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Roman Glass Goblet with Blue Pastilles | 3rd Century AD, 4th Century AD | Price $0.00 | Roman | Glass | Vessels | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art


Mosaic octopus covered in 30 to 40 feet of volcanic ash from the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 AD. Pompeii is like a time capsule taking you back to the exact day in which this natural disaster took place. Coins were still present on top of carts that carried fresh fruit for sale in the streets on that fateful day. I find this amazing.

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1st century AD Roman mosaic detailing entertainment at games


Mosaic floors, Villa of Silene, Leptis Magna, Liby. The Roman city became prominent in the 4th century BCE. "It nominally remained part of Carthage's dominions until the end of the Third Punic War in 146 BC and then became part of the Roman Republic, although from about 111 BC onward, it was for all intents and purposes an independent city." wiki


A ROMAN MARBLE MOSAIC PANEL Circa 4th-5th Century A.D. The rectangular panel with a complex geometric pattern including two medallions with foliate centers surrounded by wave, with an entwined simple guilloche and solid band as the border, which then encircles the medallions and a central diamond with a checker pattern, the voids filled with chevrons


Lamb of God mosaic from the vault of the presbytery of the Basilica of San Vitale, Ravenna, building began in 527 AD. Photo Nick Thompson


Defining beauty the body in ancient Greek art .Major exhibition focusing on the human body.The remarkable works of art in the exhibition range from abstract simplicity of prehistoric figurines to breathtaking realism in the age of Alexander the Great. These works continued to inspire artists for hundreds of years, giving form to thought and shaping our own perceptions of ourselves.'The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.' - Aristole


arteascuola -pop ups with famous landmarks...use w/ Greek art unit instead...


Roman Carved Rock Crystal Fish, 1st Century AD at Ancient & Medieval History