Classical antiquity

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Weathered Pine Stain-- No need to wait decades to get the weathered board look! This tip goes perfectly with Building classic antique furniture with pine by Blair Howard, found at HOW.

Classic Antique Cars - 1930 Pierce-Arrow Model B Dual Windshield Phaeton

Classic Antique Cars - 1930 Pierce-Arrow Model B Dual Windshield Phaeton.I love the Depression era luxury cars, really classy.

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Weathered birch wood arm chair with linen upholstery and a coordinating pillow. Product: ChairConstruction Material: Birch and linenColor: Gray and beige Features: Pillow included Dimensions: H x W x DCleaning and Care: Spot clean only

Classic antique sapphire and diamond engagement ring, stacked with wedding bands, all from Doyle & Doyle. Click to see more sapphires!

Classic antique sapphire and diamond engagement ring, stacked with wedding bands, all from Doyle

“ The Sails of Hellas. Classical Antiquity Navigation: As their website…

Figured vessel: Aphrodite in a shell, century BC, Attica Clay, polychrome paints, Copyright © State Hermitage Museum

Silver-inlaid brass planispheric astrolabe Spain, probably Toledo, 14th century. Engraved copper alloy inlaid with silver. Source: Aga Khan Museum

Silver-inlaid brass planispheric astrolabe Spain, probably Toledo, century. Engraved copper alloy inlaid with silver.

The star charts of Reiner Ottens (1698-1750) were intended first and foremost as a feast for the eye and had no pretensions to scientific precision or the presentation of the most recent cartographic information. The constellations on this chart are elaborately represented by figures from classical antiquity. In the corners of the chart are illustrations of four European observatories, including that of the noted sixteenth-century astronomer Tycho Brahe (1546-1601). This atlas is a…

Ordering the Heavens: A Visual History of Mapping the Universe

Atlas maior cum generales omnium totius orbis regnorum, Reiner Ottens, Amsterdam, the constellations are represented by figures from Classical antiquity. (Ordering the Heavens: A Visual History of Mapping the Universe

La Pythie, oracle du temple d'Apollon à Delphes - John Collier - "Prêtresse de Delphes" (1891) - Musée national d'Australie-Méridionale (Adélaïde).

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Priestess of Delphi as imagined by John Collier; the Pythia is inspired by pneuma rising from below as she sits on a tripod. Pythia was the priestess presiding over the Oracle of Apollo at Delphi. F-YEAH HISTORY

This classic, antique Victorian five-stone ring radiates with three gorgeous, intense-red, Burmese rubies separated by a pair of glistening, old mine-cut diamonds. And, if you look close, ten teeny-tiny, rose-cut diamonds are set at the corners of each gemstone. This enchanting antique ring is rendered in rich 18 karat yellow gold, and, unlike most of its more frilly counterparts, is crafted with clean, tailored lines. A beauty.

This classic, antique Victorian five-stone ring radiates with three gorgeous, intense-red, Burmese rubies separated by a pair of glistening, old mine-cut diamonds.

The lyre (Greek: λύρα) is a stringed musical instrument known for its use in Greek classical antiquity and later. The word comes from the Greek "λύρα" (lyra)[1] and the earliest reference to the word is the Mycenaean Greek ru-ra-ta-e, meaning "lyrists", written in Linear B syllabic script

Fresco -- 'A Muse Tuning Two Lyres' -- Detail from an Attic white-ground cup by the Hesiod Painter -- BCE -- From Eretria, Greece -- Belonging to Les Louvre, Paris

Classic antique silver and cut crystal has a timeless presence in any dining room - Traditional Home®

Serving pieces made from antique silver and cut crystal set a timeless formal table. - Traditional Home ® / Photo: Joe Standart

This magnificent instrument back in the acient days. It was used in Classical Antiquity, through the Islamic Golden Age, the European Middle Ages and Renaissance for all these purposes, so you can say it was pretty popular. So this was the first computer, but what about the first calculators.

Vintage & Astrolabe – Ancient instrument for locating and predicting the positions of the Sun, Moon, planets, and stars. The earliest astrolabe was created 150 B. Was an indispensable tool of astronomers, navigators and astrologers. on imgfave

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