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sinop balatlar kilisesi kazisi - Bing images

sinop balatlar kilisesi kazisi - Bing images

sinop balatlar kilisesi kazisi - Bing images

sinop balatlar kilisesi kazisi - Bing images

The oldest portrait of a woman ever found, dating from 26,000 years ago, carved in mammoth ivory and proving that even our early ancestors could capture the expressive nature of the human face in a style that was uniquely meaningful to them.

jtotheizzoe: The oldest portrait of a woman ever found, dated yrs ago, carved in mammoth ivory & proving that even our early ancestors could capture the expressive nature of the human face in a style that was uniquely meaningful to them

Rogozon Treasure  Silver and gold,4th cent BC,Thracian

Rogozon Treasure silver with cent.BC Thracian To Shine like a Goddess Keka❤❤

Gold finger-ring decorated with a bust of Isis and a snake's head. Roman, circa 1st century.

Ring depicting Isis (Egyptian goddess) and a Snake Roman, century AD The British Museum

Roman Carnelian or Agate Sculpture of an Emperor Wearing A Lion Skin  --  Origin: Geresa, Jordan  --  Circa 200-400 CE  --  Via Barakat Galleries

Roman Carnelian or Agate Sculpture of a Roman Emperor Wearing A Lion Skin -- Origin: Geresa, Jordan -- Circa CE

Lidded Cauldron (Lebes) with a Satyr Greek made in the eastern Mediterranean 50-1 BCE Bronze and Silver (1)

Lidded Cauldron (Lebes) with a Satyr Greek made in the eastern Mediterranean BCE Bronze and Silver

Rhyton terminating in the forepart of a wild cat Period: Parthian Date: ca. 1st century B.C. Geography: Iran Culture: Parthian Medium: Silver, mercury gilding Dimensions: H. 10 7/8 in. (27.5 cm) Classification: Metalwork-Vessels

Rhyton terminating in the forepart of a wild cat Period: Parthian Date: ca. Geography: Iran Culture: Parthian Medium: Silver, mercury gilding The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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