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Bas relief, depicting funeral banquet scene, made of limestone, and known as “the tomb of 'Alaineh family”. It was found at the site of Palmyra to the east ...

Bas relief, depicting funeral banquet scene, made of limestone, and known as “the tomb of 'Alaineh family”. It was found at the site of Palmyra to …

Bas relief, depicting funeral banquet scene, made of limestone, and known as “the tomb of 'Alaineh family”. It was found at the site of Palmyra to …

Limestone funerary stele with banquet scene, mid-1st century A.D - Stock Image

Relief depicting a part of a funeral scene from an official's tomb. Detail. Limestone

Funerary relief of Roman butcher Tiberius Julius Vitalis. Villa Albani, Roma.

Cyrus II le Grand et les Hébreux, from Flavius Josephus, illuminated by Jean Fouquet.

Stock Photo - Funerary stele with a relief depicting the boxer Eudokimos, artefact uncovered in Izmir, Turkey. Roman Civilisation, 1st-2nd century

Limestone funerary relief. Syria, probably from Palmyra, c. 150–200 A.D.

Limestone funerary relief carved with bearded man reclining on richly covered couch with wife seated beside

fine arts, ancient world, Roman Empire, sculpture, relief, funeral banquet of

Limestone funerary stele with banquet scene. Period: Early Imperial; Date: mid-

Egyptian art,transport the statue of the deceased,fragment of the scene of the

Fragment of a limestone relief with enthroned couple. Period: Late Classical or Hellenistic;

https://flic.kr/p/icx9fQ | Ramose Theban Tomb TT55 Guests at the Funeral Banquet | Ramose was Governor of Thebes and Vizier under both Amenhotep III and ...

Funerary stele depicting a banquet, from Pontefract, Tuscany, Italy. Roman Civilisation. Fiesole, Archaeological Museum

Fragment of a limestone relief with standing figure MET DP119232 256253 - Stock Image

Relief depicting a funeral feast, a rider and a

Limestone votive relief with worship and banquet scenes MET DT235944 - Stock Image

Funerary relief depicting innkeeper and customer, from Isernia, Italy

Relief fragmentary funerary banquet scene 2 - 1 Cent Palmyra Syria Syrian Museum - Stock Image

Limestone votive relief with worship and banquet scenes MET GR122 - Stock Image

Copy of Bebia Valta stele, Relief with banquet scene and on central frieze roosters and hens

Funerary stele of a man ca. A.D. 170-190 Limestone H. 50.0 cm

Grave relief with three figures from Tremetousia (near Golgoi) (1st century AD)

Individual portraiture

11) are reminiscent of banquet reliefs from Chester in England (Fig. 10), and within their own region they too represent a sort of provincialization of more ...

Fragment of a limestone grave relief with a banquet scene, ca. 450–425

fine arts, ancient world, Roman Empire, sculpture, funeral banquet, limestone,

Relief depicting a funeral scene, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, National Mall, Washington DC

Detail of Votive stele with bas-reliefs and inscriptions from Tell el-Amarna, limestone

Palmyrene funerary relief of Viria Phoebe and Gaius Vurus, c. 50-150 C.E., limestone, 47.5 x 52 x 25 cm © Trustees of the British Museum

Votive stele with bas-reliefs and inscriptions from Tell el-Amarna, limestone

Marble grave relief with a funerary banquet and departing warriors, Hellenistic

Limestone relief showing a funerary banquet, Palmyra, Syria, c. 200-273 C.E., 40.6 x 43.1 x 19 cm © Trustees of the British Museum

14 Funerary stela from Pleven (Storgosia), ca. 2nd half of 2nd century AD, limestone H. 0.78 m. Pleven, Regional Historical Museum (photo: Rumyana ...

Relief depicting a funeral scene, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, National Mall, Washington DC

Funerary stele with a relief depicting a family during a meal with the inscription Zeuxis, artefact uncovered in Kolossai, Turkey. Roman Civilisation,.

Bas-relief depicting camel and camel driver

Close up view of the bas-relief on a

Funerary Banquet Relief

Funerary stela ROMAN ART FROM ROME VIA Statilia Roma, Museo Capitolino

The Character of Provincialism

Relief depicting a hoplite, funerary stele in marble unearthed in the mound of the Tomb of Philip II at Vergina, Greece. Greek civilization, 5th Centu.

... Grave relief with funerary banquet scene, unknown provenance (Second quarter of the 5th century ...

Ancient Egyptian, Wall relief in painted limestone. It was part of the burial chamber of a tomb. Ptolemaic Period (304-30 B.Sc.)

Limestone relief depicting Ramses II under the protection of cow-goddess Hathor from Egypt, West Thebes, Deir el-Medina

Italic civilizations, Paleovenetians, 6th century b.C. Prehistory. Funerary stele with scenes of a farewell between a husband and wife. From Camin, Pa.

2 Votive relief of Silvanus (with iconography of Pan), from Split, ca. 2nd-3rd century AD. Split, Archaeological Museum (photo: courtesy of Troels Myrup ...

7 Funerary stela of Sextus Valerius Genialis, from Cirencester, ca. later 1st century AD, limestone, H. 2.1 m. Cirencester, Corinium Museum (photo: museum)

The Amiternum Tomb. Funerary procession ...

Grave relief with funerary banquet scene, unknown provenance (Second quarter of the 5th century

Grave relief of Aristila from Marion (Circa 420 BC). Local Museum of Marion

Limestone relief depicting a pharaoh showing the painted surface using a variety of colours, along

Prothesis scene, Museo Naz. Perugia (courtesy of the Soprintendenza per i Beni archeologici

Funeral urn with the deceased depicted lying on the lid and bas-relief depicting a

Museum of Ostia Antica: sarcophagus found near Porto - details: (left) side decoration (the image used as background for this page shows the small "dog", or ...

Fictile tablet depicting mourners and funeral procession. Etruscan Civilization, 6th Century BC. Florence, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeologic.

Roman funeral rituals and social status: the Amiternum tomb and the tomb of the Haterii (article) | Khan Academy

... with funerary banquet scene, unknown provenance (Second quarter of the 5th century; Grave relief of Aristila from Marion (Circa 420 BC).

Funerary Stele made from porous stone with a chariot scene in relief. Mycenae Grave Stele from Grave circle A Grave V, 16th century BC, Greece. Pyxis .

Stock Photo - Funerary urn with a relief depicting the god Mictlantecuhtli (Lord of Mictlan), Mexico. Aztec civilisation, 14th-16th century

4 Funerary stela of Quintus Voltius Viator, from Mainz, 1st century AD, limestone, H. 2.75 m. Mainz, Landesmuseum (photo: Bildarchiv Foto Marburg, ...

Local Museum of Marion; Grave relief of a seated woman (Late 4th - early 3rd century BC).

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Pozo Moro Banquet Scene

Assembly of women with textiles, Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, HIN 81 (courtesy

A beautiful Egyptian limestone relief, New Kingdom, c. 1570 – 1075 BC. Estimated Price: $4,000 – $5,000.

Aquitaine Museum at Bordeaux: Cintugnatus funerary stele, 2nd Century. Relief depicting ...

Funeral relief depicting a banquet Roman Civilisation 1st Century Rome Museo Della Civiltà Romana

relief from a funerary chapel at lisht, Egypt. limestone 1802-1640 BC 13th Dynasty

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I wanted to include as many different mediums as I could also, just to show the diversity of the female figure in different Art forms. Here is a bas- relief, ...

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Figure 4: Stele portraying Assurbanipal's queen, Liballi-Sharrat. Assur, c.

18th Dynasty, egyptian bas-relief showing men entering a shrine

18th Dynasty, egyptian bas-relief in the tomb of Mahu, the Chief of

Cippus with lamentation scene, Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, HIN 81 (courtesy Ny

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Palmyrene Funerary Portraiture

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Detail, Perforated relief of Ur-Nanshe, king of Lagash, limestone, Early Third Dynasty (2550–2500 B.C.E.), found in Telloh or Tello (ancient city of Girsu).

Urn with mourning figures, Museo naz. Florence, 93488 (courtesy of the Soprintendenza

Woman with alabastron, Rome, Museo Barracco, 201 (courtesy American Academy in Rome

Egyptian Limestone Relief with scenes of Fields and Storehouses Archaeological Museum Florence Artist Unknown

Funerary limestone stele depicting Anubis embalming deceased who resuscitates as Osirisin, Greek style, from Alexandria

Roman funeral rituals and social status: the Amiternum tomb and the tomb of the Haterii (article) | Khan Academy

Banquet Relief

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Limestone funerary stele of a boy, Early Roman (?)

Gal Vihara - The standing image depicts an unusual mudra

This "banquet in a boat" is the only known example of a complete scene. The goat and the heifer on either side of the hole in the middle.

stone relief showing a funerary banquet

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