Omar qaddoos 11T




      Marble statues of Pan, signed by M. Cossutius
                     Cerdo 45-25 BC


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Omar qaddoos 11T




                                     They weren’t bother
                                     about t...
Omar qaddoos 11T




      The Townley Vase 2nd century AD
                                        Sculpture
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Omar qaddoos 11T




                   Grand tour in
                   Italy (1737-1805)
Omar qaddoos 11T




            The Augustus of Primaporta




The Augustus of
Prima Porta is                            ...
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Stone Age Sculptures

  1. 1. Omar qaddoos 11T Marble statues of Pan, signed by M. Cossutius Cerdo 45-25 BC Express their private Offensive to some people Roman, about 45-25 BC
  2. 2. Omar qaddoos 11T They weren’t bother about their private privacy. Marble statue of a Roman priestess AD 20-50 Sculpture played an important role in both domestic and civic life in the ancient Roman Empire. Private homes, gardens and public buildings in cities such as Sardis, Ephesos, Alexandria and Cyrene. The eighteenth-century collector and connoisseur Charles Townley AD 20-50 (1737-1805) made the 'Grand Tour' to Italy no less than three times.
  3. 3. Omar qaddoos 11T The Townley Vase 2nd century AD Sculpture played an important role in both domestic and civic life in the Very ancient Accurate Roman Empire.
  4. 4. Omar qaddoos 11T Grand tour in Italy (1737-1805)
  5. 5. Omar qaddoos 11T The Augustus of Primaporta The Augustus of Prima Porta is Very based on the Doryphorus, a accurate famous antique statue by Polykleitos Carved in 15 AD, from a bronze Prima Porta is a suburb of Rome located 12 kilometers north of its center along the Via Flaminia. Discovered in 1863

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