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    Anna Katharina Gonzaga, second wife of Archduke Ferdinand II of Tyrol (1529-1595), in her wedding dress. Oil on canvas (around 1582) 130 x 95 cm. Inv. 8217


    La Primavera. (Part of) Flora. Detail of 40-07-01/60 Tempera on wood (1477) 203 x 314 cm Inv. 8360 See also 40-07-01/60-70


    La Bataille de San Romano: La contre-attaque de Micheletto da Cotignola - The battle of San Romano. Around 1435-1440 ?. Distemper on wood, 182 x 317 cm. M.I. 469 The battle of San Romano (1432) in which Florentine forces under Niccolo da Tolentino won a victory over Siena. Ucello's other two paintings of the same battle are in the Uffizi, Florence, and the National Gallery, London. See also: 40-07-08/45-47; 40-07-10/2; 40-14-01/4-6, 8, 9; 39-19-17/38-39, 53 .

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    Le Matin - morning, from the triptych L'Age d'Or - the Golden Age. Left wing panel. Canvas, 126,5 x 117 cm R.F.1492


    The Death of the Virgin. Oil on canvas (1605) 369 x 245 cm Inv. 54


    The Hungarian Revolution began with a first mass-rally in Budapest on October 23, 1956. It was crushed by Soviet tanks and artillery after days of street-fighting. A dead Soviet soldier lies in front of a badly damaged house on Joszef körut. Ocrober 1956.

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    Queen's lyre from Ur, southern Iraq, 2600-2400 BCE. Stringed instrument with a bull's head, found in the grave of Queen Pu-abi, part of the Royal Tombs in the cemetery at Ur. Along with the lyre were the bodies of ten women with fine jewellery, presumed to be sacrificial victims. One woman lay right against the lyre, the bones of her hands placed where the strings wuld have been. ANE 121198A


    "The Dying Lion", a stone panel from Ninveh, northern Iraq, Neo-Assyrian, 645 BCE. Small alabaster wall panel showing a lion struck by one of the king's arrows; blood gushes from the lion's mouth, veins stand out on his face.Lions sym- bolized everything that was hostile to urban civilization and there was a long tradition of royal lion hunts in Meso- potamia. From the North Palace of King Ashurbanipal in Ninveh, northern Iraq. ANE 1992-4-4,1


    The Taylor-Prism, Neo-Assyrian, from Niniveh,northern Iraq, 691 BCE. This six-sided baked clay document is a foundation record, intended to preserve Sennacherib's achievements for posterity and the gods.The prism records Sennachrib's third campaign, the destruction of 46 cities in Judah and the deportaion of 200.150 people. Hezekiah, king of Judah, is said to hve sent tribute to Sennacherib. ANE 91032

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    The "Kuffarn Situla" from Lower Austria. Situlae are bronze vessels from the early Iron Age, usually with relief decorations, which were in use as cult vessels in Italy and the Alpine regions. See 07-0103/27-31 Sheet bronze, height 25 cm


    Two boxers. Detail of the upper zone of the embossed and engraved sheet-bronze Arnoaldi Situla (Arnoaldi Necropolis, grave 2), Bologna, Italy.


    Two antenna daggers with bronze handle and scabbard, from the Hallstatt burial site, Austria. Detail of 07-01-04/10. Left dagger, overall length: 44.6 cm

    07-01-04/ 9

    Ushebti figures (servants for the deceased) from the tomb of Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings, Thebes. 1340 BCE, New Kingdom Height: 53.8 cm


    Pin-head in the form of a winged dragon (7th BCE) (Popular in Luristan for attaching clothes, the pins became a votiv object) from West Iran Cat. 132057


    Statue of king Gudea with a vase overflowing with water rich in fish. The statue is dedicated to Geshtinana,"goddess of vivifying water" Around 2140 BCE. Dolerite, H: 62 cm AO 22126


    Sleeping Ariadne. Roman replica of a marble figure (3rd-2nd BCE) found at the Villa Borgheses, Rome Length 150 cm MA 340


    The return of the dead warrior. Ajax carries the body of Achill. Black-figured amphora (520-510 BCE) Inv. F 201


    Phaedra and maid servant. Fresco (1st CE) from Pompeii.


    Ariadne. Fresco (1st CE) from Pompeii, Italy. Inv. 9047


    Fancy dress banquet. Mosaic (200-220 CE) from El Jem (Thysdrus), Tunis. Inv. 3361

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    Audience room of Frederic the Great at Sanssouci Palace (1745-1747), built by his order, near his royal residence in Potsdam, as a country seat atop sheltered terraces for vine and fig trees.


    The bathroom of Emperor Napoleon I Bonaparte in Versailles.


    John of Gaunt dining with the King of Portugal.The diners,including bishops, sit at a banqueting table while servants bring food and musicians entertain. Roy.14.E.IV.fol.244 v


    The dead Christ,1521 Canvas


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