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"Как вы можете призывать к антитерористической коалиции, если вы подстегиваете терроризм прямо под вашими дверьми? Как вы можете говорить о мире, легитимности, если ваша политика состоит в развязывании войны за счет марионеточных правительств? Как вы можете говорить о свободе народов, если вы наказываете соседа за его выбор? Как вы можете требовать уважения для всех, если вы никого не уважаете?".
(с) Петро Порошенко, United Nations 2015



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Mar. 24th, 2019



Detail of Lamp Insription on Threshold
Detail of lamp insription on threshold. Site s84. Site at Ancient Homeh. Sizeable (c. 450x150m) complex with a surprising amount of decorated and inscribed masonry, much reused in the kubbes that still exist here. Situated on crosslink (f39) between qunats f44 and f38. (El Anderin, Syria).
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Painted ceiling, Longman Grottoes, Luoyang

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Apis Altar





Apis Altar in Egyptian style, detail upper register [~1731]
Dresden, Residenz, Grünes Gewölbe (Green Vault)
Artist: Johann Melchior Dinglinger, Dresden, presumably 1724-1731; dated 1731
The Green Vault (Grünes Gewölbe) is now a museum spreading over the first and second floor of the Western section of the Royal Palace (Residenzschloss) in Dresden. On the first floor there is the Historic Green Vault and on the second floor the New Green Vault. The history of the palace goes back to 1547 when Saxony was under the rule of the Elector Moritz, the pertinent rooms then being used by the rulers of Saxony as a private treasure chambers. The museum was founded by Augustus the Strong in 1723 – 1729, who made his treasure chambers public to selected poeple.
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Mar. 17th, 2019



Caravaggio - Medusa 1bfs uhr [1597] - Florence Uffizi - GAP

Fernand Khnopff - masque (Medusa) [1897]



Fernand Khnopff - masque (Medusa) [1897]
Fernand Khnopff - masque (Medusa) [1897] - Hamburg Kunsthalle
Source:artblart.com/2016/01/31/exhibition-art-nouveau-the-great-...

Mar. 17th, 2019




Silvanus - Votive relief dedicated to Roman God Silvanus
The double-horned god Silvanus (with iconography of Pan) holds a panpipe or syrinx in his right hand and a bow in his left.
Over his elbow (ancon) he has draped most certainly a shawl or cloth. A quadruped seems to bit him in his thigh.
Silvanus, horned god (Pan) [2nd-3rd century AD] -
Split, Archaeological Museum - wm

Mar. 17th, 2019





Dečani Monastery - Crucifixion of Christ
Crucifixion of Christ
Visoki Dečani Monastery


Pisanello - The dragon and its victims (~1437)
Antonio Pisanello (1395-1455)
Saint George, the dragon and the princess of Trebizond (Trabzon, Turkey) - fresco
Verona, Church of Sant' Anastasia

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Basilisc . The Temptation of St. Anthony (detail)
St. Anthony wears a rosary (or chaplet) in his right hand, four beads of which can be seen.

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Impression made from an Akkadian Cylinder Seal recovered in Ur in modern day Iraq 2300-2100 BCE
The "Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology" exhibit also included real artifacts excavated in regions visited by the ficitional Indiana Jones in the feature film series. These artifacts were recovered from expeditions by researchers from the University of Pennsylvania who provided them to National Geographic for the exhibition.
Photographed at the "Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology" exhibit at the National Geographic Museum in Washington D.C.

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Gold Breastplate fragment depicting Lamassu Northwestern Iran 8th-7th century BCE
Photographed at the Smithsonian's Arthur M. Sackler Gallery of Asian Art in Washington D.C.

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Ezekiel's Vision - Detail Thrones
St John the Baptist Church in Kratovo, Macedonia

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