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Head of a woman known as Miriam Mid1st century Yemen

Head of a woman known as Miriam Mid1st century Yemen

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Head of a woman (known as “Miriam”), fragment. mid century Alabaster, stucco and bitumen Yemen, Wadi Bayhan

1Head of a woman (known as Miriam), Mid-1st century, Yemen. Alabaster, stucco and lapis lazuli. Gift of The American Foundation for the Study of Ma…

AN ALABASTER HEAD FROM SABA KINGDOM SOUTH ARABIA, YEMEN - 3RD-1ST CENT.

A SOUTH ARABIAN ALABASTER HEAD OF A WOMAN CIRCA 3RD CENTURY B.C. With long slender neck

Alabaster head of a bearded man.

Head of a man

A SOUTH ARABIAN ALABASTER FEMALE HEAD CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D. The spade

Sabean Granite Head of a Woman - LK.110 Origin: Yemen Circa: 600

The Menil Collection | ANCIENT STELE | Pinterest | Archaeology and Ancient history

Made in Yemen 3rd - 2nd Century BCE. Source: The British Museum

South Arabian alabaster female figure.

Sabaean Alabaster Head of a Dignitary. Culture : South Arabian. Period : Sabaean (South Arabia), 2nd – 1st century B.C. Material : Alabaster.

1Head of a woman (known as Miriam), Mid-1st century, Yemen. Alabaster, stucco and lapis lazuli. Gift of The American Foundation for the Study of Ma…

1Head of a woman (known as Miriam), Mid-1st century, Yemen. Alabaster, stucco and lapis lazuli. Gift of The American Foundation for the Study of Ma…

Sabean Granite Head of a Woman - LK.110 Origin: Yemen Circa: 600

1Head of a woman (known as Miriam), Mid-1st century, Yemen. Alabaster, stucco and lapis lazuli. Gift of The American Foundation for the Study of Ma…

1Head of a woman (known as Miriam), Mid-1st century, Yemen. Alabaster, stucco and lapis lazuli. Gift of The American Foundation for the Study of Ma…

Sabean Bronze Sculpture of a Standing Man - Origin: Yemen Circa: 6 th Century BC Dimensions: high Collection: Biblical Medium: Bronze

1Head of a woman (known as Miriam), Mid-1st century, Yemen. Alabaster, stucco and lapis lazuli. Gift of The American Foundation for the Study of Ma…

A SOUTH ARABIAN ALABASTER FEMALE HEAD CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D.

1Head of a woman (known as Miriam), Mid-1st century, Yemen. Alabaster, stucco and lapis lazuli. Gift of The American Foundation for the Study of Ma…

1Head of a woman (known as Miriam), Mid-1st century, Yemen. Alabaster, stucco and lapis lazuli. Gift of The American Foundation for the Study of Ma…

Sabean Alabaster Bust of a Woman - PF.0084 (LSO) Origin: Yemen Circa: 200 BCE to 100 CE | Anthropology | Pinterest

sculpture; Ancient South Arabian; Yemen; Yemen. Sculpted head of a man or

Stele carved with a stylized human face -- alabaster -- South Arabian peninsula -- c century BCE

Art Object | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Sabean Alabaster Stele Depicting a Mother and Child - X.0543 Origin: Yemen Circa

1Head of a woman (known as Miriam), Mid-1st century, Yemen. Alabaster, stucco and lapis lazuli. Gift of The American Foundation for the Study of Ma…

South Arabian Limestone Pillar Stela for Yahyum, Circa Century B. With an eight letter inscription below in Old South Arabian identifying the deceased as " ...

A SOUTH ARABIAN ALABASTER HEAD OF A MAN CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D.

A SOUTH ARABIAN ALABASTER STELE CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.

“Professor A. Honeyman holding the beautifully formed head of a young woman carved in translucent alabaster, dating from approximately the first century .

Sabean Bronze Sculpture of a Female Figure - CK.0078 Origin: Yemen Circa: 900 BC to 300 BC Dimensions: 5" (12.7cm) high x 1.125" (2.9cm) wide Collection: ...

Terracotta head of a young girl. Hellenistic Greek; 2nd Century BC.

The Nabataean eye-stele of Goddess of Hayyan, son of Nybat, from the Temple of the Winged Lions, Petra, century AD

The Menil Collection | ANCIENT STELE | Pinterest | Archaeology and Ancient history

A SOUTH ARABIAN BRONZE FEMALE FIGURE - CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D.

Head of Isis Greek, Hellenistic Period, 280–240 B.C. PLACE OF MANUFACTURE Egypt

A SABAEAN ALABASTER HEAD OF A WOMAN, SOUTHERN ARABIA, CIRCA 2ND CENTURY B.C./

sculpture; Ancient South Arabian; Yemen; Yemen. Small sculpted head; calcite;

AN ALABASTER HEAD FROM SABA KINGDOM SOUTH ARABIA, YEMEN - 3RD-1ST CENT. BC SCULPTED ALABASTER. Height: 19 cm | Eudaimon Arabia | Pinterest | Semitic ...

Alexander Shubin is a Russian-Canadian artist who presently resides and paints in his art-studio in Ottawa, Canada.

Marble head of an Amazon, Herculaneum This exquisite work is just one of the…

A SOUTH ARABIAN ALABASTER HEAD CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.- 1ST CENTURY A.D. | Eudaimon Arabia | Pinterest | Ancient art and Medieval art

South Arabian alabaster anthropomorphic inscribed stele, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Of rectangular

Neues Museum Berlin Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung Berlin Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection Berlin Amenhotep IV - Akhenaten

Nefertiti.

A number of similar stelae have been excavated in Yemen at the site of Timna', the ancient capital of the kingdom of Qatab¯an (ca.

Fragment of a statue of a man Baynun, Yemen century CE Bronze Sabaean inscription Deposit: Baynun Museum, BynM 234

National Museum Of Damascus ( Syria Human head in ivory incrusted with gold,silver copper o lalpis lazuli.Probably belongs to a prince or a princess of ...

Gravestone 1st Century BC to 1st Century AD, Yemen. Treasures of Yemen. Istanbul

freakyfauna: “ Anthropomorphic Rectangular Stele South Arabia B. - century A. Alabaster x 19 cm Found here via here.

Antico Yemen, al-jawf, statuette di donne sedute, III-I sec

Figure of a Standing Woman. South Arabian (Sculptor) PERIOD 5th-1st century

1Head of a woman (known as Miriam), Mid-1st century, Yemen. Alabaster, stucco and lapis lazuli. Gift of The American Foundation for the Study of Ma…

A SOUTH ARABIAN ALABASTER HORN-HEADED STELE PROBABLY CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C./A.D.

Anonymous Cypriot artist - Limestone figure wearing a bull's mask. Archaic period, 6th century

Mask from Ma'rib, Kingdom of Saba', Yemen / Ancient Arabian,

Alabaster statuettes dating back to the Sabaean Kingdom, Yemen. Yemeni Civilization, pre-

Can We All Agree That U.S. Officials Are Lying About Yemen? - 21st Century Wire

A SOUTH ARABIAN BRONZE FEMALE FIGURE - CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D. | Eudaimon Arabia | Pinterest | Archaeology, Classical antiquity and Ancient ...

Sabean Granite Head of a Woman - LK.110 Origin: Yemen Circa: 600 BC to 100 BC Dimensions: 9.5" (24.1cm) high x 4.25" (10.8cm) wide Collection: Bi…

Votive stele of a female bust representing Dhat Hamym, a local sun goddess, inscribed

Eighteenth dynasty ancient Egyptian Pharaoh, Akhenaten. Reigned 1353–1336BC. Pictured here as

Sabean Funerary Stone Plaque – Barakat Store

Daniel Greene

Sabean Bronze Sculpture of a Female Figure - CK.0078 Origin: Yemen Circa:

A SOUTH ARABIAN ALABASTER HEAD , CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C./A.D. OR EARLIER

The Menil Collection | ANCIENT STELE | Pinterest | Archaeology and Ancient history

South Arabian bronze head of a bull, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. With

Bronze Head of a Bull with Inscription - RP.227 Origin: Yemen Circa:

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1Head of a woman (known as Miriam), Mid-1st century, Yemen. Alabaster, stucco and lapis lazuli. Gift of The American Foundation for the Study of Ma…

Funerary stela; calcite; roughly trimmed back and sides, face carved with a scene showing a woman seated on a straight-backed chair, feet resting on a foot ...

Regency Hairstyles and their Accessories

Phillips stands with Yemeni men, including Sheik Al-Barhi (center), a leader of the. Bal Harith tribe, and a child in the desert.

Southwest of Arabian Peninsula (modern Yemen), Sabean, ca.

1Head of a woman (known as Miriam), Mid-1st century, Yemen. Alabaster, stucco and lapis lazuli. Gift of The American Foundation for the Study of Ma…

A SOUTH ARABIAN ALABASTER HEAD CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.- 1ST CENTURY A.D.

Amrān Tablets are a series of ancient bronze plaques written in the Sabaean language found in the town of 'Amran, Yemen.This particular example is a partial ...

A SOUTH ARABIAN ALABASTER STELE CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C./A.D.

Another view of the South Arabian offering table.

Head of a woman (known as Miriam). Mid-1st century, Yemen. Alabaster, stucco and lapis lazuli. | Rare Artifacts and Archaeological Discoveries | Pinterest ...

A SOUTH ARABIAN BRONZE FEMALE FIGURE - CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D. | Eudaimon Arabia | Pinterest | Archaeology, Classical antiquity and Ancient ...

Egyptian art Stucco head of Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV) BC). Amarna period, ca.

SAABA/PUNT - Ancient Temple Left Neglected as Yemen War Threatens History - An official points to ancient South Arabian script at the Awwam Temple, ...

Yemeni Jewish bride, 1942

A stela from South Arabia 1st century CE - 3rd century CE Louvre Museum, France

Alabaster stela fragment carved in relief with bull's head, Mid-1st century, Yemen. Gift of The American Foundation for the Study of Man [Credit: Wendell ...

Incense Burner, 4th-1st Century BCE ~ These burners found at Qaryal al-

Slab with Inscription, Floral and Fauna from Yemen, 2nd Century AD. Treasures of

Marble head of a Ptolemaic queen - Hellenistic ca. 270-250 BC | Our Heritage : Greece throughout the ages | Pinterest | Classical period, Ptolemaic dynasty ...

Sabean Limestone Idol of the Lady of ad-Dali - Origin: Yemen Circa: 100 BC to 100 AD Dimensions: high Collection: Biblical Antiquities Medium: Alabaster

South Arabian bronze couple in a lovemaking scene, 2nd-3rd century A.D. Inscribed with

Art and technique in Yemen The bronzes from the Museum of Baynun | Alessandra Avanzini - Academia.edu

Marble head of a Ptolemaic queen - Hellenistic ca. 270-250 BC | Our Heritage : Greece throughout the ages | Pinterest | Classical period, Ptolemaic dynasty ...

sandylamu: Yemen, Photo Thomas Abercrombie

AN ALABASTER HEAD FROM SABA KINGDOM SOUTH ARABIA, YEMEN - 3RD-1ST CENT. BC SCULPTED ALABASTER. Height: 19 cm | Eudaimon Arabia | Pinterest | Semitic ...

Lion, South Arabian, alabaster, 9 inches high, circa Century Century A.

... large bronze high reliefs each in the form of a striding lioness surmounted by a figure of Eros, 1st century B.C.E.-mid-1st century C.E., Yemen. Bronze.