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This board depicts Nechtefmut with the Ancient Egyptian God, Horus. The Egyptians believed that if the whole body was shown, it would come out of the painting and kill them.
This krater was made in the archaic period by using the red figure technique. It shows a marching celebration with men playing flutes.
This is a Roman sculpture made of marble. It is uncertain if it is depicting Aphrodite or Hygieia because the tiny eros is associated with Aphrodite while the snakes are associated with Hygieia.
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Harvard Art Museums
Rijksmuseum van Oudheden
Pforzheim Jewellery Museum
Australian Rock Art
The J. Paul Getty Museum
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