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The Genius of Death    Canova, Antonio  Italy. Late 18th century  The State Hermitage Museum

The Genius of Death Canova, Antonio Italy. Late century The State Hermitage Museum

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Of all the Roman emperors, Hadrian (r. a.d. 117–38) is the one whose portrait is most frequently found, all across the empire from Britain to Persia, from Asia Minor to Egypt. He inherited the Roman world at its greatest extent from his fellow Spaniard Trajan. Hadrian traveled widely, visiting most of the provinces during the twenty years of his reign, and commissioned buildings, aqueducts, and roads in many areas. Art institute of Chicago

Roman / Portrait of Emperor Hadrian, century A. / Marble / 36 x x cm x 10 x 10 in.

Medusa brooch, from the tomb of Philip II (c.336BCE) is a gold brooch depicting Medusa with four snakes to avert evil, used to pin on to linen armour. Museum of the Royal Tombs, Aegae. Macedon.

Medusa brooch, from the tomb of Philip II is a gold brooch depicting Medusa with four snakes to avert evil, used to pin on to linen armour. Museum of the Royal Tombs, Aegae.

Gorgon Mask, Philip II Tomb (Archaeological Museum of Aegae)

Gold gorgon head in the Field Museum exhibition, "The Greeks: From Agamemnon to…

Antique Inspiration Apollon Wallpaper von Rathsach Stencilingnetwork  SEVEN GOTHIC WAVES

Copenhagen EA Ceramics 2015 Homage presented by Jane von Rathsach & Sylvest Ceramics

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