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The Beasts

“The beast” or “La Bete de la Mer” refers to a tapestry that depicts two beasts, one from the earth and the other from the sea sharing a…

Support Image for the Annunciation Diptych

This is a supporting image for the Annunciation Diptych painted by Jan van Eyck in 1433-1435. This image is part of the Ghent Altarpiece, also known as the…

The Annunciation Diptych

This piece is not a statue, but an oil painting on panel entitled “The Annunciation Diptych.” Jan van Eyck had finished this diptych circa 1433-1435. It measures 38.8…

Support Image for Old Satyr Red-Figure Bell Krater

This is a supporting image for the Old Satyrs on an Attic Red-Figure Bell Krater. This piece of pottery was made between 430-420 BCE. Just like the bell…

Support Image for the Borovo Treasure

This is a support image for the Borovo Treasure. Like the rhyta in the Thracian table set, this silver gilt rhyton morphs into the head of a deer….

Support Image for Scarab Pectoral

This is a support image for the Scarab Pectoral that belonged to King Tutankhamen. It is composed of the throne name of King Senwosret II, and was found…

Support Image for Maconiana Severiana Sarcophagus

This is a support image for the Maconiana Severiana Sarcophagus image. It is titled as the Triumph of Dionysus and the Seasons Sarcophagus. As our original piece, it…

Supporting Image for Neptune and the Seasons Mosaic

This is a support image for the Neptune and the Seasons Mosaic. It is titled as the Triumph of Neptune Mosaic. Like our main piece, it depicts the…

Support Image for Eros Farnese

This is a support image for the Eros Farnese, known as the Eros Centocelle. It is another Roman copy that was made from the original Greek Eros of…

Sarcophagus of Maconiana Severiana

The image our group was given was of a small scene from the side of a Roman sarcophagus. The sarcophagus was made of marble and belonged to a…

Eros Farnese

This piece of artwork is held at the National Archaeological Museum of Naples, in Naples, Italy. This Roman copy of Eros, the Greek god of love, is made…

Neptune and the Seasons Mosaic

This floor mosaic depicts Neptune upon his chariot pulled by four hippocampi. Neptune is the Roman equivalent to the Greek god Poseidon, and is known for his beauty…

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