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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

Grave stele of Hespéris. Second quarter of the third century AD.  Oturak (Turkey) - Roman -  Louvre Museum

Grave stele of Hespéris. Second quarter of the third century AD. Note the spindle and distaff at the top of the stele.

<em>Funerary Stela of C. Julius Valerius</em>, 3rd century C.E. Limestone, traces of paint, 14 3/16 x 10 1/16 x 2 3/16 in. (36 x 25.5 x 5.5 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Evangeline Wilbour Blashfield, Theodora Wilbour, and Victor Wilbour honoring the wishes of their mother, Charlotte Beebe Wilbour, as a memorial to their father, Charles Edwin Wilbour, 16.105. Creative Commons-BY (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, 16.105_PS1.jpg)

Funerary stela of C. Julius Valerius, made in Egypt (limestone with traces of paint), Roman, century AD

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 stele (grave marker) of a woman | Greek, Attic | Late Classical | The Met

Marble stele (grave marker) of a woman Period: Late Classical Date: ca.

Upper part of the marble stele (grave marker) of Kallidemos / Late Classical. Greek, Attic, ca. 350-325 B.C..

Upper part of the marble stele (grave marker) of Kallidemos / Late Classical. Greek, Attic, ca.

Мраморная стела (надгробный камень) женщины Период: Позднего Классицизма Дата: середина 4 века до н. э. Культуры: Греческая, Чердачное Средний: Мрамор Размеры: 48 Х. в 1/16. (122 см) Классификация: Каменные Скульптуры Кредитная Линия: Харрис Брисбен Дик Фонд, 1948 Инвентарный Номер: 48.11.4

Marble stele (grave marker) of a woman Period:Late Classical century B. Culture:Greek, Attic Medium:Marble Dimensions:H.

Marble stele (grave marker) of a young girl  Period: Classical Date: ca. 440–425 B.C. Culture: Greek, Boeotian

Marble stele (grave marker) of a young girl Period: Classical Date: ca. Culture: Greek, Boeotian Medium: Marble, Pentelic Dimensions: Overall: 39 x 18 x 5 in. x x cm) Classification: Stone Sculpture Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1911 Accession Number:

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