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Images Dated 3rd December 2019

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Ancient Persian musical instruments Featured 3 Dec 2019 Print

Ancient Persian musical instruments

Baglama or tanbur 1, sciehizdeh 2, kemancheh or rebab 3, setar 4, scienk 5,7, psalter 6, nefir 8, carhana 9, sciak-nefir or horn 10, sorna 11, musicar 12, dembal 13, dohol drum 14, kus kettledrum 15, naqqara 16, thabli-baz 17,18, tonbak 19, daf drum 20, sindi 21, rattle 22. Ancient Persian musical instruments. Strumenti di musica. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Giovanni Antonio Sasso from Giulio Ferrario's Costumes Ancient and Modern of the Peoples of the World, Il Costume Antico e Moderno, Florence, 1847

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King Priam and family after the departure of Hector Featured 3 Dec 2019 Print

King Priam and family after the departure of Hector

King Priam and Hector's wife Andromache and son Astynanax make ritual offerings before a priest in Troy after the departure of Hector. Helen and Paris at right, and Cassandra and Queen Hecuba next to Priam. La famiglia di Priamo dopo le partenze di Ettore. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Giovanni Antonio Sasso after a painting by Angelo Monticelli from Giulio Ferrario's Costumes Ancient and Modern of the Peoples of the World, Il Costume Antico e Moderno, Florence, 1847

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Cybele, goddess of the Phrygians, in a chariot Featured 3 Dec 2019 Print

Cybele, goddess of the Phrygians, in a chariot

Cybele, goddess of the Phrygians, with orb and sceptre in a chariot drawn by four lions. With Attis in Phrygian cap holding syrinx panpipes and shepherd's crook. Cibele, Ati, &c. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by B. Andrei after a painting by Angelo Monticelli from Giulio Ferrario's Costumes Ancient and Modern of the Peoples of the World, Il Costume Antico e Moderno, Florence, 1847

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