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171 notesReblog theancientworld:

Incense burner supported by Nike
Greek, Taras, South Italy, about 500 - 480 B.C. Terracotta and pigment
The J. Paul Getty Museum

theancientworld:

Incense burner supported by Nike

Greek, Taras, South Italy, about 500 - 480 B.C.
Terracotta and pigment

The J. Paul Getty Museum

13 notesReblog triglifos-y-metopas:

Mirror and handle with the birth of Helen, bronze.
Italy
400-350 B.C.
[Museum of Fine Arts - Boston]

triglifos-y-metopas:

Mirror and handle with the birth of Helen, bronze.

Italy

400-350 B.C.

[Museum of Fine Arts - Boston]

473 notesReblog itsjohnsen:

North American B-25’s fly past an erupting Mount Vesuvius during the invasion of Italy. 1944. U.S. Air Force

itsjohnsen:

North American B-25’s fly past an erupting Mount Vesuvius during the invasion of Italy. 1944.
U.S. Air Force

5 notesReblog Medal of Ludovico Gonzaga by Pisanello, circa 1445.

Medal of Ludovico Gonzaga by Pisanello, circa 1445.

1,079 notesReblog petitpoulailler:

allthingseurope: Trieste (Friuli-Venezia Giulia -Italia by orcapeppa

petitpoulailler:

allthingseuropeTrieste (Friuli-Venezia Giulia -Italia by orcapeppa

238 notesReblog wanderlusteurope:

Medieval village, Anghiri, Tuscany 

wanderlusteurope:

Medieval village, Anghiri, Tuscany 

70 notesReblog flasd:

Date: ca. 10,000–5,000 B.C.
Culture: Italian, Tuscany
Miscellaneous Credit Line: Gift of Garrett C. Pier, 1908
Accession Number: 08.99.13

flasd:

Date: ca. 10,000–5,000 B.C.

Culture: Italian, Tuscany

Miscellaneous Credit Line: Gift of Garrett C. Pier, 1908

Accession Number: 08.99.13

24 notesReblog Cathedral Square in the town of Brixen Italy.

Cathedral Square in the town of Brixen Italy.

3 notesReblog Architectural terracotta plaque (so-called Campana plaque) representing Hercules capturing the Cretan bull, discovered in 1828 in Quadraro (Roma Vecchia). - Gregorian Etruscan Museum (Vatican Museums), from the first half of the 1st century A.D.

Architectural terracotta plaque (so-called Campana plaque) representing Hercules capturing the Cretan bull, discovered in 1828 in Quadraro (Roma Vecchia). - Gregorian Etruscan Museum (Vatican Museums), from the first half of the 1st century A.D.

147 notesReblog alpenstrasse:

Old clock - Florence

alpenstrasse:

Old clock - Florence

28 notesReblog Funerary monument in polychrome terracotta representing dying Adonis, discovered in 1834 in Tuscania Italy.  – Dimensions: maximum height 62.0 cm, length 89.0 cm, width 40.5 cm -  Accession number: 14147 - Room X of the Gregorian Etruscan Museum (Vatican Museums), from the second half of the third century BC.

Funerary monument in polychrome terracotta representing dying Adonis, discovered in 1834 in Tuscania Italy. – Dimensions: maximum height 62.0 cm, length 89.0 cm, width 40.5 cm - Accession number: 14147 - Room X of the Gregorian Etruscan Museum (Vatican Museums), from the second half of the third century BC.

28 notesReblog triglifos-y-metopas:

Trajan’s column, marble.
Rome, Italy.
113 A.D.

Commemorating Roman emperor Trajan's victory in the Dacian Wars, completed in 113 AD.

triglifos-y-metopas:

Trajan’s column, marble.

Rome, Italy.

113 A.D.

Commemorating Roman emperor Trajan's victory in the Dacian Wars, completed in 113 AD.

2 notesReblog Villa Adriana, residence of Emperor Hadrian near Tivoli, the most extensive ancient roman villa.

Villa Adriana, residence of Emperor Hadrian near Tivoli, the most extensive ancient roman villa.

33 notesReblog Villa Adriana, residence of Emperor Hadrian near Tivoli, the most extensive ancient roman villa.

Villa Adriana, residence of Emperor Hadrian near Tivoli, the most extensive ancient roman villa.

11 notesReblog Villa Adriana, residence of Emperor Hadrian near Tivoli, the most  extensive ancient roman villa, covering an area of at least 80 hectares.

Villa Adriana, residence of Emperor Hadrian near Tivoli, the most extensive ancient roman villa, covering an area of at least 80 hectares.