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    The fountain of Grace and the triumph of the Church over the Synagogue Wood; 181 x 116cm Cat. 1511


    The painter (Vermeer's self-portrait) and his model as Klio. Oil on canvas (1665-1666) 120 x 100 cm Cat. 395, Inv. 9128


    Seven large tapestries illustrate the Battle of Pavia in 1525,in which Emperor Charles V.defeated French King Francois I.The invasion of the French camp;women and civilians follow the fleeing French army. A French munitions depot blows up. 440 x 818 cm Inv.IGMN 144488


    Archduchess Marie Antoinette (1755-1793), wife of King Louis XVI, died on the guillotine. Inv. GG 2132


    Alexandre et Porus - Alexander the Great and Porus, King of India, 1673 Canvas, 470 x 1264 cm INV.2897


    The Annunciation. Fresco (1482)


    Rekhmere inspects woodcarvers and carpenters. Wallpainting in the tomb of Rekhmere, vizier under Pharaohs Thutmosis III and Amenophis II (18th Dynasty, 16th-14th BCE) in the cemetery of Sheikh Abd al-Qurnah.


    High-ranking official. Bronze statue, Middle Kingdom (before 18th BCE), Egypt. E 27 153


    Two gypsum statuettes with folded hands A) Male figure, height 72 cm - Nr. 19752 B) Female figure, height 59 cm - Nr. 19751 From Eshnunna (Tel Asmar),from the "temple carre" of the God Abu.

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    Cylinder seal and imprint; harem scene or cultic scene before the queen or goddess Anahita. Achaemenid period, 6th-4th BCE Calcedon (quartz) AO 22359


    The "Alexander Sarcophagus" from the Phoenician royal necropolis at Sidon, was made for Abdalonymos, King of Sidon. Battle of Issos (also known as Battle of Issus), 5 November 333 BCE. detail right:a Persian officer falling from his horse;Perdiccas,Viceroy of Egypt. Late 4th BCE; Marble, 195x318x167 cm Inv.370 T


    The nurse Euriklea washes Ulysses' feet after his return. Attic red-figured skyphos (440 BCE) from Chiusi.


    Theseus kills the Minotaur, Theseus Mosaic. Floormosaic from a Roman villa (4th). Loigersfelder near Salzburg, Austria Size 56.5 x 58 cm See also 10-01-09/66-68 Inv. II 20


    Frederick the Great's study and chair in which he died in 1786, at Sanssouci Palace (1745-1747) built by his order near his residence in Potsdam, as a country seat atop sheltered terraces for vine and fig trees.

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    Study with writing desk, 1725. Schloss Weissenstein zu Pommersfelden, 1711-1718.


    Marguerite de Valois ("La Reine Margot),1553-1615, dancing la Volta at the Valois Court. Canvas

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    The salon of Princess Mathilde, daughter of king Jerome and Queen Catherine of Wuerttemberg, at the rue de Courcelle in Paris, 1859. Oil on canvas.


    Jean Andre,Novela super Sexto,Italy,14th. MS 620,fol.173. A class at a university;Initial N with teacher.


    A painter drawing a group of girls. From "Romance of the Rose", one of the most popular medieval texts. It tells the story of a lover's dream during which he undergoes various trials to find his ideal love. The first 400 lines were written by Guillaume de Loris between 1225 and 1230. 40 years after Loris' death the novel was completed by Jean de Meun. ID:Harley 4425,fol.142


    Dulle Griet - Mad Meg. Oil on oakwood (1562-1566) 117 x 162 cm


    Aeneas and Dido,sketch for a larger oil. Canvas,35 x 45 cm R.F.762


    Book of the Dead of the scribe Nebqed,reign of Amenophis III (1391-1353 BCE), 18th dynasty. Detail:the arrival of the dead before Osiris. Painted papyrus,total size 630 x 30 cm,from Thebes. Papyrus,L:630 cm


    This stele comes from the Tophet in Carthage (today Tunisia) Such grave markers were set up over burial urns for small children and animals which had been sacrificed to the goddess Tanit and her consort Baal Hammon.Canaanite symbolism: sun,crescent moon and triangle; the goddess below. ANE 125117


    Masked doctor during the plague in Venice. From the Grevenbroeck manuscript; 17th century.


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