egypt.

Luxor, Egypt

How ruins reveal our deepest fears and desires Brilliant

Love anything egyptian.

Standing attendant; (foreigner), Tang dynasty (618–906), 7th century China Earthenware with slip and pigment

BRONZE FOOD WARMER -- Excavated at Pompeii from 'The House Of The Four Styles.'

Bactrian Composite Idol ,late 3rd-early millennium BC.

Elamite Standing Female Votive Figure - Origin: Central Asia Circa: 2500 BC to 1500 BC Dimensions: 4.8 (12.2cm) high x 1.8 (4.6cm) wide Collection: Near Eastern Medium: Stone