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    Apollo (with lyre) and Artemis sacrificing over a fire burning on an altar. Red-figured Attic hydria, 490-480 BCE Terracotta, height: 40.5 cm, diam.: 35.3 cm

    10-03-02/10

    Victory stele of King Naram-Sin of Akkad in horned tiara near a mountain summit, with soldiers. Rose limestone stele (2230 BCE) Originally from Mesopotamia - found in Susa, Iran 200 x 105 cm - Sb 4

    08-02-04/ 1

    The Code of Hammurabi (1792-1750 BCE), 282 laws. Hammurabi standing before the sun-god Shamash. Engraved black basalt stele (1st half 19th BCE, 1st Babylonian Dynasty). Engraved in cuneiform letters. Originally from Babylon, found at Susa, Iran. Height 225 cm

    08-02-04/44

    The eighth hour of the Anduat (Book of the Underworld). The ship of Ra floats through the Underworld, preceded by the snake Mechen, which guards the re-birth of the sungod Ra from the fifth hour onwards. Pen on papyrus (12th-9th BCE), New Kingdom, Egypt.

    08-01-10/47

    Pectoral of the Chief Ointment-maker Pa-nehersj. Two goddesses, Isis and Nephtys, praying to the scarab as a symbol of the sungod Ra. The scarab is seen in its morning-shape of Chepre, a symbol of rebirth. Carnelian faience (ca. 1200 BCE), New Kingdom, Egypt. Inv. 1984

    08-01-10/51

    Apollo and Daphne, 1846. Apollo pursues the nymph Daphne, who prays for help and is turned into a laurel tree (Daphne = Greek laurel) Canvas, 53 x 35,5 cm R.F.3870

    40-11-07/33

    Sacrifice. Bas-relief from the Akhnaton temple project in Karnak, about 1350 BCE, New Kingdom Height: 21.5 cm

    08-01-02/14

    Sacrifice to Apollo. Red-figured Attic crater (around 430 BCE). Height 33 cm G 496

    10-03-01/28

    Adadnirari III (810-783 BCE) worshipping divine emblems - and an inscription. Bas-relief on an obelisk (7th BCE) erected for the Assyrian King Adad, from Sabaa, Yemen

    08-02-06/49

    Two winged sphinxes topped by a winged disk, emblem of the god Ahura Mazda. Enamelled brick panel (6th-5th BCE) from Susa, Iran. Overall size 120 x 117 cm Sb 3324

    08-02-07/39

    The Code of Hammurabi (1792-1750 BCE), 282 laws. Hammurabi standing before the sun-god Shamash. Engraved black basalt stele (1st half 19th BCE, 1st Babylonian Dynasty). Engraved in cuneiform letters. Originally from Babylon, found at Susa, Iran. Height 225 cm

    08-02-04/43

    Helios on his chariot drawn by four horses. Monumental southern Italian Greek vase (330 BCE) from Canosa di Pulia, Italy.

    10-03-01/63

    The royal family of Amenophis IV Akhnaton offers a sacrifice to Aton, the sungod. Relief from Amarna, Egypt, 1350 BCE, New Kingdom 105 x 50 cm

    08-01-02/10

    Apollo and Daphne. Apollo pursues the nymph Daphne, who prays for help and is turned into a laurel-tree. (Daphne = Greek laurel) Canvas, 96 x 79 cm R.F. 2107

    40-08-05/62

    The creation of the world. The Book of the Dead by Chensumose, a priest of Amun-Ra.Drawing shows an "ogdoade",an assembly of eight gods creating the world. Papyrus,21st dynasty(1080-960 BCE),3rd Intermediate Period.

    08-01-08/30

    Apollo of Siebenbuergen (Transsylvania). The god would have held a bow in his lowered right hand and a laurel twig, symbol of atonement, in his left hand. Bronze, H: 282,5 cm Inv. VI 2848

    10-02-01/46

    Apollo and Daphne. Apollo pursues the nymph Daphne, who prays for help and is turned into a laurel-tree. (Daphne = Greek laurel). Detail of 40-08-05/62. Canvas, 96 x 79cm. R.F. 2107

    39-19-18/37

    L'Empire de Flore - Flora's Realm, 1631 Three gods - Flora, Apollo and Pan; Ajax killing himself, Adonis and Hyacinth both wounded: spring and flowers issue from death. Canvas, 131 x 181 cm

    40-11-05/10

    The torture of Marsyas. Canvas (1570-1575) 212 x 207 cm

    40-08-03/29

    From the book "A Guide through the Underworld" (sequel to 08-01-10/48). From left to right: Man praying to the God Anubis; the red disk of the sun; the pavian-god of wisdom; man harvesting grain. (12th-9th BCE), New Kingdom, Egypt.

    08-01-10/49

    Apollo, Chiron, and Hippocrates. Fresco (1st CE) from the Casa d'Adonide or della Regina Carolina, Pompeii, Italy. Inv. 8846

    11-01-02/54

    The Sungod Shamash receiving homage from three small figures. His emblem, the Solar disk, appears on the altar. The tablet was dedicated by a Babylonian king of the 9th BCE, who restored the temple of Shamash in Sippar. Positive cast from the original mould

    08-02-06/63

    Poseidon, Apollo, and Artemis. Relief (440-432 BCE) from the east frieze of the Parthenon, Athens, Greece. Inv. 856

    10-01-01/30

    The punishment (martyrdom) of Marsyas who challenged Apollo in fluteplaying. Mardyas won, but was skinned alive. Marble figure (1st-3rd CE). Roman copy of a Greek original of the 2nd BCE Height 256 cm - MA 542

    10-01-02/53

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