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François Desprez,  f. G1 [i.e. H1] v° Dessin 108  Les Songes drolatiques de Pantagruel  A Paris : Par Richard Breton 1565

François Desprez, f. G1 [i.e. H1] v° Dessin 108 Les Songes drolatiques de Pantagruel A Paris : Par Richard Breton 1565

Ex-Libris. L. Joly | woodcut bookplate of Cats and Books | by Felix Vallotton

Ex-Libris. L. Joly | woodcut bookplate of Cats and Books | by Felix Vallotton

A Magnificent and Highly Important Proto-Elamite Silver Kneeling Bull Holding a Spouted Vessel, a Masterwork of the Proto-Elamite Period Sumerian. 3100-2900 BE Southwestern Iran.

A Magnificent and Highly Important Proto-Elamite Silver Kneeling Bull Holding a Spouted Vessel, a Masterwork of the Proto-Elamite Period Sumerian. 3100-2900 BE Southwestern Iran.

Amazigh Motifs

Amazigh Motifs

Architecture végétale : voilà à quoi pourrait ressembler Paris en 2050 | Bio à la une

Architecture végétale : voilà à quoi pourrait ressembler Paris en 2050 | Bio à la une

hellenismo:  Terracotta lekythos in the form of a bust of Athena (Athens, c. 400-375 BCE; British Museum)

hellenismo: Terracotta lekythos in the form of a bust of Athena (Athens, c. 400-375 BCE; British Museum)

This statue of Arsinoe II identified her with the goddess Isis – thanks, in part, to the so-called ‘Isis knot’ on her right shoulder – so exploiting Egyptian tradition to strengthen her image © Getty

This statue of Arsinoe II identified her with the goddess Isis – thanks, in part, to the so-called ‘Isis knot’ on her right shoulder – so exploiting Egyptian tradition to strengthen her image © Getty

Head of an Amazon. Greek marble. Roman copy after a bronze Greek original of 440—430 BCE. Inv. No. MC 1091. Rome, Capitoline Museums. (Photo by I. Sh.).

Head of an Amazon. Greek marble. Roman copy after a bronze Greek original of 440—430 BCE. Inv. No. MC 1091. Rome, Capitoline Museums. (Photo by I. Sh.).

Marble head of an Amazon, Herculaneum  This exquisite work is just one of the many rich works of art discovered at Herculaneum's Villa of the Papyri. The home is one of the largest and most luxurious dwellings yet discovered in the Roman world, and received its name from the nearly 2,000 scrolls that were recovered there.

Marble head of an Amazon, Herculaneum This exquisite work is just one of the many rich works of art discovered at Herculaneum's Villa of the Papyri. The home is one of the largest and most luxurious dwellings yet discovered in the Roman world, and received its name from the nearly 2,000 scrolls that were recovered there.

Bronze statue of a warrior - ~400 BC    Inscribed with the name Ahal Trutitis

Bronze statue of a warrior - ~400 BC Inscribed with the name Ahal Trutitis