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Etruscan Bronze Protome of a Pegasus Culture : Etruscan Period -- half of the Century BCE -- Via Phoenix Ancient Art Ancient Artefacts, Ancient Civilizations, Art Romain, Rome Antique, Horse Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture, Arte Tribal, Historical Art, Equine Art

Etruscan Bronze Protome of a Pegasus | Work of art

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Ancient Roman bronze coin of Emperor Hadrian, featuring Pegasus, circa 125 AD Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Roman Artifacts, Foreign Coins, Classical Antiquity, Coin Art, Antique Coins, Roman History, World Coins

[ancients] Post your Hadrians...

Post your favorite Hadrians. I don't have any but plan to get one. There are so many interesting types though... thought I'd see what everyone else...

Roman Mosaic of a Pegasus - Cordoba (Corduba), Spain Ancient Rome, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Roman History, Art History, Pegasus, Mosaic Art, Mosaic Tiles, Roman Artifacts

Cordoba, Museo Arqueologico: Pegasus, Roman mosaic

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ancient Greek (circa 350 BC) hollow gold ring set with a circular carnelian gem upon which is engraved a Pegasus galloping to right with an inscription “ΑΣΥΡΛ”. Roman Jewelry, Greek Jewelry, Jewelry Art, Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Objets Antiques, Rome Antique, Art Ancien

Ancient Greek Pegasus Ring

An ancient Greek (circa 350 BC) hollow gold ring set with a circular carnelian gem upon which is engraved a Pegasus galloping to right with an inscription “ΑΣΥΡΛ”. The quality of the carving is exceptional, and I could not find a similar example in the literature pertaining to the glyptic arts (intaglios). There are ancient Greek coins, for example, Corinthian staters, that can match the beauty of this workmanship, which leads me to believe that ancient gem engravers also carved the dies for…

Scaraboid gem with Pegasos Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Romans, Cameo Jewelry, Jewelry Art, Antique Rings, Antique Jewelry, Wax Seal Ring, Roman Jewelry, Classical Period

Scaraboid gem with Pegasos | MFA for Educators

Tan chalcedony mottled with white (concentrated on the convex side). Intaglio. Pierced for stringing (horiztonal) Motif oriented horizontally. Winged horse (Pegasos) galloping to the right.

Swastika on a Greek silver stater coin from Corinth, century BC. Viking Symbols, Egyptian Symbols, Viking Runes, Ancient Symbols, Mayan Symbols, Ancient History, Antique Coins, Old Coins, Rare Coins

Greek Silver Stater of Corinth - 6th century BC. A 'Grammadion Cross' - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In Bronze Age Europe, the "Sun cross" (a three- or four-armed hooked cross in a circle) appears frequently, often interpreted as a solar symbol. Co-opted by evil in the modern era, swastika shapes have been found on numerous artifacts from Iron Age Europe (Armenian Arevakhach), Greco-Roman, Illyrian, Etruscan, Baltic, Celtic, Germanic, Slavic and Georgian Borjgali.[1] Wikipedia.

Iran, Sassanian Bulla with Winged Horse and Star ,ca AD, Dia : cm. Museum of Iran Art Parthian Empire, Sassanid, Winged Horse, Arte Tribal, Magic Symbols, Archaeological Discoveries, Ancient Beauty, Historical Monuments, Alexander The Great

Iran, Sassanian Bulla with Winged Horse and Star ,ca 224-651 AD, Dia : 5.1 cm. اثر مهر ساسانی با نقش اسب بالدار و ستاره، قرن سوم تا هفتم میلادی by:‏Virtual Museum of Iran Art / موزه مجازی هنر ایران‏ (page on facebook).

 Attributed to the Ixion Painter Obverse, Bellerophon and the chimaera Reverse, two youths Magna Graecia, Classical Greece, Mycenae, Winged Horse, Greek Pottery, Pottery Making, Greek Mythology, Ancient Greece, Fantastic Beasts

Terracotta bail-amphora (jar)

Terracotta bail-amphora (jar) Red-figure; Greek, South Italian, Campanian; Hellenistic; ca. 330–310 B.C. Attributed to the Ixion Painter Obverse, Bellerophon and the chimaera Reverse, two youths The Ixion Painter was the foremost Campanian artist of the later fourth century, and the bail-amphora was favored in that region. The painter exploited the awkward, narrow verticality to depict Pegasos and Bellerophon airborne above the wounded chimaera. This mythical creature had a lion's body, a…