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neolithic sculpture millenium bce cult stele or simple sculpture of a owl from algeria Art Sculpture, Stone Sculpture, Animal Sculptures, Owl Art, Bird Art, Soapstone Carving, Cement Art, Native American Pottery, Ceramic Animals

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A Roman haematite magical amulet. Roman History, Art History, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Roman Jewelry, Archaeological Discoveries, Roman Art, Ancient Jewelry, Ancient Artifacts

A ROMAN HAEMATITE MAGICAL AMULET , CIRCA 4TH-5TH CENTURY A.D.

A ROMAN HAEMATITE MAGICAL AMULET CIRCA 4TH-5TH CENTURY A.D. The obverse engraved with a horseman wearing a tunic, riding to the right, preparing to trample and spear a prostrate female figure, her legs bent and her arms raised to ward off the blow, a star in front of the horseman's face, a Greek inscription and dashes framing the scene, probably reading "Solomon"; the reverse inscribed in three lines, with the sign for Chnoubis below

BULGARIA, First Empire. Omurtag. Kanasubigi, 814-831. AV Medallion (22mm, 3.07 g). CAN ЄSV bHГI OMORTAГ, crowned and draped facing bust, holding cross potent and akakia / Blank. F. Curta, "Qagan, khan or king? Power in early medieval Bulgaria (seventh to ninth century)" in Viator 37 (2006), 1-31; Skorpil 151. Lightly toned, slight scuff on reverse. EF. With original suspension loop attached. Possibly the third known example. The Bulgars had been loosely confederated King Power, Bulgaria, Archaeology, Medieval, Christmas Ornaments, The Originals, Holiday Decor, Third, Empire

BULGARIA, First Empire. Omurtag. Kanasubigi, 814-831. AV Medallion (22mm, 3.07 g). | Classical Numismatic Group

BULGARIA, First Empire. Omurtag. Kanasubigi, 814-831. AV Medallion (22mm, 3.07 g). CAN ЄSV bHГI OMORTAГ, crowned and draped facing bust, holding cross potent and akakia / Blank. F. Curta, "Qagan, khan or king? Power in early medieval Bulgaria (seventh to ninth century)" in Viator 37 (2006), 1-31; Skorpil 151. Lightly toned, slight scuff on reverse. EF. With original suspension loop attached. Possibly the third known example. The Bulgars had been loosely confederated

Unique Roman gold coin found in Lower Saxony - The Archaeology News Network Historical Monuments, Historical Maps, Christian Schmidt, Constantine The Great, Art Connection, Lower Saxony, Archaeology News, Greek Culture, Cross Art

Unique Roman gold coin found in Lower Saxony

A gold coin weighing nine grams, which was found on a field in Fredenbeck, Lower Saxony, in the district of Stade, in December 2017 and has since been scientifically examined and restored, is unique worldwide. Gold Multiplum of the Emperor Constans, 342-3 AD, found in Lower Saxony [Credit: Christina Kohnen (Cologne)] "Thanks to the support of the Ernst von Siemens Kunststiftung, the Landschaftsverband Stade and the Landkreis Stade, the rare piece has now been purchased for the permanent…

~Marble relief with a dancing maenad. Adaptation of work attributed to Kallimachos Period: Early Imperial, Augustan Date: ca. 27 B. 14 Culture: Roman Medium: Marble, Pentelic As female votaries. Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Romans, Ancient History, Art History, Ancient Greece, Roman Sculpture, Art Sculpture, Stone Sculpture, Art Romain

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Unique Roman gold coin found in Lower Saxony - The Archaeology News Network Historical Monuments, Historical Maps, Christian Schmidt, Constantine The Great, Art Connection, Lower Saxony, Archaeology News, Greek Culture, Cross Art

Unique Roman gold coin found in Lower Saxony

A gold coin weighing nine grams, which was found on a field in Fredenbeck, Lower Saxony, in the district of Stade, in December 2017 and has...