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Choose from 246 pictures in our Pyramid collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Plate 11: the pyramid of Caius Cestius to right in the background, a horse grazing Featured Print

Plate 11: the pyramid of Caius Cestius to right in the background, a horse grazing

Plate 11: the pyramid of Caius Cestius to right in the background, a horse grazing in center, a foal suckling a mare to left, a seated shepherd and another standing and pointing towards the left at right, a round composition, from Roman landscapes and ruins (Paysages et ruines de Rome), ca. 1643-48

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17th Century, Agricultural Worker, Agriculture, Animal, Animals, B And, B And W, B W, Background People, Bella, Bella Stefano Della, Black And White, Century, Circular, Concept, Country, Countryside, Della Bella, Della Bella Stefano, Etching, Farm Hand, Farm Labourer, Farm Worker, Farmhand, Farming, Farmworker, Guy, Heritage Art, Horse, Horses, Italian, Italy, Landscape, Location, Male, Man, Mariette, Mariette Pierre, Museum, Peasant, People, Pierre, Pierre Mariette, Pyramid, Pyramid Of Cestius, Rome, Ruins, Scenic, Shape, Shepherd, Stefano, Stefano Della, Stefano Della Bella, The Met, White

Building the Pyramids, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Building the Pyramids, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Building the Pyramids, 1844. Diagram showing the possible method of construction of the Egyptian Pyramids. Mr Perigal supposes the vast stones of which the pyramids were built to have been raised to their several positions by successive tiltings...The first "purchase" he concludes to have been obtained by removing the earth, beneath the stone to be raised, to the extent of one half, and then lowering the huge block into the space so formed, by the weight of a labourer placed on its unsupported end. After each tilt, he imagines the height gained, to have been secured by the insertion of a board of hard wood, or a slab of metal, of a size corresponding with that of the stone to be raised. When the stone had, in this way, attained the desired height, he considers it to have been forwarded to its destination on rollers'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

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Huaca Huallamarca San Isidro, Lima, Peru, 2015. Creator: Luis Rosendo Featured Print

Huaca Huallamarca San Isidro, Lima, Peru, 2015. Creator: Luis Rosendo

Huaca Huallamarca, adobe pyramid, possibly from Quechua wak'a, a local god of protection, a sacred object or place / sacred Walla a people, marka village. Also known as Huaca Pan de Azucar (possibly from Spanish pan de azucar sugar loaf), it's an archaeological site in Peru. It is located in the district of San Isidro, in the city of Lima. Built by the Inca culture, in the XV Century and located at the Walla tribe site