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    The storm-god Adad standing on a bull, brandishing a flash of lightning. Reign of Tiglath-Pileser. The god wears the kaunakes,a garment draped over one shoulder. From Arslan-Tash, North Syria. Basalt, H:136 cm AO 13 092

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    "God with a golden hand", initially completely gilded. The god wears a long "kaunakes" which leaves one shoulder free,typical of all divinities since Akkadian periods. From Susa, early 2nd mill.BCE. Copper and gold, H: 17,5 cm AO 2823

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    The Shamash-stele:a worshipper pours a libation over a tree of life.Shamash, the Akkadian sun-god with cone-shaped headdress and staff sits on a throne. From Susa,Iran. Limestone, H:67 cm End 3rd, early 2nd mill BCE Sb 7

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    Island of Arvad (today Tyre), top right, on the Lebanese coast. Cedar wood transport for the building of a palace. Bas-relief from the Palace of King Sargon in Khorsbad, Mesopotamia (Iraq). Center panel, for continuation see 08-02-16/18,20 Gypseous alabaster.

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    Naked, circumcised prisoners of Semitic origin are led before a king on his throne.Detail:an Egyptian soldier leads two prisoners.Ivory,probably a furniture- ornament.From Megiddo,Israel.See also: 08-05-05/22-24 Collections of IDAM, Jerusalem.

    08-05-05/25

    Modern copies of tools used by La Tene smiths around 250 BCE.

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    Maenad (front view). Marble statue (4th BCE). Height 45 cm

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    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. center:Persian and Greek soldiers in close combat. Late 4th BCE; Marble, 195x318x167 cm Inv. 370 T

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    Two priestesses preparing two bulls for sacrifice. Attic red-figured skyphos (5th BCE).

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    A greengrocer. Relief on a funerary stele (1st half 3rd CE)

    10-05-03/22

    "Hungarian coronation room", Franzenfeste, Laxenburg. Art-work was collected from different castles and monasteries to decorate this room (after 1801). The Renaissance ceiling comes from Eger in Bohemia. See also 14-03-04/26

    14-02-03/60

    Ornate chest of drawers in the "Silver" concert hall, Neues Palais, Sanssouci Park. Chest by H.W. Spindler (1765).

    14-02-05/17

    Romanesque chest from Voxtorp, Smaland, Sweden. Wood, iron ornaments, hunters, animals.

    15-04-07/11

    Conquest of Mexico - The death of Montezuma at the hands of his own people on July 1st, 1520. Oil on canvas; 120 x 200 cm. Montezuma II (or Moctezuma, 1480-1520) was trained as a priest and rose to become leader of the Aztecs in 1502. At the time the Aztecs controlled most of what is now Mexico and Central America, their capital being at the great city of Tenotchitlan (Mexico City). The story goes that when Cortes arrived in 1519, Montezuma thought the Spanish conquerors were descendants of the god Quetzalcoatl. Montezuma allowed the Spaniards to enter Tenotchitlan unopposed, and he was captured and held hostage by Cortes. Montezuma was either killed by a rock in the head from a crowd of his own people, or he was stabbed by the Spaniards, depending on who tells the story.

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    The library of Emperor Napoleon I Bonaparte in Compiegne.

    26-03-04/31

    Boudoir of Empress Marie-Louise, second wife of Napoleon I Bonaparte (1808)

    26-03-04/32

    Hippocrates (Greek physician) and Galenus (Roman physician and philosopher). Fresco; 13th century

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    Goblets and oysters. Still-life Oil on oakwood (1637) 52 x 74 cm

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    The Tapestry Weavers or The Fable of Arachne. Interior of the tapestry workshop of Santa Isabel; also the story of Arachne in Ovid's Metamorphoses, where Minerva competes with Arachne in weaving a tapestry. 1657 Canvas, 220 x 289 cm Inv.1173

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    Il Parnasso.Mars and Venus. Oil on canvas (1496) 160 x 192 cm Inv. 370

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    The Madonna, detail from the Coronation of the Madonna with five angels (Madonna of the Magnificat). See 40-07-08/49-51 Tondo, tempera on wood. Diameter 115 cm Inv. 1609

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    Renaud et Armide, after Tasso's "Gerusalemme Liberata", XIV, 17-25, 1734. Canvas, 135,5 x 170,5 cm INV. 2720

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    La Nef de Fous - The ship of fools,ca 1500. Wood, 58 x 32,5 cm R.F. 2218

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    Grosstadt - Big town, center panel. Wood, distemper (1927-1928) 181 x 201 cm Inv. 0-1890

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