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


    Head of man with headband, detail of 10-01-5/29,30. A more than life-size bronze statue found in the bay of Riace,Calabria,Italy, in 1972. Probably a votive statue from the sanctuary at Delphi,shipwrecked on the Italian coast. Greek original possibly by Phidias (460 BCE).


    The Goddess Isis nursing the child Horus. This Hellenistic version of the Egyptian goddess Isis wears a fringed cape around her shoulders and vinebranches in her hair. Terracotta (330 BCE-1 CE) from Alexandria, Egypt


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


    Funeral stele with a symposion scene: A man reclines on a bed holding a kylix, while a boy draws wine from a large vessel. A woman in a chair behind the man, a dog under the couch. Severe style, 480-450 BCE. Marble from Thassos. Inv. 1947 T


    La Vie et les Miracles de Notre Dame - Life and miracles of Our Lady, 1260-1270.French,parchment, 27,5 x 19 cm, 285 pages.The usurer and the beggar- woman:left,the usurer whose soul is snatched by the devil,while the beggar woman has a vision of St.Mary.


    Empress Maria Theresia (1717-1780) in a robe of Brussels lace, a present from the estates of Flanders. Oil on canvas


    The Eagle Dalmatica worn for the coronation by Emperors of the Holy Roman Empire (Duerer painting of Charlemagne).Chinese damask, purple silk embroidery with medallions and ospreys, eagles with enamel eyes. Around 1300 See 30-01-02/19-22 Inv. XIII 15


    The death of Roland. Vincent de Beauvais,"Le Miroir Historial" Ms.722/1196,folio 111 verso. French,15th.

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    Bible of St.Etienne Harding,France,School of Citeaux, early 12th. MS 12/15,vol.3,fol.13 verso: King David in majesty in the center of Jerusalem, surrounded by his musicians.


    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


    La femme au miroir - The girl and the mirror Around 1515 Canvas; 99 x 76cm Inv. 755


    La parfaite Réconciliation de la reine et de son fils, après la mort du Connétable de Luynes, le 15 décembre 1621, dit autrefois L'Entrevue de Marie de Médicis et de son fils [à Coussières, près de Tours, le 5 septembre 1619], ou encore La Paix confirmée dans le Ciel. Canvas, 394cm x 295cm. INV. 1788

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    The Peasants' Wedding. Oil on oakwood (1568) Size 114 x 164 cm Cat. 55, Inv. 1027


    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


    Romanesque codex of the 12th century: Liber Ceritanae: Queen and courtiers.

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    La mort de Sardanapale - The death of Sardanapal (Ashurbanipal, 668-627 BCE). Oil on canvas (1827) 392 x 496 RF 2346


    A lesson on hysteria by Jean Martin Charcot (1825-93), pioneer of neurology, at the hospital "la Salpetriere". The patient is Blanche Wittmann, held by Babinski, who hypnotized the patients. Sigmund Freud took lessons with Charcot in 1885-86. Oil on canvas


    Breakfast after the bath Pastel on paper, 1895-1898 920 x 810 mm

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    Fath Ali Shah (1762–1834), the secong Qajar King of Persia from 1797 to 1834, nephew and successor of Aga Muhammad Khan, founder of the Qajar dynasty. Around 1805, Iran. Oil on canvas,227 x 131 cm

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    Relief showing Zeus, Apollo and Artemis; from Brauron, Greece; 400 BCE.


    Half-moon brooch with rich pendants; in the hoop two horses drinking from one vessel. Grave 505, Hallstatt burial site, Austria Total length: 33 cm


    Trees, cacti, and plants in a religious painting of the vaulted tomb chamber of Sennedjem (No. 1), a necropolis official of the early Ramessid Period (18th Dynasty), in the cemetery of Deir el-Medina.

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