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Medea sentada junto a Jasón y sus hijos. Sarcófago romano

64.- El Final según Eurípides

Nurse looks on with Jason and the Paedagogus as Medea gives her children gifts for the new bride, Creusa; half the frontal relief from a marble sarcophagus. Found in Rome, century CE.

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Greek terracotta figurines of the Tanagra type (named for their first find-spot), some with polychromy remaining (see labels). In the Greek galleries of the British Museum, London. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities

Relief of coarse marble showing the transport of wine into a town. The wine is carried in a skin loaded onto a wooden cart with solid wheels, drawn by two oxen.

Relief of coarse marble showing the transport of wine into a town. The wine is carried in a skin loaded onto a wooden cart with solid wheels, drawn by two oxen.

Calliope. Sculptor: Wilhelm Beyer. Calliope was the muse of epic poetry and the daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne. She was Homer's muse and the inspiration for the epic poems Odyssey and Iliad.

Calliope. Sculptor: Wilhelm Beyer. Calliope was the muse of epic poetry and the daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne. She was Homer's muse and the inspiration for the epic poems Odyssey and Iliad.

Some of the laws which prevalent in ancient Rome were a little bit strange, and some of them were totally insane.

8 Weird Laws Of The Ancient Roman Empire

Cushion and belt shop: shoppers or vendors on a relief of the Augustan age. (cast) EUR (Rome), Civilta Museum. (Florence, Uffizi).

Cushion and belt shop: shoppers or vendors on a relief of the Augustan age.

Marble statue of the Egyptian goddess Isis. The right hand has been restored as that of the goddess Ceres, holding ears of corn, a poppy-head and a date. The left hand holds the situla (pail) carried in processions by worshippers of Isis. Roman 120-150.

Marble statue of the Egyptian goddess Isis. The right hand has been restored as that of the goddess Ceres, holding ears of corn, a poppy-head and a date. The left hand holds the situla (pail) carried in processions by worshippers of Isis.

Tríptico de las Amazonas por A. von Hildebrand (1847-1921)

35.- Las Simplégades

Tríptico de las Amazonas por A. von Hildebrand (1847-1921)

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