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View of the fountain and nymphaeum in the Domus Flavia.
|Egyptian||Africa||Egyptian-Early Dynastic||Africa-Nubia||miscellaneous-private life||Miscellaneous||Active|
|Armenian subject presenting gifts||
Wearing the typcial hat, tunic and trousers of Iranian horsemen. Brings a jar, preseumably of gold, with the handle and spout decorated with winged griffons.
|Triple Arch at Timgad||
Triple arch at Timgad, built in the second century AD to replace the more functional west gate of the colony.
|Mosaic of the Lord Julius', with allegories of the Seasons||
Mosaic of the Lord Julius', with allegories of the Seasons. From Carthage. c. AD 380-400. Tunis, Museum of the Bardo.
|Domitian's Palce Original Marble Decoration||
Photograph of the original marble decoration from Domitian's Palace.
|Map of the Near East||Roman||Africa||Roman-Imperial||Africa-North Africa-Tripolitania-Lepcis Magna||architecture-fortification-gates||Architecture||Active|
|View of the Roman Forum (9)||
View of the Roman Forum.
|Egyptian||Africa||Egyptian-Old Kingdom||Africa-Nubia||sculpture-stone-free standing||Sculpture||Active|
|Campaign in Babylonia||
An Assyrian king, perhaps Sin-shar-ishkun, in his chariot and under a parasol with his driver and eunuch attendant with a fly-whisk.
|Roman||Africa||Roman-Imperial||Africa-North Africa-Tripolitania-Lepcis Magna||sculpture-stone||Sculpture||Active|
|King adoring bull||
At Alaja Huyuk. King is shown before an altar placed in front of a deity represented by a bull.
|Reconstruction of the Four-Way Triumphal Arch of Septimius Severus at Lepcis Magna||
Reconstruction of the four-way triumphal Arch of Septimius Severus at Lepcis Magna. It was built c. AD 200 and stood at the principal cross-roads.
|Roman||Africa||Roman-Imperial||Africa-North Africa-Tripolitania-Lepcis Magna||Architecture-reconstruction||Architecture||Active|
|The Triumph of Neptune and Amphitrite||
The Triumph of Neptune and Amphitrite. Mosaic panel. From Koudiat Ati near Constantine. 310 x 196 cm. c.AD 325. Paris, Musee du Louvre.
|Map of the Levant||
The Near East in the time of the Amarna letters
|Roman||Africa||Roman-Imperial||Africa-North Africa-Tripolitania-Lepcis Magna||architecture-public-theaters||Architecture||Active|
|Statue of a female figure||
Probably from the later style. The head-dress is not, so far, found elsewhere.
|Rome Capitolium Acc to Dion Halic||
Detail of temple architecture of a temple to Dionysus of Halic on the Capitolium.
|Head of a woman||
Shortly after the Akkadian Period, before the 3rd Dynasty of Ur
Praetorium, Lambaesis. Early 2nd century AD
|An Amarna letter||
Part of the diplomatic correspondence of the pharaoh. Here, the ruler of Amurru tried to explain why he himself had received the Hittite envoy but not the pharaoh's.
|Roman||Africa||Roman-Imperial||Africa-North Africa-Tripolitania-Lepcis Magna||sculpture-stone-relief||Sculpture||Active|
|NE_Early Turkey_281_Yazilikaya_Reconstruction of religious procession||
Yazilikaya. Reconstruction of a religious procession.
|Near Eastern||Africa||Near Eastern-Hittite Empire||Africa-Nubia||religious||Miscellaneous||Active|
|Painted pottery head||
From the palace of the Babylonian Kassites. The style resembles 18th Dynasty Egyptian figures, not contemporary Mesopotamian works of art.
|Roman||Africa||Roman-Imperial||Africa-North Africa-Tripolitania-Lepcis Magna||architecture-domestic-villa||Architecture||Active|
|Roman Bridge at Sommieres||
Roman bridge at Sommieres, France
|Roman Forum West End (1)||
View of the West End of the Roman Forum.
Architectural remains from Domitian's Palace.
|Impression of King Muwatallis II's stamp seal||
Weather god of Hatti, embracing the Hittite king. The hieroglyphic and cuneiform inscriptions record the name and titles of the king. Found in the citadel of Hattusas.
|Roman||Africa||Roman-Imperial||Africa-North Africa-Tripolitania-Lepcis Magna||architecture-public-amphitheaters||Architecture||Active|
|Bronze statuette of a priest||
White stone face and part of a larger construction. Had been inlaid and covered by gold leaf. Made using the lost-wax process and could have been a servant. Supposedly from Rusahinili. Urartian metalwork.
|Circus Maxentius Structures||Egyptian||Africa||Egyptian-New Kingdom||Africa-Nubia||sculpture-stone-free standing||Sculpture||Active|
|Roman walls cross section||
Roman walls cross section
|Kom Ombo: Temple of Sobek and Haroeris||
Archaeological plan of the Temple of Sobek and Haroeris at Kom Ombo
|Near Eastern||Africa||Near Eastern-Sumerian||Africa-Nubia||Seals-seals||Seals||Active|
|Twin palace buildings||
Twin palace buildings of the Early Dynastic IIIa period and a monumental gateway at Kish. Here again, circular brick columns are an unusual feature.
|Stele from Jebelet el Beida||
Huge figure in a tasselled robe, holding a mace/battle-axe and hair bound up in a 'chignon'. Antedates the second millennium BC.
|Villa Guilla Loggia||
The loggia of the Villa Guilla.
|Egyptian||Africa||Egyptian-Old Kingdom||Africa-Nubia||Papyrus-religious scenes||Papyrus||Active|
Remains of Domitian's Palace with modern buildings in the background.
|Mausoleum of the Julii Family||
Monument erected to mark the mausoleum of the Julii Family in St. Remy-de-Prevence, France.
|Ramesses III in battle with Sea Peoples||
Drawing of a relief of Ramesses III battling "sea peoples", from his temple at Medinet. From "Medinet Habu", a publication by the Oriental Institute of Chicago.
|Egyptian||Africa||Egyptian-New Kingdom||Africa-Nubia||Modern photos||Miscellaneous||Active|
Guarded the temple entrance at Tell Harmal. From the Isin-Larsa Period.
The astrologers of the Assyrian court consulted tablets like this one from the royal library at Nineveh, containing astronomical observations and predictions.
|Niemes Arles Gate||
Arles Gate, built under Augustus, in Niemes, France
|Forum of Trajan||
The Forum of Trajan in Rome
|Hadrian's Baths at Lepcis Magna||
The Baths(AD 126-7), show a mature and formal plan. The building included an open-air swimming-bath(a), frigidarium(b), plunge-baths(c), tepidarium(d), with a large central and two smaller baths(e), calidarium(f), super-heated rooms(g).
|Roman||Africa||Roman-Imperial||Africa-North Africa-Tripolitania-Lepcis Magna||architecture-public-baths||Architecture||Active|
|Forum of Augustus Firewall||
Rearview of the Forum of Augustus Firewall.
|Forum of Trajan||
Column capital with human for scale at the Forum of Trajan
Columns from Caesar's Forum.
|The palace of Yarimlim||
At ancient Alalakh. There is little purposeful planning. It lacks monumentality and is essentially an elaborate dwelling. Wood was extensively employed.
|Circus Maxentius East Walls||
Image of the East walls of the Circus Maxentius in Rome.
|Egyptian||Africa||Egyptian-Egyptian||Africa-Nubia||architecture-public-columns and capitals||Architecture||Active|
|Plan of Aosta||
Reconstructed plan of the city of Aosta
Baths at Fiesole, with the hypocaust system visible.
|Domus Transitoria Nymphaeum||
Remains of the nymphaeum from the Domus Transitoria underneath the Domus Flavia.
|Sphinx of Amenemhat III||
Sphinxes of Amenemhat were extremely popular during various eras. The exact site of their origin is uncertain, but it was probably the temple dedicated to the goddess Bastet at Bubastis. Made of Grey Granite. Height: 150cm. Length: 236cm. This particula
|Stele of Shamshi-Adad V||
The king in his court robes with the typical headdress and diadem of the Assyrian monarchy. He holds a scepter and points his right index finger in a gesture of reverence. Symbols of the cheif gods in front of his face.
|Offering bearer, from Mari||Prehistoric||Africa||Prehistoric-Bronze Age-Near East||Africa-Nubia||sculpture-sculpture||Sculpture||Active|
|Temple A at Largo Argentina||
Temple A at Largo Argentina with a few columns of Temple B visible at far left