Παρμενίδης-Ιωάννης Μπουσίου

Παρμενίδης-Ιωάννης Μπουσίου

Παρμενίδης-Ιωάννης Μπουσίου
Περισσότερες ιδέες από το Παρμενίδης-Ιωάννης
Acropolis warrior Bronze head. Severe Style, 490-480 BCE. From the Athenian Acropolis. National Archaeological Museum Athens, Greece

Acropolis warrior Bronze head. Severe Style, 490-480 BCE. From the Athenian Acropolis. National Archaeological Museum Athens, Greece

Mask | Cleveland Museum of Art

Mask | Cleveland Museum of Art

Head of a marine Medusa, Bronze, Roman artwork, ca. 50–75 CE.

Head of a marine Medusa, Bronze, Roman artwork, ca. 50–75 CE.

File:Museo Barracco - Giove Ammone 1010637.JPG      1st century Fragment with head of Jupiter Ammon, of unusually fine quality, reflecting Hellenistic style

File:Museo Barracco - Giove Ammone 1010637.JPG 1st century Fragment with head of Jupiter Ammon, of unusually fine quality, reflecting Hellenistic style

Herm pillar depicting the head of  Zeus Amon, with ram horns.  Giallo Antico.  Roman,  1st. century B.C-1st century A.D.

Herm pillar depicting the head of Zeus Amon, with ram horns. Giallo Antico. Roman, 1st. century B.C-1st century A.D.

Rene Michel Slodtz, "Chrysés"

Rene Michel Slodtz, "Chrysés"

Dionysus, detail. 1st century CE, Herculaneum, Villa dei Papiri.  2f78784789760bcda0baba07713f4381.jpg (509×720)

Dionysus, detail. 1st century CE, Herculaneum, Villa dei Papiri. 2f78784789760bcda0baba07713f4381.jpg (509×720)

Polyphemus - The Cyclops

Polyphemus - The Cyclops

Dionysus seen in a more philosophical Plato style detail rendition. 1st century C.E. – Villa dei Papiri, Herculaneum

Dionysus seen in a more philosophical Plato style detail rendition. 1st century C.E. – Villa dei Papiri, Herculaneum

GREECE CHANNEL | Close up of one of the Riace Bronzes, or Riace Warriors.  Two full-body statues found  buried in the sand of the Mediterranean Sea by a diver.  The ancient Greek bronzes are dated at 460 - 450 B.C.

GREECE CHANNEL | Close up of one of the Riace Bronzes, or Riace Warriors. Two full-body statues found buried in the sand of the Mediterranean Sea by a diver. The ancient Greek bronzes are dated at 460 - 450 B.C.