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Nganalam Art Site - Aboriginal rock paintings Queensland

Nganalam Art Site | Aboriginal Rock Paintings | Australia

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Wandjina spirit paintings Petroglyph. Kimberly, Australia. c. 3000 BC. Juergen…

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Wandjina rock painting

RockArt from the Dreamtime.

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Textile fragment; Huari, Tiahuanaco 600-900. British Museum, Online Collection.

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Ceramic Guatemalan incense burner, Tiquisate region, circa 300-600

Incense Burner

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A ROMAN GOLD AND HELIOTROPE MAGICAL PENDANT CIRCA 3RD-4TH CENTURY A.D.

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The sublime Minoan poppy goddess/priestess, c. 1400-1100 BCE, discovered near the site of Knossos and held in the collection of the Iraklion Museum (digital image courtesy of inoe.ro)

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Roman Carved Rock Crystal Fish, 1st Century AD

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A ROMAN ROCK CRYSTAL AND GOLD FISH PENDANT 1ST-3RD CENTURY AD

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Terracotta bust of a Phrygian goddess 5th-4th C BCE

Greece & Rome Collection | Mougins Classical Art Museum

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ancient chinese astronomy

Telescopes and Observatories

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Demeter's story and the origins of her temple at Eleusis ~ by historian, Mark Cartwright. A hint into her cult and mysteries.

Demeter

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Alabaster stele carved with a stylized human face. South Arabian peninsula, c. 3rd-1st century B.C.E.

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(ca. A.D. 1–700 A.D.) Zoomorphic figurine Old Bering Sea/Okvik period.

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Baby Figure, Mexico, Mesoamerica, 12th–9th century BCE

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Early Bronze Age Stone Double-Headed Disc-Shaped Figurine and Child - Central Western Anatolia Circa: 3000 BC to 2500 BC

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Early Cycladic culture evolved in three phases, from c. 3300 until 2000 BC, when it was increasingly influenced by Minoan Crete, to the south. The Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Cycladic culture is best known for its schematic, flat idols (intended to be lying down) carved out of pure white marble centuries before Minoan culture arose.

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Collection of marble Cycladic Figurines, Cycladic Islands, 2300 BC, Early Bronze Age. British Museum. Conical collection. style: folded arms, standing on toes, long noses - they come in all sizes. Usually found in graves. Purpose unknown. Appear to be made for lying flat. All conical shaped figurines are female. Large figurine is pregnant, & some have lines across their stomachs to show child birth. We have no written evidence for purpose since this was a preliterate society

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Discovered in 1908, the Phaistos Disc is a disk of fired clay from the Minoan palace of Phaistos on the Greek island of Crete, possibly dating to the middle or late Minoan Bronze Age. It is about 6 in. in diameter and covered on both sides with a spiral of stamped symbols. Its purpose and meaning, and even its original geographical place of manufacture, remain disputed, making it one of the most famous mysteries of archaeology.

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Fresco of blue monkeys from the excavations of bronze age Akrotiri on the Greek island of Santorini (ancient Thera).

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Minoan Fresco wall painting of " Spring " from Minoan Bronze Age settlement of Akrotiri on the Greek island of Thira, Santorini, Greece. Athens Archaeological Museum.

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Fira, the beating heart of Santorini

Fira, the beating heart of Santorini

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A ROMAN AMBER LION CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D. | Christie's

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Janus-head flask, 1st century A.D., eastern Mediterranean. Glass, 3 7/16 in. high. The J. Paul Getty Museum, 2003.474 The god Janus has two faces, one looking back at the past, and one looking forward towards the future.

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Figurine of Goddess from Anatolian - from early Bronze Age, circa 2500–2300 BCE n

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