UNT College of Visual Arts + Design - Browse

ABOUT BROWSE FEED
Note: All results matching your query require you to be a member of the UNT Community (you must be on campus or login with university credentials for access).

The Citadel

Description: Dwelling ruins south of grave circle A are seen in this excavation view.
Date: -1350~/-1200~
Location Info:

The Citadel

Description: The upper portions of the citadel are seen and at the right hand side of the image are some modern buildings as well.
Date: -1350~/-1200~
Location Info:

The Citadel

Description: Dwellings south of the grave circle A are visible in this view towards the south.
Date: -1350~/-1200~
Location Info:

The Citadel

Description: The view into the main gallery is shown in this view. A figure stands at the end of the gallery revealing the massive scale of the stones.
Date: -1350~/-1200~
Location Info:

The Citadel

Description: The view shows the northern edge of the citadel and the surrounding landscape.
Date: -1350~/-1200~
Location Info:

The Citadel

Description: The view is up the stairs from the fortified entry of the west bastion.
Date: -1350~/-1200~
Location Info:

Cycladic Goddess

Description: Half-length detail from right center of sculpture depicting Cycladic Goddess. From the Minoan Pre-Palace Period.
Date: -2400

Dionysos with a Deerskin

Description: Half-length from front left of Dionysos with a deerskin. Roman copy from Hadrian's era (117-138). From Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli; from the Greek Classical Period.
Date: -0400/-0301

Dionysos with a Deerskin

Description: Total from front of sculpture depicting Dionysos with a deerskin. Roman copy from Hadrian's era (117-138). From Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli; from the Greek Classical Period.
Date: -0400/-0301

Dionysos with a Deerskin

Description: bust-length detail, from front left of sculpture depicting Dionysos with a deerskin. Roman copy from Hadrian's era (117-138). From the Greek Classical Period, and from Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli.
Date: -0400/-0301

Dying Niobid

Description: Detail: half-length from front right of sculpture entitled Dying Niobid. Roman copy, 2nd c. AD? Found in Rome, Via Collina; from the Greek Classical Period.
Date: -0440