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Iberian Bull Sculpture
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Iberian Bull Sculpture

Iberian-Celtic bull sculpture from Saguntum (Sagunto), Spain. 4th century BCE. (Archaeological Museum, Sagunto)
Screen Sculpture, Chartres Cathedral
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Screen Sculpture, Chartres Cathedral

A detail of the sculpture which adorns the screen of the chancel of Chartres Cathedral, France. Executed from c. 1530 CE and slowly added to over the following two centuries, the screen has 40 niches containing large figure sculptures depicting...
Roman Sculpture of an African Acrobat
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Roman Sculpture of an African Acrobat

This marble sculpture from Rome, Italy dates to sometime between the 1st Century BCE and the 1st Century CE. It portrays a young male Aethiopian, or black African, acrobat balancing on a crocodile. (British Museum, London)
Danubius Sculpture, Lepenski Vir
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Danubius Sculpture, Lepenski Vir

A quartz sandstone sculpture dating back from c. 6300 – c. 5900 BCE found at Lepenski Vir (Serbia). (Lepenski Vir Museum)
Standing Taishaku Ten Sculpture
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Standing Taishaku Ten Sculpture

This sculpture dates from 10th-century CE Japan and is made of wood with polychrome. It depicts the deity Sakra Devanam Indra (or "Taishaku Ten" in Japanese). This deity may be traced back to Indra, a god of war in ancient India who was alted...
The Family Founder Sculpture, Lepenski Vir
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The Family Founder Sculpture, Lepenski Vir

The Family Founder (Serbian Cyrillic: Родоначелник) is a quartz sandstone sculpture dating back from c. 6300 – c. 5900 BCE found at Lepenski Vir (Serbia). (Lepenski Vir Museum)
Adam Sculpture, Lepenski Vir
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Adam Sculpture, Lepenski Vir

A quartz sandstone sculpture dating back from c. 6300 – c. 5900 BCE found at Lepenski Vir (Serbia). (Lepenski Vir Museum)
Eastern Han Pig Sculpture
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Eastern Han Pig Sculpture

A dolomite sculpture of a recumbent pig. Eastern Han Dynasty, 25-220 CE. Height: 3 cm. Length: 10.6 cm. (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)
Nandi Sculpture
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Nandi Sculpture

A serpentine stone sculpture of Nandi, the sacred bull calf and vehicle of the Hindu god Shiva. The Deccan, India, 1550-1650 CE. (Victoria & Albert Museum, London)
Nabataean Relief Sculpture of Atargatis
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Nabataean Relief Sculpture of Atargatis

This stone sculpture of Atargatis (Ataratheh), the Syrian goddess of fertility in Classical Antiquity, once decorated the entrance of a Nabataean temple in modern-day southern Jordan. The Nabataeans were a prosperous people who built a wealthy...
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