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A Neo-Assyrian obsidian lamashtu amulet, circa 8th-7th century B.C.

A Neo-Assyrian obsidian lamashtu amulet, circa 8th-7th century B.C.

A Neo-Assyrian obsidian lamashtu amulet, circa century B.

Hound's Head Appliqé from a Bed, 1st Century, The Walters Art Museum

Cast Bronze Hound’d Head Appliqué from a bed Roman Century AD The hound was associated with the Roman wine-god Bacchus and often decorated domestic objects. The naturalistic rendering of the.

Flat marble idols of Kültepe / Karahöyük (EB III) - Museum of Anatolian Civilization

Flat marble idols of Kültepe / Karahöyük (EB III) - Museum of Anatolian Civilization

Fragment of an idol, double necklace, long braids and knot, type Selenkahiye. Height: 9 cmSyria, 2000 B.C.

Fragment of an idol, double necklace, long braids and knot, type Selenkahiye. Height: 9 cmSyria, 2000 B.C.

A Sumerian Marble Amulet of a Wild Boar, Late Uruk/Jemdet Nasr Period, ca. 3100-2900 B.C.

A Sumerian Marble Amulet of a Wild Boar, Late Uruk/Jemdet Nasr Period, ca.

Famed Cave Canem – Mosaic dog – Pompeii, Italy – the cha Mosaic of a Watch dog pompeii – mharrsch mosaic dog – Pompeii, Italy – iNezy13 This mosaic is found at t…

Dogs in Ancient Roman Mosaic Art – Alexandria, Berlin, Gaziantep, Herculaneum, Istanbul, London, Naples, Paris, Pompeii, Rome, Sicily, Tunis & Volubilis

Famed Cave Canem – Mosaic dog – Pompeii, Italy – the cha Mosaic of a Watch dog pompeii – mharrsch mosaic dog – Pompeii, Italy – This mosaic is found at t…

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