Byzantine ivory and steatite

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Byzantine icons or other relief images made of ivory or soapstone

Васил Тенекеджиев
 Ivory ~ Aryan symbols, customs, and traditions have infiltrated practically every State established / recognized religion. Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, Religious Rituals, Religious Art, Early Christian, Christian Art, Spiritual Images, Christian Religions, Orthodox Icons

Egyptian civilitation,Coptic period,6th century. Ivory

Saint Mark Preaching From Ivories of the So-Called Grado Chair Eastern Mediterranean or Egypt, century x x cm x x in.) Civiche Raccolte d’Arte Applicata—Castello Sforzesco, Milan Early Christian, Christian Art, Statues, Art Roman, Empire Romain, Medieval World, Byzantine Art, Metropolitan Museum, New Art
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Plaque of Saint Demetrius of Thessalonica Black History Books, Black History Facts, Art History, Parrot Image, Ottonian, Black Royalty, Empire Romain, Byzantine Art, Ancient Mysteries
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Saint Démétrios 1st part of 11 th C

Detalle del Triptico Harbaville,en marfil,Museo del Louvre Roman Sculpture, Stone Sculpture, Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, Thomas The Apostle, Empire Romain, Religious Icons, Orthodox Icons, Medieval Art
Stone SculptureByzantine ArtReligious Icons

Detalle del Triptico Harbaville,en marfil,Museo del Louvre

Myth mixes w/ Christianity in Byzantine ivory depicting Hades pierced by the cross. / O mito mistura-se com cristianismo em marfim bizantino retratando Hades perfurado pela Cruz. Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, Early Christian, Christian Art, Catholic Art, Religious Art, Empire Romain, Les Religions, Biblical Art
Byzantine ArtEarly ChristianCatholic ArtReligious ArtLes Religions

Icon with the Crucifixion | Byzantine | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Date: mid-10th century. Geography: Made in probably Constantinople. Culture: Byzantine. Medium: Ivory. Dimensions: 5 15/16 × 3 1/2 × 5/16 in. (15.1 × 8.9...

An ivory pyxis from the Renaissance as exhibited at the British Museum's Treasures of Heaven. ~ETS (Jonathan Jones: The British Museum show leads us into a medieval world where people kissed relics – so why discourage this magical ritual? Fall Of Constantinople, Collections D'objets, Medieval World, Medieval Art, Byzantine Art, Art Institute Of Chicago, Dark Ages, Ancient Rome, Ivoire
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Pyxis - Treasures of Heaven

Culture: Roman (Alexandria) Date: 6th century Material: Ivory

San Demetrio - ,Marfil,siglo XI  Alta Edad Media Romanesque Sculpture, Ottonian, High Middle Ages, Byzantine Icons, Medieval Times, Orthodox Icons, European History, Ivoire, Roman Empire
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Archangel Michael with St. Byzantine Gold, Byzantine Icons, Constantine The Great, Greek Jewelry, Early Christian, Archangel Michael, Orthodox Icons, Ancient Jewelry, Dark Ages
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Archangel Michael with St. Demetrius

West - Cutler - Carving, Recarving, and Forgery: Working Ivory in the Tenth and Twentieth Centuries Early Christian, Christian Art, Art Roman, Medieval Books, Empire Romain, Byzantine Icons, John The Baptist, Religious Icons, Catholic Saints
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  Roman Sculpture, Byzantine Icons, Soapstone, Religion, Carving, Image, Decor, Cutest Dogs, Art
SoapstoneImageCutest DogsArt


Слоновая кость из музея Барджелло, Флоренция. Византия, VI в.

Bloodstone cameo of the Virgin Mary from the Byzantine Empire Cameo Jewelry, Jewellery, Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Dark Ages, Birthstone Jewelry, Christian Art, New Art, Art Museum
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Cameo of the Virgin

This small and delicately carved bloodstone cameo shows the Virgin standing and turning to her left, her arms raised in a gesture of prayer or supplication. An abbreviated inscription on either side identifies her as the "Mother of God." She is perhaps imploring her son to forgive the sins of humanity, and the original owner of this work no doubt hoped that she was interceding specifically on his or her behalf. The gold frame around the piece is modern, and it is unclear whether this small…

Plaque of the Virgin Hagiosoritissa Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, Louvre, Soapstone, Sculpture, 14th Century, Les Oeuvres, Saint, Religion
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Plaque : Vierge Hagiosoritissa (Vierge de la Sainte Châsse)

Plaque : Vierge Hagiosoritissa (Vierge de la Sainte Châsse) , Musée du Louvre. Venez découvrir plus de 500 000 images des œuvres d'art des musées Français, à partager, collectionner et télécharger

A Century Byzantine Casket. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Scenes from the Book of Joshua. The Destruction of Ai. Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, Altar, Book Of Joshua, Roman Sculpture, Medieval Art, Romanesque, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Rome
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Panel from an Ivory Casket with Scenes of the Story of Joshua Date:900–1000

Front of a Byzantine Ivory Casket, Centuries Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, 12th Century, Casket, Warriors, Folk Art, Roman, Medieval, Ethnic
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Front of a Byzantine Ivory Casket, 11-12th Centuries

A leaf of a consular diptych of Flavius Felix, enrobed and holding a consular staff. Carved out of ivory. Made in 428 at Rome. Currently located at the treasury of Abbey of Saint-Junien, France. Carthage, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Roman Consul, Saint Junien, John Chrysostom, Byzantine Icons, Romanesque, Dark Ages
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Constantius Felix, ca. 428

Two Warriors on Horseback on a Casket Lid, Byzantine, Victoria & Albert… Byzantine Army, Byzantine Icons, Oriental, Biblical Art, Antique Boxes, 11th Century, Medieval Art, Romanesque, Dark Ages
Byzantine Army11th CenturyRomanesque

Casket lid from Constantinople Date: mid 11th century