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Archaeological Artifact Collection

"Unveiling the Mysteries of Ancient Art: A Glimpse into the World of Archaeological Artifacts" Detail of Marble statue of Tyche, goddess of fortune

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Painted terracotta Sarcophagus of the Spouses, from Cerveteri, Rome province, Italy, detail

Painted terracotta Sarcophagus of the Spouses, from Cerveteri, Rome province, Italy, detail, 520 B. C
Etruscan civilization, 6th century b.C. Painted terracotta Sarcophagus of the Spouses, 520 b.C. From Cerveteri (Rome province, Italy)

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Detail of Marble statue of Tyche, goddess of fortune, from Prusias ad Hypium, Turkey

Detail of Marble statue of Tyche, goddess of fortune, from Prusias ad Hypium, Turkey
Roman civilization, 2nd century A.D. Marble statue of Tyche, goddess of fortune. From Prusias ad Hypium, Turkey. Detail

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Sun Chariot, bronze and gold leaf, from Trundholm

Sun Chariot, bronze and gold leaf, from Trundholm
Prehistory, Denmark, Bronze Age. The " Sun Chariot", bronze and gold leaf. From Trundholm

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Marble statue of Hermaphrodite asleep, from Rome, Baths of Diocletian

Marble statue of Hermaphrodite asleep, from Rome, Baths of Diocletian
Roman civilization, 2nd century A.D. Marble statue of Hermaphrodite asleep. From Rome, Baths of Diocletian

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Italy, Florence, Ivory Sculpture representing Empress Arianna (or Aelia Ariadne, ca. 450-515 A. D )

Italy, Florence, Ivory Sculpture representing Empress Arianna (or Aelia Ariadne, ca. 450-515 A. D )
Italy, Florence, Ivory Sculpture representing Empress Arianna (or Aelia Ariadne, ca. 450-515 A.D..) 5th century A.D.. Byzantine art, Museo Nazionale del Bargello (Bargello National Museum)

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Diana of Versailles, marble statue of Artemis with deer

Diana of Versailles, marble statue of Artemis with deer
Roman civilization, 1st-2nd century A.D. Diana of Versailles, marble statue of Artemis with a deer

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Marble statue of Aphrodite of Cnidus, copy of a Greek original by Praxiteles

Marble statue of Aphrodite of Cnidus, copy of a Greek original by Praxiteles
Roman civilization, 1st-2nd century A.D. Marble statue of Aphrodite of Cnidus. Copy of a Greek original by Praxiteles, 4th century b.C

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Fresco depicting garden with fruit trees and birds, detail of pomegranate tree, from Rome

Fresco depicting garden with fruit trees and birds, detail of pomegranate tree, from Rome, Triclinium of House of Livia
Roman civilization, 1st century b.C. Fresco depicting garden with fruit trees and birds. From Rome, Triclinium of the House of Livia. Detail, a pomegranate tree

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Marble statue of falling Gaul, Roman copy of Pergamon school original

Marble statue of falling Gaul, Roman copy of Pergamon school original
Greek civilization, 3rd century b.C. Marble statue of falling Gaul. Roman copy of a Pergamon school original, part of the Stoa built by Attalus II on the Acropolis of Athens after his victory over

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Marble bas-relief depicting Triad of Eleusinian Mysteries with Persephone

Marble bas-relief depicting Triad of Eleusinian Mysteries with Persephone, Demeter and Triptolemus, from Eleusis
Greek civilization, 5th century b.C. The triad of the Eleusinian Mysteries: Persephone, Demeter and Triptolemus. Marble bas-relief found at Eleusis 440-430 b.C

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Black-figure pottery Carbire vase with scene from Odyssey

Black-figure pottery Carbire vase with scene from Odyssey
Greek civilization, 5th-4th century b.C. Black-figure pottery. Carbire vase with a scene from the Odyssey

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Fourth style fresco depicting Bacchus and Vesuvius volcano, From House of Centenary at Pompeii

Fourth style fresco depicting Bacchus and Vesuvius volcano, From House of Centenary at Pompeii
Roman civilization, 1st century A.D. Fourth style fresco depicting Bacchus and Vesuvius volcano. From the House of the Centenary at Pompei

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Attic pelike depicting Heracles killing king Busiris and Egyptian priests, by Pan Painter

Attic pelike depicting Heracles killing king Busiris and Egyptian priests, by Pan Painter, red-figure pottery
Greek civilization, 5th century b.C. Red-figure pottery. Attic pelike attributed to the Pan Painter. Recto: Heracles killing the king Busiris and the Egyptian priests. Detail

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Bronze statue depicting Dionysus, Fufluns

Bronze statue depicting Dionysus, Fufluns
Etruscan civilization, 5th century b.C. Bronze statue depicting Dionysus (Fufluns), 480 b.C. Detail

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Marble statue of Capitoline Venus, copy of original by Praxiteles, from Rome

Marble statue of Capitoline Venus, copy of original by Praxiteles, from Rome
Roman civilization. Marble statue of the Capitoline Venus, height 193 cm. Copy of an original of the 4th century b.C. by Praxiteles. From Rome

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: France, Glanum, Relief depicting Mercury and Fortuna from Cybele and Attis House

France, Glanum, Relief depicting Mercury and Fortuna from Cybele and Attis House Musee Archeologique (Archaeological Museum), Greek-Roman art

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Italy, Massa Carrara, Verrucola di Fivizzano, Stele-statue of Lunigiana

Italy, Massa Carrara, Verrucola di Fivizzano, Stele-statue of Lunigiana
Prehistory, Italy, 3rd millenium b.C. Ligurian civilization, stele-statue of Lunigiana. From Verrucola di Fivizzano, Massa Carrara

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Italy, Apulia, Arpi, Daunian mosaic work depicting sea animals, from a house in Argos Hippium

Italy, Apulia, Arpi, Daunian mosaic work depicting sea animals, from a house in Argos Hippium 4th-3rd Century B.C. Italy, Foggia

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Hellenistic marble statue known as Medici Venus

Hellenistic marble statue known as Medici Venus
Greek civilization, 3rd century b.C. Hellenistic marble statue known as Medici Venus

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Marble sarcophagus with marble group on lid representing deceased couple

Marble sarcophagus with marble group on lid representing deceased couple and relief depicting battle between Greeks
Roman civilization, 2nd century A.D. Marble sarcophagus with marble group on lid representing the deceased couple and relief depicting a battle between Greeks and Amazons. From Thessaloniki

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Ceramic figure of sleeping dog from Mexico

Ceramic figure of sleeping dog from Mexico
Teotihuacan civilization, Mexico, 6th-9th century. Ceramic figure of sleeping dog

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Painted ivory diptych depicting circus games, Panel B

Painted ivory diptych depicting circus games, Panel B
Roman civilization, 5th century A.D. Painted ivory diptych depicting circus games. Panel B

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Attic lekythos depicting two companions of Ulysses turned into swine by Circewitch

Attic lekythos depicting two companions of Ulysses turned into swine by Circewitch, red-figure pottery
Greek civilization, 5th century b.C. Red-figure pottery. Attic lekythos depicting two companions of Ulysses turned into swine by Circe the enchantress

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Schist statue of Ramses IV, circa 1165 B. C

Schist statue of Ramses IV, circa 1165 B. C
Egyptian civilization, New Kingdom, Dynasty XX. Schist statue of Ramses IV, circa 1165 b.C

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Bronze statuette of Taranis, Gaulish god associated to Roman Jupiter

Bronze statuette of Taranis, Gaulish god associated to Roman Jupiter, from Le Chatelet at Saint-Didier, France
Gallo-Roman civilization. Bronze statuette of Taranis, Gaulish god associated to Roman Jupiter. From Le Chatelet at Saint-Didier (France)

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Attic pelike depicting Phrixus rescued by a flying ram with golden sheep fleece, red-figure pottery

Attic pelike depicting Phrixus rescued by a flying ram with golden sheep fleece, red-figure pottery
Greek civilization, 5th century b.C. Red-figure pottery. Attic pelike depicting Phrixus rescued by a flying ram with golden fleece, detail

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Serbia, Vinca, Anthropomorphic idol, neolithic period, Vinca culture, terracotta

Serbia, Vinca, Anthropomorphic idol, neolithic period, Vinca culture, terracotta Serbia, Belgrade, Narodni Muzej (National museum; Archaeological and Art Museum)

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Attic amphora representing winged Eros with lyre and dog at his feet

Attic amphora representing winged Eros with lyre and dog at his feet
Greek civilization, 5th century b.C. Red-figure pottery. Attic amphora representing winged Eros with a lyre and a dog at his feet

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Relief depicting people carrying amphorae in wine cellar

Relief depicting people carrying amphorae in wine cellar
Roman civilization. Relief depicting people carrying amphorae in a wine cellar

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Statue of Peutesilea, Queen of Amazons, from western gable of Temple of Asclepius in Epidaurus

Statue of Peutesilea, Queen of Amazons, from western gable of Temple of Asclepius in Epidaurus
Greek civilization, 4th century b.C. Statue of Peutesilea, Queen of the Amazons, from the western gable of the Temple of Asclepius in Epidaurus

Background imageArchaeological Artifact Collection: Austria, Aedicula with Jupiter and Juno, limestone

Austria, Aedicula with Jupiter and Juno, limestone Austria, Klagenfurt, Landesmuseum (Acrhaeological and Art Museum), Roman art




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"Unveiling the Mysteries of Ancient Art: A Glimpse into the World of Archaeological Artifacts" Detail of Marble statue of Tyche, goddess of fortune, from Prusias ad Hypium, Turkey: Witness the exquisite craftsmanship and divine beauty captured in this intricate marble statue depicting Tyche, the goddess of fortune. Marvel at her serene expression and delicate features as you delve into the rich history behind this archaeological artifact. Painted terracotta Sarcophagus of the Spouses, from Cerveteri, Rome province, Italy (520 B. C): Step back in time to ancient Rome with a closer look at this painted terracotta sarcophagus. Admire its vibrant colors and detailed scenes that tell a story about love and eternal companionship. Discover how these artistic masterpieces served as final resting places for noble couples. Fourth style fresco depicting Bacchus and Vesuvius volcano, From House of Centenary at Pompeii: Transport yourself to Pompeii's House of Centenary through this captivating fourth-style fresco. Explore the juxtaposition between Bacchus, god of wine and revelry, against the backdrop of Mount Vesuvius – an eerie foreshadowing before tragedy struck in 79 AD. Relief depicting people carrying amphorae in wine cellar: Delve into ancient winemaking traditions with this remarkable relief showcasing people transporting amphorae within a wine cellar setting. Uncover insights into their meticulous methods while appreciating their dedication to preserving one of humanity's oldest pleasures – fine wine. Marble statue of Aphrodite from Cnidus - copy by Praxiteles: Behold Aphrodite's timeless allure embodied in marble form. This replica sculpture pays homage to Praxiteles' original masterpiece from ancient Greece – an iconic representation that has captivated generations with its gracefulness and sensuality. Diana of Versailles.