Relief statue of Mithriades and Herakles - from Arsameia on Nympharos, from ancient Anatolian culture
An interesting relief at the ruins of Arsameia, the capital of the kingdom of Commagene in century BC. King Mithradates I Kallinikos of Commagene BC) dressed as the Zoroastrian Magi (left) shakes hands with the Greek god Hercules.
Ninhursag, Daughter To King Anu, Fashioned The Worker-Race, Slide Show
Roman relief sculpture, Aphrodisias, Turkey, Images of Roman art bas reliefs. Herakles is preparing to wrestle the Libyan giant Antaios. Herakles (left) is taking off his bow case to hang it on a pillar statue.
Stela dedicaced to Ceres?, High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) (stone). stele; Cuicul; corne d'abondance; possibily the goddess Ceres; haut empire romain; Roman colonial town in North Africa founded by the emperor Nerva (c30-98 AD) for the old capaigners of the Legion (96-98 AD), Djemila, Algeria
HITTITE RELIEF 10TH-6TH BCE Warpalas of Tyana and the weather god Tarhunza. (Late Hittite, 9th BCE) from Kemerhisar, Eregli (near Konya), Turkey. Museum of Oriental Antiquities, Istanbul, Turkey