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Votive stela with figures of Goddesses Taweret and Mut of Isheru, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, ca. 1390–1352 B.C., From Egypt; Probably from Upper Egypt, Thebes
Punic civilization - Tunisia - Tophet of Carthage - 2nd century b.C. - Votive stele with a relief representing a sacrifice to Goddess Tanit
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Phoenician civilization. 6th century b. C. Votive stele dedicated to god Baal Hammon from Hanno, son of Adonobal From Lilibeo (Italy, Sicily region)  Palermo
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Maitreya Buddha, rear of a decorated votive stele, relief in white and gold coloured marble, China. Chinese Civilisation, Northern Qi Dynasty, 6th century
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Votive stele with reliefs containing elements of Berber, Punic (Tanit) and Greek-Roman culture (Dionysus, Aphrodite, Zeus and Hermes)
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Buddhist Votive Stele - Western Wei dynasty (A.D. 535'557), dated A.D. 551 - China. Stone. 551 AD
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Triad of Shakyamuni Buddha, light grey limestone stele with votive relief decoration, China. Chinese Civilisation, Northern Qi Dynasty, 6th century
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Punic civilization, 4th-3rd century b.C. Votive stele with engraving depicting a priest carrying a child to ritual sacrifice (Molek-sacrifice)
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Gallo-Roman civilization, 2nd century A.D. Votive stele portraying the Celtic god Cernunnos between Apollo and Mercury, circa 100 A.D
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Votive Stele with Buddha and Bodhisattvas. Period: Northern Qi dynasty; Date: mid- 6th century; Culture: China; Medium: Limestone with pigment and gilding;...
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Votive stele with reliefs containing elements of Berber, Punic (Tanit) and Greek-Roman culture (Dionysus, Aphrodite, Zeus and Hermes)
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Votive stele of Takasu for the gods Harmachis and Atum. 25/26 dynasty Thebes
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Votive stela for deified Kings from the 18th Dynasty, Egypt
Ancient Egyptian votive stela. Limestone
Votive or funerary stele, ca. late 1st millennium B.C., Southwestern Arabia, Alabaster (gypsum), 9 5/8 x 4 in. (24.5 x 10
Votive stele with reliefs containing elements of Berber, Punic (Tanit) and Greek-Roman culture (Dionysus, Aphrodite, Zeus and Hermes)
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Punic civilization - Tunisia - Tophet of Carthage - 4th century b.C. - Votive stele with an inscription to Goddess Tanit  Tunis
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Punic-Numidian art, 2nd century b.C.-1st century A.D. Votive stele with reliefs containing elements of Berber, Punic (Tanit) and Greek-Roman (Dionysus
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The reverse of a miniature votive stele in Khymer style showing the inscription
Punic civilization, 2nd century b.C. Votive limestone stele shaped as a small chapel (Naiskos) dedicated to Demeter. Base relief showing a boar
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