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Helmet from 6th century BCE from Sardis This is the earliest known

Helmet from 6th century BCE from Sardis This is the earliest known

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Helmet from 6th century BCE from Sardis. This is the earliest known spangenhelm. It is also one of the few iron helmets of it's time when most of the ...

Rare Scythian Kuban Type Helmet, 7th-6th Century BCThis is a type of Scythian

"Classic design" Bronze helmet of Illyrian type II with silver sheet metal applique on the forehead, first half century B.

Conservator Ann Heywood reconstructs a sixth-century b.c.e. helmet (below, next to modern reconstruction).©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/Harvard ...

Persian Warrior King

An Illyrian helmet, 5th century B.C. Hemispherical, heavy skull with a strong, high

European iron helmet, from a mass grave, battle of Visby, fought in July

County Museum of Art

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Fig. 16. Helmet ...

Bronze Corinthian Helmet with silver nails,5th cent.BC

Greek Bronze Phrygian Helmet, Late Classical to Early Hellenistic, c. BCThe Phrygian helmet, also known as the Thracian helmet, was a type of helmet that ...

The motif of the lotus flower on the front, inscribed this helmet to a product group that can be from southern Italy. Second third of the sixth century BC ...

Two bronze helmets

Elamite Helmet with divine figures beneath a bird with outstretched wings. Middle Elamite (c

wife of Augustus and the most powerful woman in the early Roman Empire, she acted several times as regent and being Augustus' faithful advisor.

Jug with an oversized spout, mid-6th century b.c. Lydian; Excavated at Sardis

helmet of Meskalamidug (hair texture helmet wore by soldier)

Greek Corinthian bronze helmet, seventh century BC, archaeology museum, Jerez de la Frontera

Greek Corinthian bronze helmet, seventh century BC, archaeology museum, Jerez de la Frontera

Greek Corinthian bronze helmet, seventh century BC, archaeology museum, Jerez de la Frontera

Limestone head of a beardless male wearing a conical helmet, 6th century B.C. - Cypriot

Helmet Persian, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Temple of Artimis Sardis, originally the fourth largest Ionic temple when it was originally built

Bronze Helmet of Hoplite, 7th century BC. Artist: Unknown. - Stock Image

A LARGE ETRUSCAN BUCCHERO KANTHAROS, LATE 7TH/EARLY 6TH CENTURY B.C.

Sardis in the middle of Lydia (ca. 50 AD)

Sassanian helmet of riveted construction of the “Spangenhelm” type, discovered at Ninenveh, dated to – centuries CE

Bronze Helmet and Cuirass, late Geometric period, 8th century BC. Artist: Unknown

Synagogue in Sardis

The city of Sardis or Sardes captured by the Cimmerians in the 7th century BC.

Sardis | Sardis Turkey

Temple of Artemis in Sardis

Risultati immagini per museo civico archeologico ceramica

Sardis

Fig. 1

Gymnasium of Sardis

Helmet, 400s, Mesopotamia/Iran, bronze.

Drawing of helmet (No. 211), front and side. (©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/President and Fellows of Harvard College)

Temple of Artimis Sardis, originally the fourth largest Ionic temple when it was originally built

Stock Photo : Corselet in steel, circa 1640, Netherlands, 17th century, Detail

GREEKGREEK 800BC-200AD800BC-200AD; 4. Architectural tile fragment 6th century B.C. ...

Ancient weapons and helmets (seventh-fifth century BC), MAEC museum in Cortona

Temple of Artimis Sardis, originally the fourth largest Ionic temple when it was originally built

Pericles with the Corinthian helmet

Fig. 17. Helmet ...

Sardis

Ancient Greek temple

Funerary stele of Demokleides, Greece. Greek civilisation, second half of the 4th century BC. National Archaeological Museum of Athens

Unknown after-sassanian, VI-VIII вв

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Crawford Greenewalt Jr. at Sardis. Image courtesy of The Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/Harvard University.

From Wikiwand: A Sasanian army helmet

Photo/Italo-Corinthian Style Helmet

Electrum coin from Ephesus, 520-500 BC. Obverse: Forepart of stag. Reverse: Square incuse punch. The first known ...

The region of Parthia within the empire of Medes, c. 600 BC; from a historical atlas illustrated by William Robert Shepherd

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Terracotta warriors Period: Cypro-Archaic II Date: 6th century B.C.(?)

Sardis synagogue

The acropolis of Sardis

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Acropolis of Sardis from below

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The Bath-Gymnasium complex at Sardis, late - early century AD, Sardis, Turkey, alternating rows of brick and stone

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The Marble Court, part of the bath-gymnasium complex, as completed in 211 c.e. and restored by the expedition. ©Archaeological Exploration of Sardis/Harvard ...

Sardis synagogue bema

A SASANIAN SILVER - CIRCA 6TH-7TH CENTURY A.D.

The Decline of Sardis King Croesus Reign: 560 to 547 B.C. ...

Greek armour from Pella,Greece

Sardis synagogue

Greek bronze winged helmet of Chalcidian type, late classical period, circa century BC. Mystery of History Volume Lesson 81

The Greek Temple of Artemis at Sardis

The gymnasium at Sardis

A plane tree in Nafplio: decorating a reader for travel-study in Greece, March 2018 | Classical Inquiries

I remember the sword was extremely long. all pieces property of Metropolitan Museum of Art Sassanid Spangenhelm longsword and dagger.

Large relief plaque of poros stone depicting naked Goddesses wearing the polos crown, from the

Map of Achaemenid Empire in Russian, 500 BC.

The Bath Gymnasium complex of Sardis, a typical example of the colonnaded palaestra front of

Greece, early 4th Century BC, bronze, partially gilt,Mirror box with head

Aegean Sea at Sunset

Fig. 20

In the territory of Ukraine the objects of goldsmithry became widespread I millennium BCE - in the Early Iron Age - when the steppe and forest steppe were ...

Hellenistic Pilos type helmet, 4th - 3rd century B.C. Bronze. Of conical form with

Fig. 2

A look at Lydian warfare

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Temple of Artemis at Sardis

Sasanian Helmet in the Metropolitan Museum of Art

A surviving Spangenhelm, sixth century, Vienna.

6. Marble statue of a god or hero, found on the Spartan acropolis. The sides of the helmet are decorated with male rams. Late fifth century BC.