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    Tombstones of Tiberius Julius Rufus and his son, Petronius Rufus and their wives.


    Bust of a man. Bas-relief and inscription in Aramaean and Hebrew: "chawal" (sorrow) (1st CE), from Palmyra, Syria.


    Frederick the Great's study and writing table at Sanssouci Palace (1745-1747), built by his order near the royal residence in Potsdam, atop sheltered terraces for vine and fig trees.


    Saint Gregory. Lettre de Saint Gregoire, French,1150-1200, fol.1 verso.


    Alnwick Castle,Northumberland:chimney-piece with mirror,arm-chairs and chandelier.


    Apocalypse d'Angers,1373-1387,a series of tapestries woven for Louis I.,Duke of Anjou. The Great Whore of Babylon (Revelations 17:3-6):"And there came one of the seven angels which had the seven vials and talked with me, saying unto me: "Come hither, I will show unto thee the judhement of the great whore that sitteth on many waters..:

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    Empress Maria of Austria (1528-1603), daughter of Emperor Karl V, wife of her cousin Maximilian II.She bore her husband fifteen children, among them Emperors Rudolf II and Matthias. Companion piece to 26-04-03/35, Canvas,181 x 90 cm Inv.2110


    A Sunday afternoon on the Island of the Grande Jatte. 1884/85 Canvas,69,8 x 104 cm

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    Un apres-diner au XVIII siecle - After-dinner entertainment in the 18th century. R.F.1980-8


    Bytom,Poland, an ugly mining town,1956

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    Trivellino. Commedia dell'arte. From "Masques et bouffons" by Maurice Sand, son of writer George Sand (Aurore Dupin) Etching; 19th century.


    Ladies offering a lemon and a mandragora root to another lady during a banquet. Detail of a wallpainting in the tomb of Nakht, scribe and priest under Pharaoh Thutmosis IV (18th Dynasty, 16th-14th BCE),in the cemetery of Sheikh Abd al-Qurnah.


    Wooden box for "Ushebtis", on the side God Anubis weighing souls. Box decorated with small funerary figurines and servants for the Hereafter. Wood/stucco/paint, Middle Kingdom (2060-1785 BCE) N 4124


    The Goddess Isis as magician. Bronze from Alexandria,H:57 cm Inv.Dutuit 6


    Female nude, arms with small wings. From a child's tomb, Susa. Mid-Elamite, Sukkalmah dynasty, early 2nd mill.BCE. Terracotta Sb 2796


    Water-Goddess with vase and water spouting from the vase. Stone statue,detail. Archaic Dynasties See also 08-02-04/25 and 26 Early 2nd millennium BCE


    A ship, symbol of life, with lowered sails. Relief on the mausoleum of C. Munatius Faustus, built by his wife Naevoleia Tyche (1st half 1st CE). From the west side of Via dei sepolcri, Pompeii.

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    Ulysses and Elpenor meeting in the underworld after Elpenor's death in Circe's cave. Attic red-figured pelike (5th BCE).


    Roman soldier on horseback attacking a fallen Barbarian Bronze figurine from a horse's harness. Detail of 10-05-05/59 12 x 9.5 cm Inv. VI 2350


    Insignia of Order of the Holy Spirit: coat, hat, sword, presented to King John Sobieski by Pope Innocent in gratitude for assistance in raising the Turkish siege of Vienna in 1683.


    The horsemen of the Apocalypse, from the Tapestry of the Apocalypse, made for Louis I of Anjou from cartons (patterns) by Hennequin de Bruges.The tapestry was woven in Paris in the workshop of Nicolas Bataille, 1375-1380. 168 x 500 cm. (Revelations 9:17):"And thus I saw the horses in the vision, and them that sat on them, having breastplates of fire, and of jacinth, and brimstone."


    The Turkish Bath, detail 1862 Canvas on wood, diameter 110 cm


    The wedding dance - Danse de noce en plein air. Oak wood, 38.5 x 51.5cm. Inv. 8725


    The Swing, 1767. Oil on canvas, 81 x 64 cm.


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