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The palace of king Darius I the Great in Persepolis was built by Darius, but only a small portion of the palace was finished under Darius' rule.

Herculaneum - Sacello di Venere 2 A carving of Venus in the Sacello di Venere temple

  • Alice Putt

    It looks like Athena, with helmet and necklace of medusa's head. Venus doesn't go to war.

Italy’s most ghoulish site, this crypt houses thousands of corpses, fully dressed and hung from hooks. The practice began in 1599 when local priests mummified a holy monk and allowed visitors. Soon regular residents of Palermo wanted to be remembered in this fashion. Bodies are arranged by gender and profession; their facial expressions often eerily visible.

Einstein at 12 yrs. old, 1891

Pair of gold armbandsPeriod: HellenisticDate: ca. 200 B.C.Culture: Greek These imposing serpentine armbands represent two tritons,male and female,each holding a small winged Eros.

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The "Menhir du Champ Dolent", neolithic megalith in Eastern Brittany, France. It is the highest menhir in Brittany.

Naqsh-e Rustam is an archaeological site located about 12 km northwest of Persepolis, in Fars, Iran.

Mary Magdalene in the basilica crypt of St. Maximinin la Saint Baume in France.