Ivan Kráľ

Ivan Kráľ

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theancientwayoflife: “~Statue of Athene (“The Peiraeus Athena”). Medium: Bronze Date: 340—330 BCE. Athens, Archaeological Museum of Piraeus (Αθήνα, Αρχαιολογικό Μουσείο Πειραιά) ”

Statue of Athene (“The Peiraeus Athena”) BC, Athens [Archaeological Museum of Piraeus]

Alexander the Great statue

Alexander the Great, from Amphipolis

Statue de l'empereur Hadrien découverte dans les ruines de Sagalassos en Turquie

Hadrian statue found at Sagalassos ruins, Turkey

Queen Nefertari being led by Isis Valley of the Queens, KV 66 (Tomb of Nefertari) 1279-1213 B.C. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Queen Nefertari being led by Isis Egypt, BC The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Stela with two snake - goddesses. As serpent Deities, Isis and Serapis are Agathe Tyche (Good Fortune) and Agathos Daimon (Good Spirit), and were considered the special protectors of Alexandria. Isis is associated with the cobra in one of Her most famous myths. Graeco-Roman period

Pharoah snake and Isis snake haha

Close-up of a relief of Isis in the Temple of Kom Ombo.

Close-up of a relief of AUSET ("Isis") in the Temple of Kom Ombo.

The goddess Isis, detail from the east tower of the first pylon of her temple at Philae.

barebackwannabeslut: “ancient-egypts-secrets The goddess Isis, detail from the east tower of the first pylon of her temple at Philae.

prev pinner note: Roman statue of goddes Isis holding a a bucket and a sistrum, ritual implements used in her worship. Marble, 2nd century CE. On display at Musei Capitolini, Rome

Roman Statue of Goddess Isis holding a sistrum and oinochoe and wearing a garment tied with a characteristic knot, from the time of Hadrian CE) Marble, century CE. On display at Musei Capitolini, Rome

Julius Caesar most notable for his victory and tyranny against the Gauls at the Siege of Alesia and his raid against the Germanic tribes and finally the civil war which would bring about the collapse of the Roman Republic and make him Rome's 1st Emperor.

Roman Republic: This is a statue of Julius Caesar. One of his most important battles was against the Gauls where he seized Alesia and eventually the civil war that would cause the Roman collapse and allow Julius Caesar to become Rome's first emperor.

Caracalla

Marble portrait of the emperor Caracalla Date: A. Metropolitian Museum of Art