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Bronze statuette of Tinia with thunderbolt, from Firenzuola. Etruscan civilization, 5th Century BC. Artwork-location: Cortona, Museo Dell'Accademia Etrusca (Archaeological Museum)

Bronze statuette of Tinia with thunderbolt, from Firenzuola. Etruscan civilization, 5th Century BC. Artwork-location: Cortona, Museo Dell'Accademia Etrusca (Archaeological Museum)

Etruscan Fresco of a Double Flute player

Etruscan Fresco of a Double Flute player

Greek Pottery :: Geometric Pottery :: Geometric Protoattic amphora - This amphora, painted by the Analatos painter. It features Chariots, dance of men and women, and sphinxes. First two decades of the 7th century B.C. Le Louvre, Paris.

Greek Pottery :: Geometric Pottery :: Geometric Protoattic amphora - This amphora, painted by the Analatos painter. It features Chariots, dance of men and women, and sphinxes. First two decades of the 7th century B.C. Le Louvre, Paris.

Vibia Sabina (83–136/137) was a Roman Empress, wife and second cousin, once removed, to Roman Emperor Hadrian. She married Hadrian in 100.

Vibia Sabina (83–136/137) was a Roman Empress, wife and second cousin, once removed, to Roman Emperor Hadrian. She married Hadrian in 100.

The 'Kore with the eyes of a sphinx.' Parian marble, c. 500 B.C. | Athens, Acropolis Museum

The 'Kore with the eyes of a sphinx.' Parian marble, c. 500 B.C. | Athens, Acropolis Museum

Lucius Verus

Lucius Verus

Venus figurine from Kostenki | 23 000 - 21 000 BC. Limestone H 10.2 cm. This figurine represents the Palaeolithic ‘Venus’ -

Venus figurine from Kostenki | 23 000 - 21 000 BC. Limestone H 10.2 cm. This figurine represents the Palaeolithic ‘Venus’ -

Caryatid from the Erechtheion at the Athens Acropolis. Marble, Greek artwork, ca. 420 BC... Sadly this stunning piece CAN'T be found home in Greece but at the British Museum instead... What a shame!!!

Caryatid from the Erechtheion at the Athens Acropolis. Marble, Greek artwork, ca. 420 BC... Sadly this stunning piece CAN'T be found home in Greece but at the British Museum instead... What a shame!!!

ca. 530-520 BCE. One of the few archaic greek bronze statutes to survive. From the last stage in the development of the Kouros that began in the early Archaic period ca. 640-580 BCE. The Piraeus Apollo is late archaic, ca. 530-480 BCE, showing detailed human anatomy almost in motion in a harmonious whole.

ca. 530-520 BCE. One of the few archaic greek bronze statutes to survive. From the last stage in the development of the Kouros that began in the early Archaic period ca. 640-580 BCE. The Piraeus Apollo is late archaic, ca. 530-480 BCE, showing detailed human anatomy almost in motion in a harmonious whole.

Roman Emperor Caracalla

Roman Emperor Caracalla