Dionysus, detail. 1st century CE, Herculaneum, Villa dei Papiri

Dionysus, detail. 1st century CE, Herculaneum, Villa dei Papiri

Mythologie grecque - Sphinx funéraire archaïque, vers 570 avant notre ère - Musée national archéologique d'Athènes.

Esfinge de Spata, en el Museo Arqueológico Nacional de Atenas. Es una esfinge que data del año 570 - 550 a. C. y que fue esculpida por los artistas de la región de Ática en la Antigua Grecia. Arcaica Esfinge Funeraria.

goosemilk:  Head of man with headband from a more than life-size bronze statue found in the bay of Riace,Calabria,Italy, in 1972. Probably a votive statue from the sanctuary at Delphi,shipwrecked on the Italian coast. Greek original possibly by Phidias (460 BCE).

goosemilk: Head of man with headband from a more than life-size bronze statue found in the bay of Riace,Calabria,Italy, in 1972. Probably a votive statue from the sanctuary at Delphi,shipwrecked on the Italian coast. Greek original possibly by Phidias (460 BCE).

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Minoa.  The Bull was a central theme in the Minoan civilization, with bull heads and bull horns used as symbols in the Knossos palace. Minoan frescos and ceramics depict the bull-leaping ritual in which participants of both sexes vaulted over bulls by grasping their horns.  Crete    For the Greeks, the bull was strongly linked to the Bull of Crete: Theseus of Athens had to capture the ancient sacred b...See More

El otro y el labrys (el hacha ceremonial de dos cabezas, de la cual el laberinto toma su nombre), dos de las imágenes más antiguas relacionadas con la civilización griega.

Portrait de Jules César, surnommé le César « Chiaramonti » Époque julio-claudienne (Ier siècle av. J.-C.-Ier siècle apr. J.-C.) Marbre de Carrare h. totale : 52 cm ; h. de la tête : 20 cm Musées du Vatican, Vatican

Portrait de Jules César, surnommé le César « Chiaramonti » Époque julio-claudienne (Ier siècle av. J.-C.-Ier siècle apr. J.-C.) Marbre de Carrare h. totale : 52 cm ; h. de la tête : 20 cm Musées du Vatican, Vatican

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