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    Palette with wild animals and dogs. Oval slate with hollow centre. Reverse side of 08-01-08/3. (36th-35th BCE) Pre-Dynastic Period, Egypt. Grauwacke, 32 x 17,7 x 1,8 cm E 11 052

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    Sacrifice. Bas-relief from the Akhnaton temple project in Karnak, about 1350 BCE, New Kingdom Height: 21.5 cm


    Goddess Inanna (Innin) behind her symbols (two sheafs of reed). Detail from the Warka-Vase, a limestone cult vase from Uruk, Mesopotamia (Iraq).


    Ceremonial dinner on the occasion of the wedding of Emperor Joseph II and Isabella of Parma, which took place in Vienna on October 6th, 1760. Detail of 25-01-01/40: musicians. Oil on canvas, overall size 300 x 390 cm


    A family celebrating the feast of Passover: Breaking the Matzah bread (unleavened bread). Vellum manuscript from the Barcelona Haggadah. Catalonia; 14th century. Shelfmark: Add. 14761 Page Folio Number: f.20v

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    Assyrian officer presents a new king to the vanquished Elamites at Madaktu after the battle of Til Tuba. Stone bas-relief (7th BCE) from the palace of Ashurbanipal in Niniveh, Mesopotamia (Iraq).


    Fluted red-figured krater with depiction of a sacrificial procession in honour of the Oracle of Delphi; 430 BCE.


    Horse head, ceremonial axe, insignium of a dignitary or chieftain, from the Sarviz Canal, Tolna, Hungary. Bronze Height 8.5, length 12 cm


    Attic red-figured krater showing the battle of Giants and Gods as well as a dionysan procession; 460 BCE.

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    Ceremonial meal at the Doge's Palace in the Grand Council Hall, Doge seated in the center-background. 1775-80 R.F.20801


    "Dog palette" with palm-tree, giraffes, and dogs. Oval slate with carved relief (36th-35th BCE), Pre-Dynastic Period, Egypt. E 11 052

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    Part of a temple wall with gods pouring life-giving water. Burnt clay bricks, around 1.500 BCE. H: 211 cm L: 970 cm VA 10983


    A family celebrating the feast of Passover. Vellum manuscript from the Barcelona Haggadah. Catalonia; 14th century. Shelfmark: Add. 14761 Page Folio Number: f.19v

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    Bronze leaf depicting woman in sacred ceremonial dress. From Este, Italy; 6th century BCE.


    A meeting of Freemasons for the reception of apprentices: The candidate being laid on the device painted on the floor of the Lodge, his face covered with a bloody cloth, the Officers during the address from the Master present their drawn swords to different parts of the candidate's body. Lithograph published 1st March 1812, by Thomas Palser, Surry Side, Westminster Bridge.


    Lintel,from a series illustrating the accession rituals of the ruler Lord Bird.One of his wives conjures a vision of an ancestor who emerges from the mouth of a serpent coiled through a beaded blood scroll.770 CE Limestone,69.2 x 76.2 cm, Temple 21, Yaxchilan, Mexico.


    At the close of the Salon of 1824, King Charles X distributes prizes to the artists. Among those present: composers Boieldieu, Rossini and Cherubini; painters J.B.Isabey,E.Isabey,A.Couder,L.L.Boilly,Ingres,Heim, Mme.Vigee-Le Brun. Canvas, 173 x 156 cm Inv. 5313 Painted 1827.


    The wedding of Napoleon I and Marie Louise of Habsburg-Lorraine, April 2,1810. Canvas, 185 x 182 cm


    Matzah (unleavened bread) decorated with eight Barcelonian shields, surrounded by medieval musicians. Vellum manuscript from the Barcelona Haggadah. Catalonia; 14th century. Shelfmark: Add. 14761 Page Folio Number: f.61v

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    Schist relief panel depicting the division of the Buddha's relics, from Gandhara, 2nd century. A table with thick, elaborately turned legs dominates the panel. A densely worked textile covers it, on which sit eight reliquaries. The brahmin Drona stands behind the table, in the middle of the scene, flanked by the princes. Guards holding spears flank the table legs. In the next frame stands a bare torsoed female figure with one hand on her hip, and the other holding on to the branch of a tree. According to the ancient Sanskrit text, the Mahaparinirvana-sutra, the Buddha himself gave detailed instructions for the cremation of his body and the preservation of his relics. He apparently died in the kingdom of the Mallas of Kushinagara and they performed the final rites and ceremonies as he had sanctioned. When word spread of the Buddha's death, seven of the clans from surrounding territories sent emissaries, each proclaiming his clan's right to a share of the relics. However the Mallas of Kushinagara responded by announcing their intention to keep all the relics for themselves, on the ground that the Buddha died in their territory. A brahmin named Drona intervened to ensure that all eight claimants received an equal share. OA, 1966.10-17.1


    Ceremonial axe with an iron blade. Bronze, gold, iron, Middle Syrian period, from the palace quarter of Ugarit (Ras Shamra) Length 19.7 cm


    El, father of the gods, and an orant. Bas-relief on a serpentine stele. Late middle Syrian period, from the acropolis at Ugarit (Ras Shamra), Syria Height 4.5 cm


    Cylinder seal and imprint:ritual scene and inscription Cornelian, 4,4 x 1,3cm AO 22708


    The King as a bull. 5 hands holding a cord possibly representing 5 tribes under a king defeating the enemy. Reverse side of 08-01-08/5. Green slate (36th-35th BCE), Pre-Dynastic Period, Egypt E 11 255

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