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San Miniato al Monte

Description: Total fa├žade from front center, ca.1090 (1998). From the Romanesque Period.
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Date: 1075/1207
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Kandariya Mahadeva Temple

Description: This view of the Shiva temple shows the many high-relief figures encircling the columns.
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Date: 1025~

Kandariya Mahadeva Temple

Description: This detail view of this Shiva temple includes ascending clusters of towers. The surfaces are covered with intricate patterns carved into the sandstone with each tower topped with a finial.
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Date: 1025~

Kandariya Mahadeva Temple

Description: This view shows the close detail of the south facade which includes carved in high relief erotic couples and their attendants.
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Date: 1025~

Mausoleum of Galla Placidia

Description: Sister of Emperor Honorius. From the Byzantine Era. Total of complex from NE.
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Date: 0450

Children's Games

Description: View of upper right of painting depicting children's games.
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Date: 1560
Creator: Pieter Brueghel the Elder
Item Type: Artwork

Basilica of San Apollinare in Classe

Description: General view from W of the Basilica of San Apollinare in Classe. From the Early Christian Period.
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Date: 0533/0549

Arch of Constantine

Description: Central portion of S front of the Arch of Constantine. Originated in the Roman Forum. From the Late Roman Imperial/Early Christian Period.
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Date: 0301/0325

Lakshmana Temple Complex

Description: This view shows the south side of the temple and its carved figures including celestial beauties applying vermilion to the part in the hair. Vishnu, singing nymphs and an erotic couple are portrayed.
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Date: 0925/0954

Lakshmana Temple Complex

Description: This view shows a very close detail of the northeastern subsidiary shrine. Brahma can be seen at the left of this view and Vishnu at the right.
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Date: 0925/0954

Lakshmana Temple Complex

Description: This view of the subsidiary shrine is shown in very close detail. This wall section consists of many friezes and molded plinths. Many figures carved in high relief and low relief patterns decorate the surface.
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Date: 0925/0954

Lakshmana Temple Complex

Description: This very close detail of celestial beauty applying henna to her feet and an attendant are shown in this view. They are carved in high relief.
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Date: 0925/0954

Lakshmana Temple Complex

Description: The Lakshmana Temple's subsidiary shrine is seen here, in detail, from the east.
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Date: 0925/0954

Lakshmana Temple Complex

Description: This close detail of the temple shows a seated male figure on the far right reaching out in gesture of teaching or guidance to a line of figures in front of him.
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Date: 0925/0954

Lakshmana Temple Complex

Description: Lavish and rich carved detail of the south facade interior corner is shown in this view. Both humans and animals, particularly elephants are depicted in high relief.
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Date: 0925/0954

Lakshmana Temple Complex

Description: This very close detail of the temple's south facade shows elephants lined up closely and ridden by people.
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Date: 0925/0954

Lakshmana Temple Complex

Description: Dancing nymph & snake goddess are depicted in this view. This view is of the south facade and depicts a nymph and a snake goddess. Smaller groups of figures are placed above these.
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Date: 0925/0954

Lakshmana Temple Complex

Description: This west, southwest view of the main temple shows the upper portion.
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Date: 0925/0954

Madonna and Child Enthroned

Description: Painting depicting Madonna and child enthroned.
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Date: 1280
Creator: Cimabue
Item Type: Artwork

Ajanta, Cave 17 Painted Wall

Description: The scene painted on the wall of the cave consists of many male and female figures. In the foreground, a couple are engaged in an enclosed shrine.
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Date: unknown
Item Type: Artwork

Arch of Constantine

Description: Total view of the Arch of Constantine from S. Originated in the Roman Forum. From the Late Roman Imperial/Early Christian Period.
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Date: 0301/0325

Basilica of Santa Sabina

Description: General View of Nave toward the Apse of the Basilica of Santa Sabina. From the Early Christian Period.
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Date: 0422/0432

Mausoleum of Constantia

Description: General view of the interior of the Mausoleum of Constantia. From the Early Christian Period.
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Date: 0337/0351