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The Pinnevik bathe in Lysekil, Bohuslän, Sweden

The Pinnevik bathe in Lysekil, Bohuslän, Sweden

Caravans at the Pinnevik bathe in Lysekil. The car furthest to the left is a 1951 Chevrolet. ..Husvagnar vid Pinneviksbadet i Lysekil. Bilen längst till vänster är en Chevrolet 1951. ..Parish (socken): Lysekil ... more

Necklace
Earflare
Fragment of a Funerary Naiskos (Monument in the Shape of a Temple)

Fragment of a Funerary Naiskos (Monument in the Shape of a Temple)

These three figures are chiseled so deeply into the stone that they, like the head of the man on the left, are carved nearly in the round. From the preserved portions of the males’ right arms, it is clear they ... more

Earflare
Necklace
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

Birdstone
Stela of Thenti and Nefert

Stela of Thenti and Nefert

This fragment portrays the judge and scribe Thenti sitting opposite his wife. His son, also named Thenti, stands to the right, and his granddaughter, who is sucking her finger, stands at the far left. The hiero... more

Rock crystal ring

Rock crystal ring

Plain circlet of crystal lined with gold foil. Imperial

Relief of a Falling Warrior

Relief of a Falling Warrior

Around 435 BCE, the Greek sculptor Pheidias adorned the front of the shield at the side of his gold-and-ivory statue of Athena in the Parthenon with scenes of Greeks battling Amazons in the Trojan War. In Roman... more

Head of Mars
Hieroglyphic Panel

Hieroglyphic Panel

The Maya developed hieroglyphic writing to record the names, births, marriages, alliances, victories and coronations, and deaths of their rulers. Mythological events and religious happenings were also carefully... more

Stela
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