Cristian Mladin

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Terracotta Aquamanile in the Shape of a Horse Persia 1200 BC to 900 BC. The aquamanile is a zoomorphic shaped vessel used to hold water to pour over and wash your hands.

'The Art from Ancient Lands' website. Awesome pictures and info. Pic = Terracotta Aquamanile in the Shape of a Horse Persia 1200 BC to 900 BC. Auctioned thru Barakat Callery, USA & Abu Dhabi

The BUTTON backpack is inspired by minimalist design and architecture. The nude color of the leather and the simple geometry is what makes this backpack look elegant. It is entirely handmade in my studio by folding a unique piece of leather. This backpack is made of thick vegetable tanned leather which is a more natural process than that of chrome tanned leathers therefore it is easier on the environment. This leather is very delicate and will change over time with use, ageing with grace…

The BUTTON backpack is inspired by minimalist design and architecture. The nude color of the leather and the simple geometry is what makes this backpack look elegant. It is entirely handmade in my studio by folding a unique piece of leather. This backpack

Фибулы, бронза, Рим, бывш. Югославия,

Roman Empire, - c. x x Pin is intact. x x Pin is intact. Found in the former Yugoslavia

Roman running dog brooch in bronze, originally decorated with coloured enamel; Wiltshire Museum

Roman running dog brooch in bronze, originally decorated with coloured enamel;

Mummy Portrait Week! Funerary Portrait Painting of a Young Man from the Roman Period

Roman portrait of youngh man. It is an example of so called Fayum mummy portraits. Found in Roman Egypt.

Portrait of a thin-faced man  Period: Roman Period Date: A.D. 140–170 Geography: Egypt Medium: Encaustic, limewood, gold leaf Dimensions: H. 40 x W. 19.7 cm (15 3/4 x 7 3/4 in.) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1909 Accession Number: 09.181.3

Portrait of a thin-faced Egyptian man Period: Roman Period Date: A. Geography: Egypt Medium: Encaustic, limewood, gold leaf Dimensions: H.) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1909 Accession Number: