Some innovative castle designs by my middle school students, Samuel E. Shull Middle School, Perth Amboy NJ 2017 After watching the...
Turquoise Faience Ring With Aegis of Nepthys -- 945-715 BCE -- Egypt, Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty 22 -- The Cleveland Museum of Art
During the long, peaceful reign of Amenhotep III, Egypt reached a pinnacle of wealth and splendor. This magnificent portrait captures the ruler's exotic features to perfection. He has large,
7th c. Byzantine earrings; gold, pearls, glass, and emeralds (4 x 1 3/4 in.) - Cleveland Museum of Art 1947.178.a, b
Egyptian coffins told stories and illustrated spells to help the deceased transition safely to the afterlife. Inside Nesykhonsu's coffin there are two jackals, one facing right and the other left,
Because of its extraordinary richness, this belt (also known as a girdle) was both an ornament for the body and an object of great personal luxury. Almost eight feet in length, belts like this were
Roman child- Cleveland Museum of Art | my pic
Roman Art - ancient-history Photo Octavianus Agustus - Cerca 30 BC
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from the Cleveland Museum of Art - "Eye Cup": Greece, 520 BC
The frog, because of its numerous offspring, was a symbol of fertility. In fact, the hieroglyphic sign for 100,000 was a tadpole. Frog amulets were very popular both in semiprecious stone and in
The Master of Guillebert de Mets (probably Jean de Pestivien) is named after the scribe who recorded his name in an illuminated copy of the Decameron (a collection of stories by Giovanni Boccaccio,
Appointed cabinetmaker to King Louis XIV in 1672, André-Charles Boulle became a master of furniture making in France during the late 1600s until his death in 1732. Known primarily for his use of
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Prayer nuts or "paternosters" are generally made from boxwood and carved with extreme refinement and delicacy with openwork Gothic tracery. They came into fashion as private devotional accessories in
The Cleveland Museum of Natural History is a treasure trove of over four million specimens. Find out more about this north coast gem.