Funerary stele containing a portrait busts and a scene of shipbuilding. Detail.

Limestone. Late 2nd century CE.
Inv. No. 7.

Ravenna, National Museum
(Museo nazionale di Ravenna)

Credits:
© 1998. Photo, text: Valavanis P., Petrakos V., Delivorrias A. Great Moments in Greek Archaeology. The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, 2007. P. 302, ill. 3. [In the book the museum is specified with an error as the National Archaeological Museum. ó Site editorís note.]
© 1995. Source of photo: Spathari E., Sailing through Time. The Ship in Greek Art (1995).
RUSSIAN

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