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c. 3000 BCE Early Bronze Age, Western Anatolia, so-called "Stargazer", Cleveland Museum of art

c. 3000 BCE Early Bronze Age, Western Anatolia, so-called "Stargazer", Cleveland Museum of art

Culture - Aztec

Culture - Aztec

Patten, Dutch, circa 1400s

Patten, Dutch, circa 1400s

Date: 16th century   Culture: European   Medium: leather

Date: 16th century Culture: European Medium: leather

Per Johansen

Per Johansen

Turned Cup with Cover, 17th century  German  Ivory  H. 14 1/2 in. (36.8 cm)  Gift of Robert Gordon, 1910 (10.212.2a,b)  NOT ON VIEW   Last Updated December 22, 2011    The technique of forming objects on a lathe, or turning, reached a high degree of complexity in the Renaissance and Baroque eras, when French, Italian, and Central European workshops produced paper-thin hollowed-out shapes from single blocks of ivory. Clerics and noblemen embraced turning as a hobby. Among the rulers who…

Turned Cup with Cover, 17th century German Ivory H. 14 1/2 in. (36.8 cm) Gift of Robert Gordon, 1910 (10.212.2a,b) NOT ON VIEW Last Updated December 22, 2011 The technique of forming objects on a lathe, or turning, reached a high degree of complexity in the Renaissance and Baroque eras, when French, Italian, and Central European workshops produced paper-thin hollowed-out shapes from single blocks of ivory. Clerics and noblemen embraced turning as a hobby. Among the rulers who…

2nd-1st C. BCE. Phoenician limestone Grave stele with 2 images of the Goddess Tanit and a written dedication to her consort Ba'al Hammon. Carthage, Tunisia, N. Africa. British Museum

2nd-1st C. BCE. Phoenician limestone Grave stele with 2 images of the Goddess Tanit and a written dedication to her consort Ba'al Hammon. Carthage, Tunisia, N. Africa. British Museum

The Moselkern Stele is one of the most puzzling (and fascinating) objects in the Rheinischen Landesmuseum's collection. It was found in 1915 in a cemetery near Moselkern (Kreis Cochem-Zell). The stone is believed to have been made in a Rhenish workshop in the 7th century AD.    That it is a Christian monument is certain. In the upper section a Crucifix is carved out; above it appears a large human face and arms, which wrap around the cross and seem to hold the hands of the crucified Christ.

The Moselkern Stele is one of the most puzzling (and fascinating) objects in the Rheinischen Landesmuseum's collection. It was found in 1915 in a cemetery near Moselkern (Kreis Cochem-Zell). The stone is believed to have been made in a Rhenish workshop in the 7th century AD. That it is a Christian monument is certain. In the upper section a Crucifix is carved out; above it appears a large human face and arms, which wrap around the cross and seem to hold the hands of the crucified Christ.

Byzantine coins with Christ on one side and IC XC NIKA on the other (Jesus Christ conquers).

Byzantine coins with Christ on one side and IC XC NIKA on the other (Jesus Christ conquers).

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