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    The Lovers. Canvas (1524-1526) 163 x 337 cm Inv. 223

    40-07-07/ 6

    Theseus kills the Minotaur. Black-figured Attic amphora (6th BCE). Height 50 cm F 33


    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. Budapest ctizens queue for food and look at destroyed tanks and dead Soviet soldiers in a Budapest street.


    Servant wearing panther skin offering lotus to God Osiris (depicted with flail and crook - his devine regalia). Late Period (26th dynasty).


    Dagger with iron blade and bronze handle with bone incrustations (left). The scabbard of sheet- bronze on the right. From the necropolis in Hallstatt, Austria, tomb 116. Length, dagger 34.7 cm, scabbard 28.2 cm


    Shower room at mine Hanibal (Krupp), in Wanne-Eickel, Ruhr, West Germany, 1951.


    Festival at the court of King Arthur. From the "Roman de Saint Graal". Around 1460. Ms.527. See also 15-02-05/62.


    Empress Maria Theresia (1717-1780) surrounded by her children in widow's weeds after the death of her hus- band, Emperor Franz Stephan. Standing on her right her oldest son, Emperor Joseph II (1741-1790) Canvas (1776)


    Le Mendiant. 15cm x 25cm. INV. 1447

    39-19-09/ 1

    27 graves found at Hallstatt burial site, from a collection of 19th century watercolours painted on the site by Isidor Engel in 1878. Johann Georg Ramsauer began the excavations in 1846.

    07-01-01/ 4

    Eros et Psyche,1793. Marble,155 x 168 x 101 cm.


    Semitic tribe asks permission to enter Egypt. Tribespeople are dressed in coloured striped costumes. Mural from the tomb at Beni-Hassan 19th BCE, Middle Kingdom. Detail of 08-01-03/17. 19th century copy by Weidenbach


    The prodigal son, 1637 Canvas, 122,5 x 184 cm Inv. 7024


    Pharaoh commands the Israelites to leave Egypt; the plague of the first born; the passage of the Red Sea; the pursuit by the Egyptians. Vellum manuscript. Vellum manuscript. From "The Golden Haggadah". Catalonia; early 14th century. Shelfmark: Add. 27210 Page Folio Number: f.14v

    03-08-02/ 7

    Fibulae (clasps) and rings from the "Treasure of Duchcov", Lahost, district of Teplice, Bohemia.


    A symposion (a festive meal), guests drinking from rhytons, a girl playing the flute. Red-figured Attic terracotta bell-crater (4th BCE) Inv. IV 910

    10-03-02/ 7

    The School of Athens, one of the murals Raffael painted for Pope Julius II. In the center background, Platon, (Leonardo da Vinci), discourses with Aristotle. Right: Euklid (Bramante) explains a geometrical problem. Around 1510-12


    The bedroom of Emperor Napoleon I. in Versailles. Woodwork executed under Louis XV


    Mustafa II in armour, page of an album containing portraits of Ottoman sultans. Beginning of the 18th century; Turkey Gouache, silver and gold on paper; 16,50cm x 10,80cm MAO 2009


    Cylinder seal and imprint from Mari, Archaic Dynasties. Top register: agricultural scene, milking cows, goats. Bottom register: Human-headed bull between two heroes with maces;eagle with lion-head. H: 4,3 cm AO 10920


    The "Standard of Ur", southern Iraq, 2600-2400 BCE. Found in one of the largest Royal Tombs in the cemetery at Ur, its function is not yet understood; it could have been carried on a pole, as a "standard"; it could also have been a soundbox for a musical instrument.This is the "Peace"-side, a king banqueting; food is brought in procession. Seated figures wear woollen fleece or frigned skirts; they drink while a musician plays the lyre. ANE, 121201

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    Cult-chariot of Strettweg (7th BCE). A funerary gift for a prince whose ashes were buried in a hill tumulus. The chariot shows a sacrificial procession, with the stag as victim, sacrificed to the tall female goddess by the naked man with the axe. Bronze, height 33 cm


    Assyrian warriors empaling jewish prisoners after conquering the Jewish fortress Lachish (battle 701 BCE). Part of a relief from the palace of Sennacherib at Niniveh, Mesopotamia (Iraq)


    Vaux-le-Vicomte, "chambre du roi", the bedroom reserved for visits by king Louis XIV. One such visit led to the dismissal and arrest of Nicolas Fouquet, minister of finance. The King built Versailles with Fouquet's architect and painter. See 14-01-04/1-20


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