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Background imageNational Museum Collection: Roman mosaic of a dog, 1st century

Roman mosaic of a dog, 1st century
Roman mosaic of a dog, bearing the legend Cave Canem underneath, from Pompeii, from Naples National Museums collection, 1st century

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Greek Head of Gorgon or Medusa, Syracuse, Sicily

Greek Head of Gorgon or Medusa, Syracuse, Sicily. In Greek mythology, Medusa was a monster, a Gorgon, generally described as a winged human female with living venomous snakes in place of hair

Background imageNational Museum Collection: The Aztec Calendar Stone, or Stone of the Sun, National Museum, Mexico City, c1930s

The Aztec Calendar Stone, or Stone of the Sun, National Museum, Mexico City, c1930s. A name glyph of Aztec ruler Moctezuma II suggests the basalt Aztec sun stone was carved c1502- 1521

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Idol, Teoyaomiqui i.e. Coatlicue, between 1880 and 1897. Creator: William H. Jackson

Idol, Teoyaomiqui i.e. Coatlicue, between 1880 and 1897. Creator: William H. Jackson
Idol, Teoyaomiqui i.e. Coatlicue, between 1880 and 1897

Background imageNational Museum Collection: National Museum, between 1910 and 1917. Creator: Harris & Ewing

National Museum, between 1910 and 1917. Creator: Harris & Ewing. National Museum, between 1910 and 1917
National Museum, between 1910 and 1917

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Radha and Krishna in the boat of love, 1755. Creator: Anonymous

Radha and Krishna in the boat of love, 1755. Creator: Anonymous
Radha and Krishna in the boat of love, 1755. Found in the Collection of the National Museum, New Delhi

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Zebu Bull Seal with Indus Script Found at Mohenjo Daro, Indus Valley, 3rd millenium BC

Zebu Bull Seal with Indus Script Found at Mohenjo Daro, Indus Valley, 3rd millenium BC. Found in the Collection of the National Museum, New Delhi

Background imageNational Museum Collection: The Death of Nelson, 1859-64, (1938). Artist: Daniel Maclise

The Death of Nelson, 1859-64, (1938). Artist: Daniel Maclise
The Death of Nelson, 1859-64. The death of Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758-1804) at the Battle of Trafalgar. From the collection of the National Museums, Liverpool

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Greek Bronze Statue of Poseidon found in sea near Cape Artemisian, c5th century BC

Greek Bronze Statue of Poseidon found in sea near Cape Artemisian, c5th century BC. The Artemision Bronze (often called the God from the Sea)

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Archaic Greek bronze statuette of a Spartan female athlete

Archaic Greek bronze statuette of a Spartan female athlete
Archaic bronze statuette of a Spartan female athlete, running and holding her gymnos. From the National Museum in Athens

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Roman marble sarcophagus with Dionysiac scenes, 2nd century

Roman marble sarcophagus with Dionysiac scenes, 2nd century
Roman marble sarcophagus with Dionysiac scenes, also showing centaurs, fauns, and Silenus. From the National Museum in Rome, 2nd century

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Hercules and the Centaur Setos, Detail of Greek Pot, Corinthian, c7th century BC

Hercules and the Centaur Setos, Detail of Greek Pot, Corinthian, c7th century BC. Artist: Nessos Painter
Hercules and the Centaur Setos, Detail of Greek Pot, Corinthian, c7th century BC.The Nessos Painter was a pioneer of Attic black-figure vase painting

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Gold brooch from Hornelund near Varde, c10th century

Gold brooch from Hornelund near Varde, c10th century. Viking Period at National Museum, Copenhagen

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Bronze mask of the Roman goddess Juno Lucina

Bronze mask of the Roman goddess Juno Lucina
Roman period bronze mask of Juno Lucina, from Hungary. Now in the National Museum in Budapest

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Viking silver cup from Jelling, 10th century

Viking silver cup from Jelling, 10th century
Viking silver cup from Jelling, Denmark. From the National Museums collection in Copenhagen, 10th century

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Detail of the Cammin Casket

Detail of the Cammin Casket, in the Mammon style. Made in Southern Scandinavia from a copy, as the original is now lost, and currently in the National Museum in Copenhagen

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Gold coin with Philip II (382-336 a. C. ), king of Macedonia

Gold coin with Philip II (382-336 a. C. ), king of Macedonia
Gold coin with Philip II (382-336 a.C.), king of Macedonia

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Dance Moorish - Spanish, engraving, 1529

Dance Moorish - Spanish, engraving, 1529

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Detail of the altarpiece dedicated to the Virgin with the Annunciation and shepherds

Detail of the altarpiece dedicated to the Virgin with the Annunciation and shepherds making cheese, Painting on wood. It comes from Tora, Segarra (Lleida)

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Altarpiece of Saint Vincent. Detail of the Saint in the rack

Altarpiece of Saint Vincent. Detail of the Saint in the rack

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Detail of the Altarpiece of Saint Vincent by Jaume Huguet

Detail of the Altarpiece of Saint Vincent by Jaume Huguet

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Altarpiece of Saint Vincent of Sarria, detail of Saint Vincent at the stake, by Jaume Huguet

Altarpiece of Saint Vincent of Sarria, detail of Saint Vincent at the stake, by Jaume Huguet

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Table of the tomb of Saint Vincent and exorcism of a possessed, detail of the altarpiece

Table of the tomb of Saint Vincent and exorcism of a possessed, detail of the altarpiece of Saint Vincent of Sarria by Jaume Huguet

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Detail of the altarpiece of Saint Vincent with personages of the age

Detail of the altarpiece of Saint Vincent with personages of the age. It comes from the Parish of Sarria. Painting on board (c. 1450-60)

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Table of the ordination of Saint Vincent by the Bishop of Zaragoza, Saint Valerio

Table of the ordination of Saint Vincent by the Bishop of Zaragoza, Saint Valerio. Painting on wood (c. 1450-1460) by Jaume Huguet

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Saint Vincent before the judge and prefect Dacia, from the Altarpiece of Sant

Saint Vincent before the judge and prefect Dacia, from the Altarpiece of Sant Vicenc de Sarria

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Thanatos

Thanatos. Found in the Collection of National Museum, Poznan

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Silence of the forest

Silence of the forest. Found in the Collection of National Museum, Poznan

Background imageNational Museum Collection: A Summer Night, 1890, (1938). Artist: Albert Joseph Moore

A Summer Night, 1890, (1938). Artist: Albert Joseph Moore
A Summer Night, 1890. Painting housed at National Museums Liverpool. From World-Famous Paintings edited by J. Greig Pirie [W. & G. Foyle, Ltd, London, 1938.]

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Roman Bronze Jug. National Museum, Budapest

Roman Bronze Jug. National Museum, Budapest

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Roman Portait of a Young Man from Pompeii, c1st century

Roman Portait of a Young Man from Pompeii, c1st century
Roman Portait of a Young Man from Pompeii. Wearing a laurel wreath and holding a papyrus rotulus. At National Museum, Naples

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Roman wall painting from villa of Agriopa Posthumus, near Pompeii, c1st century

Roman wall painting from villa of Agriopa Posthumus, near Pompeii, c1st century. Before AD 79. Naples, National Museum

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Roman wall painting, in Rome, 1st century

Roman wall painting, in Rome, 1st century. Fresco depicting an erotic scene, from the cubiculum of the villa of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa. At National Museum, Rome

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Archaic Greek warrior in Bronze, Syracuse, Sicily

Archaic Greek warrior in Bronze, Syracuse, Sicily

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Celtic Bronze Figure from Hungary, c. 1st century BC

Celtic Bronze Figure from Hungary, c. 1st century BC
Celtic Bronze Figure from Hungary, c.1st century BC. Man wearing Torc. National Museum, Budapest

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Hoard of Celtic Coins, (some copy Greek originals) found in Hungary, Silver, 1st Century BC

Hoard of Celtic Coins, (some copy Greek originals) found in Hungary, Silver, 1st Century BC
Hoard of Celtic Coins (some copy Greek originals) found in Hungary, Silver, 1st Century BC. Silver at National Museum Budapest

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Crucifixion on Great Runestone of Harald Bluetooth, King of Denmark, c985, (20th century)

Crucifixion on Great Runestone of Harald Bluetooth, King of Denmark, c985, (20th century)
Crucifixion on Great Runestone of Harald Bluetooth, King of Denmark at Jelling, c985, (20th century). At Jelling. Photo is of a cast, coloured as it was originally. National Museum, Copenhagen

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Greek small bronze Apollo from Kosmas near Sparta, late 6th century BC

Greek small bronze Apollo from Kosmas near Sparta, late 6th century BC. Epiphenomenos means Appearing, Laconian work held at National Museum, Athens

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Depiction of Roman gladiators

Depiction of Roman gladiators from the Via Arenvia, now in the National Museum in Rome

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Bronze statue of a boxer

Bronze statue of a boxer, a Roman copy of a Greek original by Apollonius. Now in the National Museum in Rome

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Roman statue of the High Priestess of Vesta

Roman statue of the High Priestess of Vesta, from the forum of Rome. Now in the National Museum in Rome

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Roman colossal statue of Minerva

Roman colossal statue of Minerva from a temple in Rome, now at the National Museum in Rome

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Bronze mask of Juno Lucina, 1st century BC

Bronze mask of Juno Lucina, 1st century BC
Bronze mask of Juno Lucina, a Roman goddess. From Hungary, and now in the National Museum at Budapest, 1st century BC

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Bronze plaque of a horse, 5th-9th century

Bronze plaque of a horse, 5th-9th century
Bronze plaque of a horse from Denmark. From the National Museums collection in Copenhagen, 5th-9th century

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Gold Iron Age Fibula

Gold Iron Age Fibula
Gold Iron Age enamelled fibula from the Germanic Iron Age, now in the National Museum in Copenhagen

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Hand inscribed on stone, Bronze Age

Hand inscribed on stone, Bronze Age
Hand inscribed on stone. The arm is associated with divine power, and may be the symbol of the one-handed god, an Indo-European deity. Now at the National Museum in Denmark, Bronze Age

Background imageNational Museum Collection: Trepanned Skull

Trepanned Skull from Jericho, found in Tomb G88. The front trepanning healed, showing that he survived the first operation

Background imageNational Museum Collection: A 14th century box from Certosa, 14th century. Artist: Balthazar Embriachi

A 14th century box from Certosa, 14th century. Artist: Balthazar Embriachi
A 14th century box from Certosa, from the school of Embriachi of Genoa and Venice, now at the National Museum of Ravenna in Italy, 14th century



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