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Harappa Muded Stair
Harappa is an archaeological site in Punjab, Pakistan, about 24 km west of Sahiwal. The site takes its name from a modern village located near the former course of the Ravi River which now runs 8 km in north. This is a stair that has been...
Fragment of a figurine from the Indus Valley showing the head and headdress. The female figure wears a “crown” with a high circular headpiece flanked by large panniers (the left one missing). Penn Museum Object Number: 67-29-7 https://www.penn.museum/collections/object/113816...
Attic black-figure cup comprised of rejoined fragments. Decoration consists of: black exterior, except for the inner side and beneath handles; black interior, with gorgoneion framed within a red line; stem with red band; foot reserved on...
Fraumunster Cathedral, c. 1500 CE - 3D View
Founded in 853 CE by Louis the German (r. 843–876) in Zürich, Switzerland, Fraumünster with its convent was inhabited by the female members of the aristocracy of Europe. The convent enjoyed the patronage of kings and the abbess the right...
Female Jomon Figurine
Japanese Figurine of a Female, c. 1000 - 800 BCE, in the collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Art. From artsmia.org: Over the years, archaeologists have uncovered many different kinds of clay figurines—dogū—dating to Japan’s prehistoric...
Kamen no Megami or Masked Goddess
Dogu Figurine, known as the “Masked Goddess,” Late Jomon period, 2000–1000 BCE. Excavated from Nakappara site in Chino, Nagano National Treasure Chino city (housed at Togariishi Museum of Jomon Archaeology), in Nagano, Japan. This female...
Jomon no Binasu or Jomon Venus
Dogu Figurine, known as the ‘Jomon Venus’ from the Middle Jomon period, 3000–2000 BCE. Excavated from Tanabatake site in Chino, Nagano National Treasure Chino city (housed at Togariishi Museum of Jomon Archaeology) in Nagano, Japan. In contrast...
Nazca Geoglyphs on Mountain Top
Flattened mountain at 3 km south of the city of Palpa, Peru with small geoglyphs similar to the larger ones in Nazca. Nasca and Palpa are now considered together as an UNESCO World Heritage Site (see http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/700). The...
Ancient Nazca vessel from what's present-day Peru. This specimen dates from c. 200 BCE and 600 CE. Photogrammetry test using Autodesk 123dCatch.
Sheffield Anglo-Saxon Cross Shaft
The Sheffield Cross Shaft is a sandstone Anglo-Saxon cross-shaft dating to the early ninth century AD. The back of the cross-shaft has been hollowed out at a later period. Decorated free-standing stone crosses played an important part in...