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Fresco depicting Io welcomed in Egypt by Isis (detail) -   1st century AD |   Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Naples)

detailsofpaintings: “Fresco depicting Io welcomed in Egypt by Isis (details) century AD Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Naples) (inv.

Handmade pottery bowls crafted from real leaves picked from the trees in Bristol, Tennessee. Each leaf is hand cut and pieced together to form a beautiful bowl. The glaze is food safe so dont hesitate to shock your friends with a unique serving dish that they wont be able to get out of their head. We use oak, maple, and dogwood leaves along with dogwood blooms. The bowls vary in sizes from small, medium, large, and miracle size. They vary in shapes from your traditional circle to square and…

Handmade pottery bowls crafted from real leaves picked from the trees in Bristol, Tennessee. Each leaf is hand cut and pieced together to form a beautiful bowl. The glaze is food safe so dont hesitate to shock your friends with a unique serving dish that they wont be able to get out of their head. We use oak, maple, and dogwood leaves along with dogwood blooms. The bowls vary in sizes from small, medium, large, and miracle size. They vary in shapes from your traditional circle to square and…

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Relief icon; pale grey-green steatite; rounded at the top and square below; bust of the Virgin, her mantle drawn over her head, with St Andrew's cross on it; her hands held in front with palms outwards, inscription either side of her. Culture/periodMiddle Byzantine term details Date12thC FindspotFound/Acquired: Tartus(Asia,Middle East,Levant,Syria,Central Syria,Tartus (governorate),Tartus)

rounded at the top and square below; bust of the Virgin, her mantle drawn over her head, with St Andrew's cross on it; her hands held in front with palms outwards, inscription either side of her.

Two-Sided Pendant with the Virgin and Christ Child and John the Forerunner | Byzantine | The Met

Two-Sided Pendant with the Virgin and Christ Child and John the Forerunner

Распятие Христово; Византия.; XIV в. - православные мастерские «Русская Икона»

Распятие Христово; Византия.; XIV в. - православные мастерские «Русская Икона»

French Romanesque Carved Stone Icon of St. Peter, enthroned, holding the Key to Heaven.12th c. sandstone. 8" x 5 1/2" x 1 3/4".

French Romanesque Carved Stone Icon of St. Peter, enthroned, holding the Key to Heaven, set into arch with columns, having an early iron hanging bracket with fleur-de-lis ends.