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Leyre Casket, Umayyad Spain, 395H, 1004-1005AD

Leyre Casket, Umayyad Spain, 395H, 1004-1005AD

Alonso Sanchez Coello - Anne of Austria (1549–1580), c.1570

Sanchez Coello, Alonso - Anne of Austria - Renaissance (Late, Mannerism) - Portrait - Oil on canvas

La Villa Romana de La Olmeda es un excepcional testimonio de nuestro pasado romano que está situado en Pedrosa de la Vega (junto a Saldaña, Palencia) y que desde aquí os animamos a visitar. Reconstrucción de la villa de la La Olmeda, realizada por la empresa Balawat para la Diputación de Palencia

La Villa Romana de La Olmeda es un excepcional testimonio de nuestro pasado romano que está situado en Pedrosa de la Vega (junto a Saldaña, Palencia) y que desde aquí os animamos a visitar. Reconstrucción de la villa de la La Olmeda, realizada por la empresa Balawat para la Diputación de Palencia

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Fernando de la Cerda's belt buckle and strap end, 1255-75, Spain

Fernando de la Cerda's belt buckle and strap end, Spain

Woven fragments Place of origin: Almeria, Spain (probably, made) Date: ca. 1100-1150 Materials and Techniques: Woven silk Museum number: 275&A-1894 | V&A

Woven fragments

Woven fragments Place of Origin Almeria, Spain (probably, made) Date ca. (made) Artist/maker Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques Woven silk Dimensions Height: cm unframed, Width: 14 cm unframed, Width: 14 cm

13th century Spain - same fleur de lis pattern - do it in green - consistency

Alleged to be from century Spain, or perhaps just "resembles" textiles from Las Huelgas. Have not been able to find any independent verification that this is indeed a medieval Spanish textile.

Egypt, Thebes, Luxor, Valley of the Kings, Close-Up of Relief in Corridor, Tomb of Seti I

Thebes, Luxor, Valley of the Kings, close-up of relief in corridor, Tomb of Seti I

Queen Tiye - great wife of Amenhotep III ca 1350bc and the mother of Akhenaton (Amenhotep IV), the heretic pharaoh

(PP) Chillicothe, Ohio's Ancient Nephilim Queen's Burial Mound - NO! - This is the mummy of Egyptian queen Tiye. She was the mother of Akhenaten and grandmother of Tutankhamun.

Akhenaten and Nefertiti busts.

Akhenaten and Nefertiti Busts in Neues Museum, Berlin, Dynasty Egypt.be curious about the race/ethnicity/pheotype whenever you see the nose & lips chipped off.

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