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Images Dated 6th April 2008

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Dry lacquer sculpture of the Buddha. Rangoon, Burma (Myanmar Featured 6 Apr 2008 Print

Dry lacquer sculpture of the Buddha. Rangoon, Burma (Myanmar

Dry lacquer sculpture of the Buddha. From Rangoon, Burma (Myanmar). Late 18th or early 19th C. AD. Seated in the lotus position. In Right hand is a myrobalan, medicinal fruit. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

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Shiva and Parvati sculpture. Orissa, India, 13th century AD Featured 6 Apr 2008 Print

Shiva and Parvati sculpture. Orissa, India, 13th century AD

Shiva and Parvati sculpture. Orissa, India, 13th century AD. Stone sculpture shows the powerful Hindu deity Shiva, with his consort Parvati, the daugter of the mountain, seated on his knee. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

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Faience scarabs. 7th-6th centuries BC. From Isis Tomb, Italy Featured 6 Apr 2008 Print

Faience scarabs. 7th-6th centuries BC. From Isis Tomb, Italy

Faience scarabs. a) Egyptian, probably with the name of Psammetichus I (664-610 BC), b) Type imitated in the Aegean area, c) Maybe made A?a?A?a?in Phoenicia, d) Possibly made A?a?A?a?in Rhodes, e) Egyptian, possibly with the name Psammetichus II (595-589 BC): f) Egyptian style imitated freely; g) Imitation of Egyptian style. 7th-6th centuries BC. From Isis Tomb, Polledrara Cemetery, Italy. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans