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The Alexander Sarcophagus is a late 4th century BC Hellenistic stone sarcophagus adorned with bas-relief carvings of Alexander the Great.

The Alexander Sarcophagus is a late 4th century BC Hellenistic stone sarcophagus adorned with bas-relief carvings of Alexander the Great.

Egyptian sphinx in ivory imported from Phoenicians, details, artefact from Nimrud, Iraq Title: De Agostini Picture Library / A. de Gregorio Credit: Egyptian sphinx in ivory imported from the Phoenicians, details. Artefact from Nimrud, Iraq. Assyrian civilisation, 8th Century BC.  Artwork-location: Bagdad, National Iraq Museum (Archaeological Museum)

Egyptian sphinx in ivory imported from Phoenicians, details, artefact from Nimrud, Iraq Title: De Agostini Picture Library / A. de Gregorio Credit: Egyptian sphinx in ivory imported from the Phoenicians, details. Artefact from Nimrud, Iraq. Assyrian civilisation, 8th Century BC. Artwork-location: Bagdad, National Iraq Museum (Archaeological Museum)

One of the Nimrud ivories, 9th-7th century BC. Discovered in Nimrud (modern Iraq) and excavated by the British in the 1940s-60s. The British Museum acquired many of the carvings in 2011, when they were exhibited for the first time to the public.

One of the Nimrud ivories, 9th-7th century BC. Discovered in Nimrud (modern Iraq) and excavated by the British in the 1940s-60s. The British Museum acquired many of the carvings in 2011, when they were exhibited for the first time to the public.

This mosaic depicts some of the entertainments that would have been offered at the games. Tripoli, Libya, first century.

This mosaic depicts some of the entertainments that would have been offered at the games. Tripoli, Libya, first century.

Gladiatori e Bestiari - This mosaic depicts some of the entertainments that would have been offered at the games.

Gladiatori e Bestiari - This mosaic depicts some of the entertainments that would have been offered at the games.

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