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    The Dictean Cave, Crete. Zeus is said to have been born in a cave on Mount Dikte. His cradle was hung in a tree to hide him from his father Kronos. See also 01-01-02/55.


    Temple of Apollo Epikourios (450-425 BCE).


    An unidentified deiety strangles a monstrous Giant with a lion's head and paws, and with serpents for legs. These attributes characterized the Giants as a brute Barbarian force. Zeus Altar of Pergamon erected around 180 BCE by Eumenes II.


    Ganesh, elephant-god of Hinduism. Tuol Pheak kin, (Kandal). Pre-Angkor period, 7th-8th Sandstone, H: 74 cm ka 1588


    Solar and lunar gods, 58 x 44 cm Watercolour copy of a mural from the Fundukistan monastery, niche K, Ghorband Valley, Afghanistan. 7th CE MG 24018


    Male, bejewelled deity, seated in the royal posture of relaxation. Dried clay, polychrome, H: 65 cm, L: 24 cm Afghan art, around 600 CE MG 18959


    Amenophis IV Akhnaton (1365-1347 BCE) adoring the sun. Painted sandstone relief from the Akhnaton temple project in Karnak. 1360 BCE, New Kingdom


    Amon-Min, ithyphallic god of fertility. Limestone bas-relief near the White Chapel of Karnak, dedicated to Amon-Min. Middle Kingdom (2065-1785 BCE)


    Khnoum, the ram-god. Late Period (713-332 BCE), Egypt. E 10 579


    Penmern'eb with the image of Amon-Re. A ram's head on socle and inscription: "Servant on the site of truth", 19th Dynasty (14th-12th BCE), New Kingdom, Egypt. Height 64 cm Collection Drovetti - Cat. 3032


    God Bes, who disarmed evil spirits with drolleries and laughter, especially during childbirth. Terracotta statue (14th BCE), New Kingdom, Egypt.


    Osiris, god of the Underworld. Bronze figurine from Ashkelon


    Ares, god of war. Battle of the giants against the gods. Relief from the north frieze of the Siphnian treasury (525 BCE).


    Hermes tying his sandal (see also 10-01-03/48). Attic marble figure related to Hermes Propylaios. Roman copy (2nd CE) of a Greek original by Lysippos (4th BCE) found in the theatre of Marcellus, Rome. Height 154 cm - MA 83


    Battle of the giants against the Olympian gods. Red-figured skythos.

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    Zeus on his throne. Bronze statuette (1st CE). Height 14 cm Inv. VI 304


    Rivergod Achilaos as ram fighting with Heracles Red-figured crater (450 BCE) from Attica, Greece. Height 38.5 cm G 365


    The youthful Dionysos. Fresco from Magdalensberg, Carinthia, Austria. This capital of Celtic Noricum was a centre of steel and iron trade with Rome and Roman merchants settled there even before all of Noricum became a Roman province in 45 CE.


    Princess of the Claudian Imperial family (?). In her hair a wreath of poppy blossoms, an attribute of Ceres, goddess of the Earth. Sardonyx, 3 layers. Height 5.5 cm - Inv. IX A 34


    Deity. Statuette. Bronze and silver, casting and plating, from Syria Height 20 x 4.8 cm AO 2701


    Deity. Bronze statuette (18th-17th BCE) from Tortosa, Spain Height 29 cm AO 11188


    Amulet depicting Horus Falcon. Bronze, casting, from Tal Silg 3.8 cm x 1.7 cm


    The Governor's Palace, Uxmal. The building is 100 m long and 9 m high and has 24 chambers under an ornate frieze with a cornice like an undulating snake. Rain- god Chac appears between geometric ornaments. A double- headed jaguar, symbol of death, in the foreground.


    Saint John before God and the twenty-four Elders in Heaven. The Revelation of Saint John (Apocalypse, II. Figure). Around 1496. Woodcut, 394 x 282mm. (monogrammed) Apo 4: 9 - 11


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