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The theatre at Leptis Magna
The theatre at Leptis Magna
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The sarcophagus of King Ahiram
The sarcophagus of King Ahiram
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The Vow of Hannibal, 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Vow of Hannibal, 1890. Creator: Unknown
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The Site of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Site of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
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Hannibal in the Assembly at Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Hannibal in the Assembly at Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
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Cardus Maximus Street with underground conduction of water, in the Phoenician-Punic-Roman
Cardus Maximus Street with underground conduction of water, in the Phoenician-Punic-Roman
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Marble anthropoid sarcophagus
Marble anthropoid sarcophagus
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Fragment of a Phoenician - style ivory found in an Assyrian palace
Fragment of a Phoenician - style ivory found in an Assyrian palace
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Ivory head found in the palace of Nimrud
Ivory head found in the palace of Nimrud
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Phoenician ivory depicting the Egyptian god Horus
Phoenician ivory depicting the Egyptian god Horus
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Ivory inlay from Nimrud
Ivory inlay from Nimrud
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Bird-shaped glass bottle used for perfume storage
Bird-shaped glass bottle used for perfume storage
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Ivory inlay from Nimrud Featured Print

Ivory inlay from Nimrud

Ivory inlay from Nimrud. One of the two identical pieces of which one is in the British Museum and the other was in Iraq, now missing. A lioness springs at a Nubian who falls back as the lioness closes its jaws on his throat. The background pattern incorporates Egyptian lotus. Culture: Phoenician. Date/Period: Last third of 8th century. Place of Origin: Nimrud, Assyria, Ancient Iraq. Material Size: Ivory. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Iraq Museum, Baghdad . Location: 16

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Ruins of the Roman baths at Carthage
Ruins of the Roman baths at Carthage
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Rod-formed glass pendant in the form of a bearded man
Rod-formed glass pendant in the form of a bearded man
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Ruins of Roman Carthage
Ruins of Roman Carthage
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One of the markets at Leptis Magna
One of the markets at Leptis Magna
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The Temple of Liber Pater (a fertility deity) and the agora (market place) at Sabratha
The Temple of Liber Pater (a fertility deity) and the agora (market place) at Sabratha
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The Temple of Liber Pater (a fertility deity) at Sabratha, one of the three major
The Temple of Liber Pater (a fertility deity) at Sabratha, one of the three major
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Detail of a relief depicting the troops of Tiglath-Pileser III attacking a Phoenician
Detail of a relief depicting the troops of Tiglath-Pileser III attacking a Phoenician
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An Assyrian-style ivory inlay in Fort Shalmaneser depicting a winged, eagle - headed
An Assyrian-style ivory inlay in Fort Shalmaneser depicting a winged, eagle - headed
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An ivory inlay of Phoenician workmanship found in an Assyrian palace
An ivory inlay of Phoenician workmanship found in an Assyrian palace
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Stone relief from the palace of king Sennacherib
Stone relief from the palace of king Sennacherib
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Phoenician ivory dagger handle in the form of a lion
Phoenician ivory dagger handle in the form of a lion
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Fragment showing a warrior in ceremonial dress holding a lily
Fragment showing a warrior in ceremonial dress holding a lily
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Ruins of the Roman baths at Carthage Featured Print

Ruins of the Roman baths at Carthage

Ruins of the Roman baths at Carthage. View of the hypocaust, the open space, supportedby columns, below the floor allowing the passage of hot air and smoke in order to heat the room above. Carthage was originally a Phoenician colony which was completely destroyed by the Romans in 146. Country of Origin: Tunisia. Culture: Roman. Date/Period: Built between 146-162. Place of Origin: Carthage. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ . Location: 16

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An ivory plaque of Phoenician workmanship found in the Assyrian palace at Nimrud
An ivory plaque of Phoenician workmanship found in the Assyrian palace at Nimrud
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Phoenican ivory plaque depicting part of a griffin
Phoenican ivory plaque depicting part of a griffin
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Ivory figure of Phoenician workmanship depicting a man fighting with a lion
Ivory figure of Phoenician workmanship depicting a man fighting with a lion
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A detail of a mosaic from the Roman period in the Levant depicting a prowling tiger
A detail of a mosaic from the Roman period in the Levant depicting a prowling tiger
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Small oinochoe
Small oinochoe
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Glass vase with elaborate spout
Glass vase with elaborate spout
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A detail of a mosaic portrait of a woman from the Roman period in the Levant
A detail of a mosaic portrait of a woman from the Roman period in the Levant
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A Tophet (Phoenician graveyard) at Salammbo the Phoenician port of Carthage
A Tophet (Phoenician graveyard) at Salammbo the Phoenician port of Carthage
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The basilica of Septimus Severus
The basilica of Septimus Severus
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Hannibal (247-183/182/181 BC), Punic Carthaginian, military commander, 1924
Hannibal (247-183/182/181 BC), Punic Carthaginian, military commander, 1924
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Ruins, Kerkouane, Tunisia, 4th-3rd Century BC
Ruins, Kerkouane, Tunisia, 4th-3rd Century BC
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Quadriga, Kerkouane, Tunisia, 3rd century BC
Quadriga, Kerkouane, Tunisia, 3rd century BC
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An ivory plaque of Phoenician workmanship found in the Assyrian palace at Nimrud Featured Print

An ivory plaque of Phoenician workmanship found in the Assyrian palace at Nimrud

An ivory plaque of Phoenician workmanship found in the Assyrian palace at Nimrud. It depicts a woman and is thought to represent, the goddess Ishtar. Culture: Phoenician work. Date/Period: Last third of 8th century. Place of Origin: Nimrud, Assyria, Ancient Iraq. Material Size: Ivory. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Iraq Museum, Baghdad . Location: 16

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Heads of dignitaries, Kerkouane, Tunisia, 3rd century BC
Heads of dignitaries, Kerkouane, Tunisia, 3rd century BC
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Money, Kerkouane, Tunisia, 3rd century BC
Money, Kerkouane, Tunisia, 3rd century BC
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Lions, from Kerkouane, Tunisia, 3rd century BC
Lions, from Kerkouane, Tunisia, 3rd century BC
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Dye vat in a Punic House, 5th century
Dye vat in a Punic House, 5th century
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Walls of houses in the Punic town at Kerkovane, 5th century
Walls of houses in the Punic town at Kerkovane, 5th century
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Punic lion-headed God
Punic lion-headed God
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Bath in a Punic Town, 5th century
Bath in a Punic Town, 5th century
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Punic stela of a priest holding a child
Punic stela of a priest holding a child
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Punic floor mosaic, c.6th century BC
Punic floor mosaic, c.6th century BC
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Punic townhouse and Dye Vats, 5th century
Punic townhouse and Dye Vats, 5th century
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Limestone stela with a dedication to Baal, from Carthage, north Africa, 2nd-1st century BC
Limestone stela with a dedication to Baal, from Carthage, north Africa, 2nd-1st century BC
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Punic stela with a Phoenician inscription, 2nd century BC
Punic stela with a Phoenician inscription, 2nd century BC
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Punic and Roman streets on Byrsa hill in Carthage, 2nd century BC
Punic and Roman streets on Byrsa hill in Carthage, 2nd century BC
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Head of Tanit on a gold tridrachm
Head of Tanit on a gold tridrachm
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A view towards the temple precinct of Baalbek, the ancient Heliopolis which rose
A view towards the temple precinct of Baalbek, the ancient Heliopolis which rose
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Fragment of a Phoenician - style ivory of a bearded head found in an Assyrian palace
Fragment of a Phoenician - style ivory of a bearded head found in an Assyrian palace
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The wooden gates of Shalmaneser III with bands of relief decoration in bronze
The wooden gates of Shalmaneser III with bands of relief decoration in bronze
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Roman glass from Syria
Roman glass from Syria
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Vases like this are often found in Roman burials filled with perfume for the dead
Vases like this are often found in Roman burials filled with perfume for the dead
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