Roman Farmer's calendar. Rome, Museo della Civiltà Romana, inv. M.C.R. n. 3485 Each side bears the names of three months of the year. For each month we can see, starting from the top: the number of days in it; the day on which the Nones (the day of the Moon's first quarter) falls; the duration of the day and night expressed in hours; the sign of the zodiac; the protecting divinity; work to be attended to in the fields; and the most important festivities.
Ingá Stone - Paraíba - Brazil - It is a rock formation in gneiss which covers an area of approximately 250 m². It's a vertical wall 46 meters long by 3.8 meters high with entries whose meanings are unknown. In this set are carved in low relief, several figures, animals, fruits, and humans and constellations like Orion and The Milky Way.
China, cultura longshan, neolítico || Shandong Museum
Head of an Etruscan Statue in the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Shawabty of Djehutymose, c. 1279-1213 BC Egypt, New Kingdom, Dynasty 19 polychrome faience | Cleveland Museum of Art