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Roman Marble Grave  Stele  Origin: Eastern Europe Circa: 100 AD to 400 AD Dimensions: 11.5" (29.2cm)  high x 7.875" (20.0cm) wide Collection: Classical Medium: Marble

Roman Marble Grave Stele Origin: Eastern Europe Circa: 100 AD to 400 AD Dimensions: high x wide Collection: Classical Medium: Marble

Greek gold spirals with female protomes, classical period, third quarter of the 4th century B.C. Allegedly from Selinunte,  Tarentine. Scholars are unanimous in ascribing such spiral ornaments surmounted by female protomes to Tarentum, though there is controversy as to whether they are to be considered as hair-rings or ear-ring, 2cm to 4 cm long. George Ortiz collection

Spirals with Female Protomes (a. a pair) Gold Weight: a. cm (damaged one). heads: 2 cm Allegedly from Selinunte Tarentine Third quarter of the century B.

Apulian Red-Figured Knob-Handled Patera - sp.002  Origin: Italy  Circa: 340 BC to 330 BC  Dimensions: 5.625" (14.3cm) high x 15.5" (39.4cm) depth  Collection: Classical Antiquities

Apulian Red-Figured Knob-Handled Patera - Origin: Italy Circa: 340 BC to 330 BC Dimensions: high x depth Collection: Classical Antiquities

This marble grave stele has been found in Kyzikos (Cyzicos), near Erdek. It dates back to the Late Hellenistic Period (the second half of the 2nd century BC). The inscription reads: "Demetrias, daughter of Aristodemos; Priepidos, son of Olympiodoros; Diogenes, son of Demetrios".Istanbul Archaeology Museums

This marble grave stele has been found in Kyzikos (Cyzicos), near Erdek. It dates back to the Late Hellenistic Period (the second half of the 2nd century BC). The inscription reads: "Demetrias, daughter of Aristodemos; Priepidos, son of Olympiodoros; Diogenes, son of Demetrios".Istanbul Archaeology Museums

Grave stele of a gladiator, probably from Sparta, the gladiator wears a special helmet used in the games (galea) and holds a gladius, 3rd cent BC

Grave stele of a gladiator, probably from Sparta, the gladiator wears a special helmet used in the games (galea) and holds a gladius, century AD, National Archaeological Museum of Athens

Grave Stele from Soa This marble grave stele has been found in the town of Altıntaş (Kütahya Province).  The grave stele of Gaius and Aphion, from the Roman period, bears an inscription: "Aphion dedicated her husband Gaius to the Saviour Hecate, and Apellas and Gaius have honoured the memory of their parents. Teimas (stone cutter) from Mourmate has made it".  Istanbul Archaeology Museums

Grave Stele from Soa This marble grave stele has been found in the town of Altıntaş (Kütahya Province). The grave stele of Gaius and Aphion, from the Roman period, bears an inscription: "Aphion dedicated her husband Gaius to the Saviour Hecate, and Apellas and Gaius have honoured the memory of their parents. Teimas (stone cutter) from Mourmate has made it". Istanbul Archaeology Museums

Marble Gravestone of Sime; Greek, Athens, c. 320 B.C.; 52" x 29" x 6-3/4"; Getty Museum, Malibu

The ancient Greek gravestone of Sime; mourning gestures include the touching of a chin and a symbolic handshake. (The J Paul Getty Museum)

Funerary stele of Epiginos. From Thessalonica. II-III century AD. Marble. Istanbul Arkeoloji Müzeleri. Inscription: Agatho in memory of her husband, the pheasant breeders, with the money they earned together with much hardship.

Funerary stele of Epiginos. From Thessalonica. Inscription: Agatho in memory of her husband, the pheasant breeders, with the money they earned together with much hardship.

BUTCHER / ROMAN RELIEF / 1ST/3RD CENTURY. Roman, 1st/3rd century.  Butcher shop.  (Left: customer with a shopping bag; right: the butcher, next to him a chopping block and meat hanging up). Relief from a tomb. Stone.

A butcher shop, from a Roman funeral stele. The client (left) carries shopping-bag. Butcher's block in background, pieces of meat hanging on hooks. Musee d'Art et d'Histoire, Metz, France

Paleo-Balkanic Religion Resource | Learn About, Share and Discuss Paleo-Balkanic Religion At Popflock.com

The cult of the "Thracian horseman" spread over much of the Balkans during the Roman period.

13.12.02. Mezar Steli, MÖ 6. yy. Tymandos-Yassıören. Isparta Müzesi.

13.12.02. Mezar Steli, MÖ 6. yy. Tymandos-Yassıören. Isparta Müzesi.

Graeco Roman Bronze Sculpture Of a Lion - SP.589  Origin: Israel  Circa: 200 BC to 200 AD  Dimensions: 11.5" (29.2cm) high  Collection: Classical Bronzes  Medium: Bronze

Graeco Roman Bronze Sculpture Of a Lion - Origin: Israel Circa: 200 BC to 200 AD Dimensions: high Collection: Classical Bronzes Medium: Bronze

. Grave Stele |  Artist Unknown (Greek) (Greece, Europe), 5th century B.C.

. Grave Stele | Artist Unknown (Greek) (Greece, Europe), 5th century B.C.

Relief à fronton : Cybèle et personnages annexes. 3e siècle ap J.-C. Paris, musée du Louvre

Cybele with attendants, Roman relief (marble), century AD, (Musée du Louvre…

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