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Romanesque stone vaulting Graphic History of Architecture by John Mansbridge

Romanesque stone vaulting Graphic History of Architecture by John Mansbridge

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A collection of necklaces and pendants from Birka.

A collection of necklaces and pendants from Birka.

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The Morgan Cup - Roman Empire, probably Italy. Date: 1-99 A.D. | The Corning Museum of Glass.

The Morgan Cup - Roman Empire, probably Italy. Date: 1-99 A.D. | The Corning Museum of Glass.

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Linen sheet of Myt  Date: ca. 2051–2030 B.C. 11 dyn  Deir el-Bahri, Tomb of Myt, Temple of Mentuhotep II, Pit 18, MMA 1920-1921  Accession Number: 26.3.14

Linen sheet of Myt Date: ca. 2051–2030 B.C. 11 dyn Deir el-Bahri, Tomb of Myt, Temple of Mentuhotep II, Pit 18, MMA 1920-1921 Accession Number: 26.3.14

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A Viking raven brooch from 8th-century Scandinavia. Ravens were the eyes and ears of Odin in Norse mythology.

A Viking raven brooch from 8th-century Scandinavia. Ravens were the eyes and ears of Odin in Norse mythology.

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Early Bronze Age Dagger found made of Flint. The dagger is modeled after its bronze counterparts and demonstrates the skill that tool and weapon makers had developed during the preceding Neolithic period. The find is even more exciting, explains Rosendahl, because, in addition to the stone blade, the dagger’s shaft and even the birch bark wrapped around the handle to give the user a better grip were preserved after several thousand years.

Early Bronze Age Dagger found made of Flint. The dagger is modeled after its bronze counterparts and demonstrates the skill that tool and weapon makers had developed during the preceding Neolithic period. The find is even more exciting, explains Rosendahl, because, in addition to the stone blade, the dagger’s shaft and even the birch bark wrapped around the handle to give the user a better grip were preserved after several thousand years.

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Londinium c. 200 AD ~ The early settlement became a trading port. The Roman historian Tacitus described the city as ‘packed with traders.’ a thriving city with a great bridge over the Thames (near the present London Bridge), a forum (market place), a vast basilica (town hall), an amphitheater, public baths and walled fort surrounded by a great defensive wall.

Londinium c. 200 AD ~ The early settlement became a trading port. The Roman historian Tacitus described the city as ‘packed with traders.’ a thriving city with a great bridge over the Thames (near the present London Bridge), a forum (market place), a vast basilica (town hall), an amphitheater, public baths and walled fort surrounded by a great defensive wall.

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Neolithic amber bear, dated between 1700 B.C. and 650 B.C.

Neolithic amber bear, dated between 1700 B.C. and 650 B.C.

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The Fibula Dorestad: One of the most famous archaeological finds from the Netherlands, was found in 1969 in a well in Dorestad (Wijk bij Duurstede). The brooch is made of gold and inlaid with different colors of glass, almandine (red gemstone) and pearls along the edge. The style is that of ecclesiastical silverware Burgundian workshops from the time of Charlemagne. 800 AD

The Fibula Dorestad: One of the most famous archaeological finds from the Netherlands, was found in 1969 in a well in Dorestad (Wijk bij Duurstede). The brooch is made of gold and inlaid with different colors of glass, almandine (red gemstone) and pearls along the edge. The style is that of ecclesiastical silverware Burgundian workshops from the time of Charlemagne. 800 AD

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Painted wooden mummy portrait of an aristocratic young man. Roman Period. 175-200 A.D. | The Barakat Gallery

Painted wooden mummy portrait of an aristocratic young man. Roman Period. 175-200 A.D. | The Barakat Gallery

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