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Statue of Athena

Statue of Athena

The statue of the "Piraeus Athena" in the Archaeological Museum of Piraeus (Athens). The work has been given to either Kephisodotos or Euphranor (4th century B.C.), or deemed to be a Hellenistic-era creation in classicizing style. Picture by Giovanni Dall'Orto

The statue of the "Piraeus Athena" in the Archaeological Museum of Piraeus (Athens). The work has been given to either Kephisodotos or Euphranor (4th century B.C.), or deemed to be a Hellenistic-era creation in classicizing style. Picture by Giovanni Dall'Orto

Gouzous by Jace - Reunion Island (twitted by framel)

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Gouzous by Jace - Reunion Island (twitted by framel)

There are so many marbleous statues in Greece but a lot of people take them for granite - World history memes

There are so many marbleous statues in Greece but a lot of people take them for granite - World history memes

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Athena Parthenos by Pheidias

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Masque Dan, Côte-d’Ivoire.  Bois et pigments. H. : 25 cm  Anciennes collections Georges de Miré et Charles Ratton. Collection particulière  © Archives Musée Dapper – Photo Mario Carrieri

Masque Dan, Côte-d’Ivoire. Bois et pigments. H. : 25 cm Anciennes collections Georges de Miré et Charles Ratton. Collection particulière © Archives Musée Dapper – Photo Mario Carrieri

Eqyptian version of the Tree of Life.

Eqyptian version of the Tree of Life.

A necklace from the Rotuko peoples of Sudan. These are worn by the young people throughout the circumcision ceremony.

A necklace from the Rotuko peoples of Sudan. These are worn by the young people throughout the circumcision ceremony.

Tres vieux document, tablette d'argile crée par les sumeriens,    3 300 av-JC ecriture cuneiforme developpement

Tres vieux document, tablette d'argile crée par les sumeriens, 3 300 av-JC ecriture cuneiforme developpement

Marble head from a colossal statue of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius, veiled and wearing a wreath of corn. He may be shown here as a member of the college of the Arval Brethren, who sacrificed to Dea Dia, goddess of abundant harvests. The bust is modern. Roman 170-180 (circa)

Marble head from a colossal statue of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius, veiled and wearing a wreath of corn. He may be shown here as a member of the college of the Arval Brethren, who sacrificed to Dea Dia, goddess of abundant harvests. The bust is modern. Roman 170-180 (circa)

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