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    Tree-goddess offers vivifying waters to the deceased. Mural from the tomb of Kha, architect of Amenophis III (1403-1365 BCE), 18th Dynasty, Deir el-Medina, Egypt.


    Pharaoh Seti I as Osiris, with insignia and typical pose with arms crossed. Relief from one of the chapels leading off from the inner Hypostyle Hall in the Temple of Abydos

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    Various fibulae with glass paste or coral decorations


    Artemis (?), so-called "Diana of Gabies", probably an antique copy of the "Artemis Brauronia" by Praxiteles, dedicated on the Acropolis in 346-345 BCE. Ma 529


    "Berlin Goddess". Kore with the pomegranate. Attic painted marble tombstatue (570 BCE). Height 193 cm


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


    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 Inferno Wood; 86 x 82cm Cat. 2095


    The dead Christ,1521 Canvas


    Saint Catherine's altar, triptych on lime wood (1506). Left panel: Saint Dorothy receiving roses from a young boy, Saint Agnes with the lamb, and Saint Kunigunde with the ploughshare. Saint's day: 21 January


    Still-life with flowers. Oil on canvas Size: 90 x 68 cm Inv. 1578


    Marriage A-la-Mode: 2. The Tête à Tête 1743 "Marriage A-la-Mode" was the first of Hogarth's satirical moralising series of engravings about the upper echelons of society. The paintings were models from which the engravings would be made. The engravings reverse the compositions. About 1743 Oil on canvas; 69,9 x 90,8 cm NG114

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    Queen Isabel II (1830-1904). Daughter of Maria Christina Bourbon and Ferdinand VII. Queen of Spain 1843-1868 (deposed). Canvas


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


    Stèle funéraire peinte de Sidon (painted funerary stele). 2nd-1st century BCE; 91 x 56cm AO 1191


    Bronze hydria with figurative handle: Artemis with 2 hares, 4 lions, eagle and snake. Greek import. From a tumulus at Graechwil, Switzerland Height 57.2 cm


    Horse. Bronze fibula from tomb 778, Hallstatt Archaeological Site, Austria Length 5.1 cm, height 2.9 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


    Hermes tying his sandal (see also 10-01-03/49). Attic marble figure related to Hermes Propylaios. Roman copy (2nd CE) of a Greek original by Lysippos (4th BCE) found in the theatre of Marcellus, Rome. Height 154 cm - MA 83


    Asklepios and his daughter Hygieia feeding a snake. Funerary relief, marble from the Therme of Salonika. Classical, last quarter 5th BCE Inv. 109 T


    The funeral banquet. Second panel of the "tomb of the diver", the only remaining mural of Greek classical art of the early 5th BCE. From Paestum,Italy. See also 03-05-07/59


    Emperor Hadrian (117-138 CE) standing with his left foot on a slain barbarian as a symbol of victory. Marble figure


    Bacchus on a throne. Fresco (1st CE) from Casa del Naviglio, Pompeii. Inv. 9456


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