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Palmyran

Gravestone with bust of a woman 2nd century AD Syria (Palmyra) limestone Metropolitan Museum of Art, 01.25.1

Funerary relief | The Met

This relief is a type of funerary monument characteristic of the prosperous caravan city of Palmyra during the first three centuries A.D. Reliefs with a representation of the deceased and a short identifying inscription were used to seal burial niches in elaborately decorated communal tombs; those with a half-length or bust format became prevalent sometime after A

A funerary bust of a Palmyrean woman in Tomb H, in the southeast necropolis of Palmyra

The ancient wonders inside Palmyra that ISIS will destroy or sell

The stunning ruins, an architectural jewel of the Middle East and a crossroads of the ancient world, are now in the clutches of jihadists likely to desecrate them as they did ancient sites in Iraq.

Funerary portrait of a woman from Palmyra (Syria),200–250 A.D.

Madame de Pompadour

Funerary portrait of a woman from Palmyra (Syria),200–250 A.D.

The lady Marti, a funerary portrait of a woman from Palmyra, c. 170-190 CE | Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen

The lady Marti relief

The lady Marti, a funerary portrait of a woman from Palmyra, c. 170-190 CE (Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen).

Roman, Funerary monument of Aththaia, daughter of Melchos. Made in Palmyra, Syria in 150-200

to love many things

"The way to know life is to love many things." - Vincent van Gogh.

Author Caroline Lawrence with "Palmyrans" at "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

Author Caroline Lawrence with "Palmyrans" at "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

Palmyran priest & lady at "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

Palmyran priest & lady at "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

A Palmyran beauty from "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

A Palmyran beauty from "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

Roman, Funerary monument of Aththaia, daughter of Melchos. Made in Palmyra, Syria in 150-200. Palmyrene, Imperial Period, A.D. 150–200

Zenobia: Empress of the East: November 2010

Zenobia: Empress of the East

A blog about Queen Zenobia of Palmyra (Tadmor). Women in the ancient world. Women in history. Feminism, goddesses, royal women, and uppity women.

Palmyran priest & lady at British Museum for "Rome Goes East" July 2002

Palmyran priest & lady at British Museum for "Rome Goes East" July 2002

A Palmyran beauty from "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

A Palmyran beauty from "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

Palmyran priest & lady at "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

Palmyran priest & lady at "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

Author Caroline Lawrence with "Palmyrans" at "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

Author Caroline Lawrence with "Palmyrans" at "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

Roman, Funerary monument of Aththaia, daughter of Melchos. Made in Palmyra, Syria in 150-200. Palmyrene, Imperial Period, A.D. 150–200

Zenobia: Empress of the East: November 2010

Zenobia: Empress of the East

A blog about Queen Zenobia of Palmyra (Tadmor). Women in the ancient world. Women in history. Feminism, goddesses, royal women, and uppity women.

Zenobia: Empress of the East: Wrack i Ruiny w Syrii

Wrack and Ruin in Syria

It's hard to understand the scale and spread of killing in Syria, until you see this map. So, Jacopo Ottaviani, a freelance journalist who also describes himself as a map lover, made this map which has just appeared in Foreign Policy magazine: It visualizes the approximately 74,000 people who died [in Syria] from March 2011 to November 2013. Every flare represents the death of one or more people, the most common causes being shooting, shelling, and field execution. The brighter a flare is…

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Hatra

^^ Hatra was founded by Ancient Arab tribes[1] some time in the 3rd century BCE. A religious and trading centre under the Parthian empire of Iran, it...

L'un des plus beaux costumes de film facon "mille et une nuits"

The Costumer's Guide to Movie Costumes

A FUNERARY RELIEF OF A LADY H. 56 cm. Limestone, red paint Palmyra, 2nd half 2nd-1st half 3rd cent. A.D.

A FUNERARY RELIEF OF A LADY H. 56 cm. Limestone, red paint Palmyra, 2nd half 2nd-1st half 3rd cent. A.D.

Funerary relief of a woman from Palmyra in Syria, and of 2nd- beginning of 3rd c.

Madame de Pompadour

Funerary relief of a woman from Palmyra in Syria, and of 2nd- beginning of 3rd c. A.D.

Funerary relief depicting a member of a family, from Palmyra, 2nd- 3rd century, Syria, detail. Roman civilisation, 2nd-3rd century AD. Damascus, Musée National De Damas

Funerary relief depicting a member of a family, from Palmyra, 2nd-...

Funerary relief depicting a member of a family, from Palmyra, 2nd- 3rd century, Syria, detail. Roman civilisation, 2nd-3rd century AD. Damascus, Musée National De Damas

Limestone bust of a veiled woman, from a sculpture set in a tomb at Palmyra (Syria), about AD 80-100, Ashmolean Museum | da Following Hadrian

Limestone bust of a veiled woman, from a sculpture set in a tomb at Palmyra (Syria), about AD 80-100, Ashmolean Museum

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Gravestone with bust of a woman 2nd century AD Syria (Palmyra) limestone Metropolitan Museum of Art, 01.25.1

Funerary relief | The Met

This relief is a type of funerary monument characteristic of the prosperous caravan city of Palmyra during the first three centuries A.D. Reliefs with a representation of the deceased and a short identifying inscription were used to seal burial niches in elaborately decorated communal tombs; those with a half-length or bust format became prevalent sometime after A

A funerary bust of a Palmyrean woman in Tomb H, in the southeast necropolis of Palmyra

The ancient wonders inside Palmyra that ISIS will destroy or sell

The stunning ruins, an architectural jewel of the Middle East and a crossroads of the ancient world, are now in the clutches of jihadists likely to desecrate them as they did ancient sites in Iraq.

Funerary portrait of a woman from Palmyra (Syria),200–250 A.D.

Madame de Pompadour

Funerary portrait of a woman from Palmyra (Syria),200–250 A.D.

The lady Marti, a funerary portrait of a woman from Palmyra, c. 170-190 CE | Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen

The lady Marti relief

The lady Marti, a funerary portrait of a woman from Palmyra, c. 170-190 CE (Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen).

Roman, Funerary monument of Aththaia, daughter of Melchos. Made in Palmyra, Syria in 150-200

to love many things

"The way to know life is to love many things." - Vincent van Gogh.

Author Caroline Lawrence with "Palmyrans" at "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

Author Caroline Lawrence with "Palmyrans" at "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

Palmyran priest & lady at "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

Palmyran priest & lady at "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

A Palmyran beauty from "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

A Palmyran beauty from "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

Roman, Funerary monument of Aththaia, daughter of Melchos. Made in Palmyra, Syria in 150-200. Palmyrene, Imperial Period, A.D. 150–200

Zenobia: Empress of the East: November 2010

Zenobia: Empress of the East

A blog about Queen Zenobia of Palmyra (Tadmor). Women in the ancient world. Women in history. Feminism, goddesses, royal women, and uppity women.

Palmyran priest & lady at British Museum for "Rome Goes East" July 2002

Palmyran priest & lady at British Museum for "Rome Goes East" July 2002

A Palmyran beauty from "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

A Palmyran beauty from "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

Palmyran priest & lady at "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

Palmyran priest & lady at "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

Author Caroline Lawrence with "Palmyrans" at "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

Author Caroline Lawrence with "Palmyrans" at "Rome Goes East" British Museum, London, 2011

Roman, Funerary monument of Aththaia, daughter of Melchos. Made in Palmyra, Syria in 150-200. Palmyrene, Imperial Period, A.D. 150–200