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Stela Collection

Background imageStela Collection: Stela of Amenemhat I. Table offering. 12th Dynasty. Middle K

Stela of Amenemhat I. Table offering. 12th Dynasty. Middle K
Amenemhat I. 1st King. 12th Dynasty (1991-1962 BC). Middle Kingdom. Limestone, painted, stela of Amenemhat. Table offerings. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageStela Collection: Stela of the royal scribe Ani. Egyptian art. New

Stela of the royal scribe Ani. Egyptian art. New Kingdom. Relief. EGYPT. CAIRO. Cairo. Egyptian Museum

Background imageStela Collection: Carved stone pillar of Mayan Calendar, Quirigua, Guatemala

Carved stone pillar of Mayan Calendar, Quirigua, Guatemala
Carved stone pillar or stela (known as Stela E) that recorded the Mayan Calendar, Quirigua, Izabal, Guatemala (Mesoamerica). They were erected to mark the passing of a katun (roughly 20 years)

Background imageStela Collection: Grave stele of Salmamodes. From Sidon (Lebanon)

Grave stele of Salmamodes. From Sidon (Lebanon)
Grave stele of Salmamodes, macedonian mercenery. 2nd century BC. From Sidon (Lebanon). Archaeological Museum. Istanbul. Turkey

Background imageStela Collection: Greek steles with traces of polychromy. From Sidon (Lebanon)

Greek steles with traces of polychromy. From Sidon (Lebanon). Archaeological Museum. Istanbul. Turkey

Background imageStela Collection: Roman sepulchral relief of a couple. 2nd century AD

Roman sepulchral relief of a couple. 2nd century AD
Sepulchral relief depicting the spouse Diodemes and Sekunda. 2nd century AD. Roman. Marble. Neues Museum (New Museum). Berlin. Germany

Background imageStela Collection: Funerary stele of Hiras, son of Nicanor. 2nd century BC

Funerary stele of Hiras, son of Nicanor. 2nd century BC
Funerary stele of Hiras, son of Nicanor. Ca 100 BC. Glyptothek Museum. Munich. Germany

Background imageStela Collection: 2050 BC 2050BC 2150 Ancient Age Ancient Egypt

2050 BC 2050BC 2150 Ancient Age Ancient Egypt
2050, BC, 2050BC, 2150, ancient, age, Ancient, Egypt, Egyptians, Art, Carlsberg, Glyptotek, Museum, Copenhagen, death, Detail, died, egyptian, egyptians, family, First, Intermediate, Period, 2150BC

Background imageStela Collection: Poland. Krakow. Jewish cemetery

Poland. Krakow. Jewish cemetery

Background imageStela Collection: Stela with Oscan inscription. 300-100 BC

Stela with Oscan inscription. 300-100 BC
Stela with Oscan inscription. Fragment located in the inner arch of Nola Gate. Pompeii, Italy. The inscription say: Vibius Popidius

Background imageStela Collection: 12th Dynasty 1795 BC 1985 Ameny Ancient Age Ancient

12th Dynasty 1795 BC 1985 Ameny Ancient Age Ancient
12th, Dynasty, 1795, BC, 1985, Ameny, ancient, age, Ancient, Egypt, Art, benefit, British, Museum, carved, dead, deceased, egyptian, England, Eye, of, Horus, eyes, father, formula, funeral, funerary

Background imageStela Collection: Egypt. Stele of Herakleion-Thonis. The Naucratis decree (380

Egypt. Stele of Herakleion-Thonis. The Naucratis decree (380
Egyptian Art. Stele of Herakleion-Thonis. The Naucratis decree (380 B.C.). Royal Decree drafted by order of Pharaoh Nectanebo I (380-362 BC)

Background imageStela Collection: Gallo-Roman funerary stele with commercial scene

Gallo-Roman funerary stele with commercial scene. Roman art. Relief on rock. FRANCE. LORRAINE. MOSELLE. Metz. mus饠 de La Cour d Or Metz M鴲 opole

Background imageStela Collection: Mesopotamia. Commemorative stone stela. Babylonian, about 90

Mesopotamia. Commemorative stone stela. Babylonian, about 900-800 BC. Iraq. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageStela Collection: Stela of Seneferseshempepy. 2150 BC. Dendara. 6th Dynaty. Br

Stela of Seneferseshempepy. 2150 BC. Dendara. 6th Dynaty. Br
Limestone stela of Seneferseshempepy. 2150 BC. From Dendara. 6th Dynaty. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageStela Collection: Stele with relief depicting Assyrian official Bel-Harran-bel

Stele with relief depicting Assyrian official Bel-Harran-beli-usur praying in front of divine symbols. 8th century BC. Marble. From Tel-Abda. Archaeological Museum. Museum of Ancient Orient

Background imageStela Collection: Border stela of King Sesostris III. Egypt

Border stela of King Sesostris III. Egypt
Border stela of King Sesostris III. Quartzite. Middle Kingdom. 12th Dynasty. 1860 BC. From Semna, Nubia. Neues Museum. Berlin. Germany

Background imageStela Collection: Egypt. Stele of General Intef (Antef). Carlsberg Glyptotek M

Egypt. Stele of General Intef (Antef). Carlsberg Glyptotek M
Egypt. Stele of General Intef (Antef). C. 2050 B.C. 11th Dynasty. Middle Kingdom. Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageStela Collection: Urartu civilization. Stele of Rusa II, King of Urartu (680-6

Urartu civilization. Stele of Rusa II, King of Urartu (680-6
Urartu civilization. Stele of Rusa II, King of Urartu between around 680 BC and 639 BC. Cuneiform inscription commemorating the building of a canal to channel water to the city of Quarlini from

Background imageStela Collection: Greek Art. Greece. 5th century BCE. Pentelic marble funerary

Greek Art. Greece. 5th century BCE. Pentelic marble funerary stele with relief depicting a scene of farewell between a boy and a man. Found in Athens. Dated to 400 BC. National Archaeological Museum

Background imageStela Collection: Phoenician art. Cyprus. 4th century BC. Grave marker. Limest

Phoenician art. Cyprus. 4th century BC. Grave marker. Limest
Phoenician art. Cyprus. 4th century BC. Classical Period. Grave marker depicting two men reclining at a banquet (top) and a couple (bottom). Limestone. It comes from Golgoi (Cyprus)

Background imageStela Collection: Honduras / Copan / Maya

Honduras / Copan / Maya
a stela in the ancient Mayan city of COPAN in Honduras. This statue represents 18-Rabbit, a Copan leader who ruled the city in the 7th century AD. Date: 1983

Background imageStela Collection: Stela E in Quirigua, Guatemala, Guatemala

Stela E in Quirigua, Guatemala, Guatemala
Ruins of Quirigua, an ancient Maya archaeological site in the department of Izabal in south-eastern Guatemala. The monuments at Quirigua include unusually large stelae elaborately carved from single

Background imageStela Collection: Stela K - Ruins of Quirigua, Guatemala

Stela K - Ruins of Quirigua, Guatemala
The photograph shows the west side of a carved stone stela known by archaeologists as Stela K, created during the reign of Jade Sky (early 9th century)

Background imageStela Collection: Christian tombstone written in Greek. Marble, 6th century AD

Christian tombstone written in Greek. Marble, 6th century AD. Beersheda district. Rockefeller Archaeological Museum. Jerusalem. Israel

Background imageStela Collection: Babylonian. Second Dynasty of Isin in the reign of Nebuchadn

Babylonian. Second Dynasty of Isin in the reign of Nebuchadnezzar II (1126-1105 BC). Boundary-stone. Kudurru. Limestone stela. Text. Cuneiform. Sippar, Abu Habba. Iraq. British Museum

Background imageStela Collection: Stela of Ashurbanipal. The inscription records that he resto

Stela of Ashurbanipal. The inscription records that he resto
Mesopotamia. Stela of Ashurbanipal. The inscription records that he restored the Esagil temple of Marduk, Babylon. 665-653BC. Cuneiform script. Babylon exposore. Louvre. Paris. France

Background imageStela Collection: Stela of Seneferseshempepy. Hieroglyphic. 2150 BC. Dendara

Stela of Seneferseshempepy. Hieroglyphic. 2150 BC. Dendara
Limestone stela of Seneferseshempepy. Hieroglyphic. 2150 BC. From Dendara. 6th Dynaty. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageStela Collection: Hieroglyph. Sela of Amenemhat I. 12th Dynasty. Middle Kingdo

Hieroglyph. Sela of Amenemhat I. 12th Dynasty. Middle Kingdom. British Museum. London

Background imageStela Collection: Pyramidal Grave Stele. 5th century BC. From Sinope

Pyramidal Grave Stele. 5th century BC. From Sinope
Pyramidal Grave Stele. 5th century BC. Limestone. From Sinope (Sinop). Archaic Period. Archaeological Museum. Istanbul. Turkey

Background imageStela Collection: Stele about priestess Takerseb. 332-30 BC. Limestone. Egypt

Stele about priestess Takerseb. 332-30 BC. Limestone. Egypt
Stele about priestess Takerseb making offerings to the Gods (from right to left) Osiris, Min, Horus, Anubis, Isis and Metis. Ptolemaic Period. 332-30 BC. Limestone. Detail. Egypt

Background imageStela Collection: Stele with inscription and relief of the governor Shamsh-res

Stele with inscription and relief of the governor Shamsh-res
Stele with inscription and relief of Shamsh-res-usur, governor of Mari and Suhi, praying in front of the Gods. 8th century BC. Limestone. Palace Museum of Babylon. Archaeological Museum

Background imageStela Collection: Kings stele with inscription and a relief depicting King Se

Kings stele with inscription and a relief depicting King Sennacherib praying in front of the divine symbols. 705-681 BC. Detail. Limestone. From Nineveh. Archaeological Museum

Background imageStela Collection: France. Medieval stele, erected in 1960, in memory of the Ca

France. Medieval stele, erected in 1960, in memory of the Cathars were burned as heretics in the 13th century, after the crusade by Pope Innocent III. Meadow of Burned (Camp dels Cremats). Montsegur

Background imageStela Collection: Spain. Basque Country. Necropolis of Argineta. Formed by sep

Spain. Basque Country. Necropolis of Argineta. Formed by sep
Spain. Basque Country. Argineta necropolis. Formed by about 20 sepulchres and five steles. Opossite hermitage of San Adrian, near Elorrio. 7th-9th centuries. Upper Middle Ages

Background imageStela Collection: Ottoman funerary steles. Suleymaniye Mosque. Istanbul

Ottoman funerary steles. Suleymaniye Mosque. Istanbul
Turkey. Istanbul, Ottoman funerary steles. Cemetery of the Suleymaniye Mosque

Background imageStela Collection: 12th, 1860, BC, 1860BC, alphabet, ancient, age, Ancient, Egypt, Ancient, Egyptians

12th, 1860, BC, 1860BC, alphabet, ancient, age, Ancient, Egypt, Ancient, Egyptians
Border stela of King Sesostris III. Quartzite. Middle Kingdom. 12th Dynasty. 1860 BC. From Semna, Nubia. Neues Museum. Berlin. Germany

Background imageStela Collection: Preixana Stela. Bronze Age. Argar Culture (2000-1500 BC). Sp

Preixana Stela. Bronze Age. Argar Culture (2000-1500 BC). Sp
Preixana Stela. Bronze Age. Argar Culture (2000-1500 BC). Tombstone with the figure of a warrior with sword and belt. Cervera Regional Museum. Spain

Background imageStela Collection: Stele depicting a couple in a banquet. Ca. 340 BC

Stele depicting a couple in a banquet. Ca. 340 BC
Stele with relief depicting a couple in a banquet. The man stretched and the woman sitting. Ca. 340 BC. Glyptothek Museum. Munich. Germany

Background imageStela Collection: Tombstone of a Jewish grave. Jewish Museum. Berlin. Germany

Tombstone of a Jewish grave. Jewish Museum. Berlin. Germany

Background imageStela Collection: Egypt. Stele of General Intef (Antef). Detail. Carlsberg Gly

Egypt. Stele of General Intef (Antef). Detail. Carlsberg Gly
Egypt. Stele of General Intef (Antef). Detail. C. 2050 B.C. 11th Dynasty. Middle Kingdom. Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageStela Collection: Roman funerary stele with high relief of three figures. 1st

Roman funerary stele with high relief of three figures. 1st
Roman funerary stele with high relief of three figures showing the deceased (centre) and probably flanked by his mother and brother. Made in Cyprus. 1st century AD. Limestone

Background imageStela Collection: Limestone grave stele with greek epitaph of Theudaisios of E

Limestone grave stele with greek epitaph of Theudaisios of E
Limestone grave stele with greek inscription, epitaph of Theudaisios of Euesperides. 300-50 BC. From Amathus, Cyprus. British Museum. London. England, United Kingdom

Background imageStela Collection: Stela of Nasrid ruler Yusuf III (1376-1417). Alhambra. Spain

Stela of Nasrid ruler Yusuf III (1376-1417). Alhambra. Spain
Sepulchral stela in marble of Yusuf III (1376-1417). From the Rauda cemetery. Alhambra Museum. Granada. Spain

Background imageStela Collection: Egyptian stela with hieroglyphic writing

Egyptian stela with hieroglyphic writing. British Museum. London, United Kingdom

Background imageStela Collection: Meroitic stela

Meroitic stela
Sandstone Meroitic stela with one of the longest known texts in meroitic language. Are recognisable the names of the Queen Amanirenas

Background imageStela Collection: Buddha Maitreya. Stela dated between 489-495. Northern Wei D

Buddha Maitreya. Stela dated between 489-495. Northern Wei Dynasty (386-534). It comes from the Shanxi Province (China). Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York. United States

Background imageStela Collection: Egyptian Art. The Metternich Stela. 30th Dynasty. Late Empir

Egyptian Art. The Metternich Stela. 30th Dynasty. Late Empir
Egyptian Art. The Metternich Stela. Dated between 360 and 342 BC (reign of Nectanebo II). 30th Dynasty. Late Empire. Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York. United States



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