Oskar Rodriguez
Más ideas de Oskar

Cultura,Fotos,Arte Antiguo,La Historia Antigua,Maya,Pigmento Azul,Museo Nacional,Antropología,Figurilla,Engranajes,Mesoamerican,Culture,Photos

Bronze Ornament from a Chariot Pole 1st - 2nd century AD Roman, #medusa  This heavy metal ornament, decorated with the head of Medusa and inlays of silver and copper, probably comes from a currus triumphalis (ceremonial chariot) used in processions rather than a lightweight racing chariot.  Source: The Metropolitan Museum

Bronze Ornament from a Chariot Pole 1st - 2nd century AD Roman, #medusa This heavy metal ornament, decorated with the head of Medusa and inlays of silver and copper, probably comes from a currus triumphalis (ceremonial chariot) used in processions rather than a lightweight racing chariot. Source: The Metropolitan Museum

Olmec Sculpture of a Fantastic Creature, Xochipala, Mexico, Circa: 900 BC to 500 BC

Olmec Sculpture of a Fantastic Creature, Xochipala, Mexico, Circa: 900 BC to 500 BC

statue of a young Queen Tiye (1415-1340 B.C.). Queen Tiye was a full-blooded African. Her son, Akhenaton and his wife Kiya, were the parents of King Tutankhamen, who is also known as "King Tut."

statue of a young Queen Tiye (1415-1340 B.C.). Queen Tiye was a full-blooded African. Her son, Akhenaton and his wife Kiya, were the parents of King Tutankhamen, who is also known as "King Tut."

Plaque with two kneeling youths supporting a ram-headed sphinx , ca. 9th–8th century B.C.Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu).

Plaque with two kneeling youths supporting a ram-headed sphinx , ca. 9th–8th century B.C.Mesopotamia, Nimrud (ancient Kalhu).