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    Dionysos Festival with two women acolytes. Red-figured stamnos, 450-440 BCE. G 407


    Boy, perhaps the young Dionysos or Bacchus. From Savaria (Szombathely, Hungary). Ivory, 26,3 cm


    The Pyramid of the Magician, Uxmal. The entrance to the upper temple is shaped like the mouth of the rain-god Chac. The priests who prayed in the upper temple observed stars and planets for their predictions and divinations (7th-10th CE). Height 28 m.

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    Heads of the rain-god Tlaloc, not a Mayan deity but one usually connected with the Mexican Central Plateau, on the facade of the Palace of the Governor, Uxmal. The cornice is formed by an undulating serpent (7th-10th CE).


    Mask of the rain-god Tlaloc, part of the facade of the Palace of the Large Masks, Kabah, Puuc Archaeological Zone, Yucatan. End of Late Classic. 800-900 CE


    Kukulcan Pyramid at Chichen Itza, seen through the columns of the Temple of the Warriors. Kukulcan is the Maya God of Creation. Chichen Itza was founded by the Maya, but building continued under invading Toltecs after 918. Four stairs lead to the temple on top.

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    Two heads of feathered serpents, right and left of the steep stairs leading to the upper section of the Temple of the Warriors, Chichen Itza, Yucatan. 11th.


    Heads of two feathered serpents from the upper section of the Temple of the Warriors, Chichen Itza. 11th.


    Temple of the "Supreme Being",the surrogate God of the French Revolution. Faience de Nevers, 1798


    Garden of Delights Left wing: Paradise (Garden of Eden) - detail Triptich with shutters Wood; Central panel 220 x 195cm, wings 220 x 97cm Cat. 2823

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    "Providentia", a figure from the "Donner-Brunnen"- fountain in downtown Vienna. The original figures are in the museum, copies surround the fountain in town. Lead (1728)


    Dying Giant. Detail from the Hall of the Giants, Palazzo del Te, built 1525-1535 after designs by Giulio Romano as a summer residence for Duke Federico II Gonzaga.


    King Rama on a throne The Bhagavatapurana (Purana of the Blessed Lord) 1806 Or.13805 f.373

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    The Holy Trinity Chevalier Hours France [Paris]; circa 1420 Add. 16997 f.111


    Leaving the Ark Egerton Genesis Picture Book England; circa 1360

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    The Temple of Poseidon on Cape Sounion (5th BCE).


    The Temple of Poseidon on Cape Sounion (5th BCE) at sunset.


    Sunset. View from the Temple of Poseidon on Cape Sounion towards the sea and various islands.


    Temple of Apollo in Corinth (550 BCE).


    Temple of Poseidon in Paestum, the most important Doric temple still extant. 36 fluted columns, a cella with three naves. Around 450 BCE 60 x 24.3 m

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    Foundations of the Zeus Altar of Pergamon. The The altar was built during the reign of Eumenes II (197-159 BCE). When German engineer Carl Humann discovered the sculptures of the altar in 1871, he had them removed to Berlin (Pergamon Museum).


    Steps leading up to the Zeus Altar of Pergamon. The sculptures of the altar were removed in the 19th century and are now in Berlin (Pergamonmuseum).


    Auge, who was raped by Herakles and bore him Telephos, watches preparations for her son to be exposed in the mountains. Zeus Altar of Pergamon erected around 180 BCE by Eumenes II.


    The Erechtheion on the Acropolis (5th BCE) where, acccording to Greek myths, a sacred spring issued by a hole struck by Poseidon.


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