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Lady

Lady

Original Caption: Lady..U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 111-B-1597..From:: Series: Mathew Brady Photographs of Civil War-Era Personalities and Scenes, (Record Group 111)..Photographer: Brady, Mathew,... more

Þórður Guðjohnsen, Húsavík, with his children.

Þórður Guðjohnsen, Húsavík, with his children.

Collection: Icelandic and Faroese Photographs of Frederick W.W. Howell, Cornell University Library..Title: Þórður Guðjohnsen, Húsavík, with his children...Date: ca. 1900..Place: Húsavík (Iceland)..Medium: collo... more

Portrait of Koreshan Victor Bubbett - Estero

Portrait of Koreshan Victor Bubbett - Estero

Portrait of Koreshan Victor Bubbett - Estero..Date: January 16, 1902..Physical descrip: 1 photoprint - b&w - 7 x 5 in...Series Title: Koreshan Unity Collection

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Nero

Aureus (Coin) Portraying Emperor Nero

Obverse: Head of Nero to right, laureate, slight beard visibleReverse: Jupiter enthroned left, thunderbolt in right hand, scepter in left

Octadrachm (Coin) Portraying Queen Arsinoe II

Octadrachm (Coin) Portraying Queen Arsinoe II

Obverse: Head of Arsinoe II wearing stephane and veiled to right, tip of Ammon horn visible below earReverse: Double cornucopia full of fruit, bunch of grapes hangs from each side; tied with fringed fillet Quee... more

Octadrachm (Coin) Portraying King Ptolemy III Euergetes

Octadrachm (Coin) Portraying King Ptolemy III Euergetes

Under the rule of Ptolemy III, Egypt’s realm reached its greatest geographical limits, stretching from Cyrene in North Africa to Babylon in Mesopotamia. Rather than pursue further conquests, Ptolemy concentrate... more

Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying King Mithridates VI

Tetradrachm (Coin) Portraying King Mithridates VI

The tetradrachm (Greek: τετράδραχμον, romanized: tetrádrachmon) was an Ancient Greek silver coin equivalent to four drachmae. In Athens, it replaced the earlier "heraldic" type of didrachms and it was in wide c... more

Glass phalera (medallion) with imperial portraits
Statue of Shebenhor

Statue of Shebenhor

Shebenhor’s heavy, round “bag wig” was fashionable at the time this statue was carved. The splayed toes, broad shoulders, and exaggerated narrowness of the waist are also characteristic of Egyptian statues of t... more

Fragment of a Head from a Statue of a King

Fragment of a Head from a Statue of a King

This fragmentary sculpture portrays the head of a king. Only the right side is preserved, leaving evidence that this figure wore the customary pleated headdress with uraeus on his brow. His face is beardless, a... more

Mummy Mask
Stater (Coin) Portraying Mithrapata

Stater (Coin) Portraying Mithrapata

This coin originated in Lycia, an independent country that belonged to the Greek Empire, in a district that is now southwestern Turkey. This coin displays one of the earliest known examples of a human profile ... more