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    Cult-chariot of Strettweg (7th BCE). A funerary gift for a prince whose ashes were buried in a hill tumulus. The chariot shows a sacrificial procession, with the stag as victim, sacrificed to the tall female goddess by the naked man with the axe. Bronze, height 33 cm

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    Cult-chariot of Strettweg, detail of 07-02-02/28. A funerary gift for a prince whose ashes were buried in a hill-tumulus. Centerpiece: the goddess, to whom the stag was to be sacrificed. Bronze (7th BCE). Height 33 cm. See also 07-02-02/28-31

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    Nobles carry coats-of-arms, the royal and the imperial crowns, the sword and a herald's coat in the funerary procession held for Emperor Karl V in Brussels, 1558. The only hand-coloured copy of the book was a present from Karl's son Philip II to his councillor Granvella.

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    Nobles and high clergy, led by Count Schwarzenberg, carry the collane of the Order of the Golden Fleece, the Imperial scepter, sword, orb and crown, in the funerary procession held for Emperor Karl V in Brussels in 1558. Book printed by Plantin-Moretus in Brussels.

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    Heralds and Spanish nobles, heralds'coats, standards and caparisons with the Imperial Eagle, in the funerary procession held in Brussels for Emperor Karl V, 1558. The only hand-coloured copy of the book was a present of King Philip II to his Councillor Cardinal Granvella.

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    Book describing the funerarary procession held for Emperor Karl V in Brussels, December 29,1558 (he died in San Yuste and was buried in the Escorial). This hand coloured copy is a present from King Philip II to Councillor Cardinal Granvella.Printers: Plantin-Moretus

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    Float with the three virtues Caritas, Fides and Spes (Charity, Faith and Hope), from the book describing the funerary procession held in Brussels for Emperor Karl V The only hand-coloured copy was a present from Spanish King Philip II to his Councillor Cardinal Granvella.

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    Mural from the Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak. Kazanlak, Valley of Roses, Bulgaria; 4th century BCE. The Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak is a vaulted brickwork "beehive" (tholos) tomb near the town of Kazanlak, central Bulgaria. The tomb is part of a large Thracian necropolis. It comprises a narrow corridor and a round burial chamber, both decorated with murals representing a Thracian couple at a ritual funeral feast. The monument dates back to the 4th century BCE and has been on the UNESCO protected World Heritage Site list since 1979. The murals are memorable for the splendid horses and especially for the gesture of farewell, in which the seated couple grasp each other's wrists in a moment of tenderness and equality. The paintings are Bulgaria's best-preserved artistic masterpieces from the Hellenistic period. The tomb is situated near the ancient Thracian capital of Seuthopolis.

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    Pharaoh Horemheb, then still a general, takes part in the funeral procession. Detail from 08-01-10/30. Painted linestone (around 1320), 18th Dynasty, New Kingdom, Egypt. Inv. 12 411

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    Spanish nobles lead a riderless horse with Emperor Karl V's motto "Plus Ultra",in the funerary procession for Karl V held in Brussels in 1558. (The Emperor died in San Yuste and was buried in the Escorial, Spain) Book printed by Plantin-Moretus in Brussels.

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    Death from famine, around 1470-1480. Dead bodies lying in the middle of the path, with a group of onlookers keeping their distance behind the trees. To the right a funeral procession with a woman carrying a small coffin in her arms. From "Premier volume des anchiennes et nouvelles chroniques d'Angleterre". ID: Roy 15 E.IV. fol.187

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    The sons of the defunct in the funeral procession. Detail from 08-01-10/30. Painted limestone (around 1320 BCE), 18th Dynasty, New Kingdom, Egypt. Inv. 12 411

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    Funeral procession from an unidentified tomb; upper register: pottery vessels stand in bowers, ready to be smashed as the procession passes. Extreme right: wai- ling woman with flowing hair. Lower register: the bera- ved with all their titles. Limestone (1320 BCE), Egypt

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    A rider in a procession. From a box-tomb of the mid-4th BCE, from Paestum (See 10-04-03/2) Inv.9364

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    The sun-boat or funeral-boat of Pharaoh Cheops.The 1224 individual parts of the boat were discovered in 1954 in a deep ditch next to the Cheops pyramid. Such boats were used in the ritual voyage of the dead Pharaoh along the Nile. Cedar wood, L:46 m

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    Nobles carry the "Grand Imperial Standard" and the "Grand Imperial Banner". From the book on the funerary procession held for Emperor Karl V in Brussels in 1558. This only hand-coloured copy was a gift from Spanish King Philip II to his Councillor Cardinald Granvella.

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    The herald of the Order of the Golden Fleece precedes Spanish King Philip II in the funerary procession held for Emperor Karl V in Brussels, 1558. The only hand- coloured copy of this book was a gift from Philip II to his councillor Cardinal Granvella.

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    Mourning bystanders. Detail from the funeral procession of 08-01-10/30. Limestone (around 1320 BCE), 18th Dynasty, New Kingdom, Egypt. Inv. 12 411

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    Procession of warriors and horsemen. From a box-tomb of the mid-4th BCE in Paestum. Inv. 9363

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    Nobles of many nationalities lead riderless horses in the funerary procession held for Emperor Karl V in Brussels, 1558. The only hand-coloured copy of the book was a present from Karl's son, Philip II, to his councillor Cardinal Granvella.Printers:Plantin-Moretus

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    The "Sarcophagus of Mourning Women", a column-type sarcophagus, was found in the Phoenician royal necro- polis at Sidon.18 mourning women stand between columns. The top register shows a funeral cortege. Mid-4th BCE; Pentelic marble,179x265x138cm Inv.368 T

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    Procession of gods from the funeral temple of Pharaoh Sahure (2552-2430 BCE). Painted limestone (around 2350 BCE), 5th Dynasty, Old Kingdom, Egypt. Inv. 21 784

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    Mourners in a funeral procession. Man on extreme left visibly shaken and crying. Detail from 08-01-10/30. Painted limestone (around 1320 BCE), 18th Dynasty, New Kingdom, Egypt. Inv. 12 411

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    Funeral rites: a female choir dancing and singing in the funeral procession. Mid 4th BCE From tomb 11, a semi-chamber tomb, Ruvo, Italy Inv. 9353

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