ANCIENT ART
SCULPTURE | ASIA | Palmyra
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1. SCULPTURE. Syria.
“The Beauty of Palmyra.”
Limestone. Ca. 190—210 CE.
Inv. No. 2795.
Copenhagen, New Carlsberg Glyptotek.
2. SCULPTURE. Syria.
Funerary relief of Iedi Bel and his son Zabde Ateh.
Limestone. Palmyra. Roman period, 200—273 CE.
Inv. No. 3823 T.
Istanbul, Archaeological Museum.
3. SCULPTURE. Syria.
Funerary relief.
Limestone. Palmyra. Roman period, 2nd—3rd centuries CE.
Istanbul, Archaeological Museum.
4. SCULPTURE. Syria.
Funerary relief.
Limestone. Roman period, 2nd—3rd centuries CE. Palmyra.
Istanbul, Archaeological Museum.
5. SCULPTURE. Syria.
Male funerary relief.
Limestone. Palmyra. Roman period, 2nd—3rd centuries CE.
Istanbul, Archaeological Museum.
6. SCULPTURE. Syria.
Grave stele of Abkha, the daughter od Akhou from Palmyra.
Syria, Palmyra, ca. mid-2nd cent. CE.
Sandstone.
Inv. No. 1a 647.
Moscow, the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts.
7. SCULPTURE. Syria.
Headstone of a woman from Palmyra.
Sandstone. Late 2nd—early 3rd centuries.
Moscow, the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts.
8. SCULPTURE. Syria.
Head of a man. Detail.
Part of a headstone from Palmyra.
Sandstone. The first quarter of the 3rd century.
Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
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