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an old newspaper article with the caption there'll be no escape in future from telephones
A newspaper clipping from 1953 Tacoma New Tribune containing a prediction about future cellphones...
an old black and white photo of some ruins
Η πρώτη σωζώμενη φωτογραφία της Ακρόπολης, 1842. Joseph-Philibert Girault de Prangey
an ancient egyptian statue with braids on it's head and hands in front of a black background
Ptolemaic period Bas relief fragment portraying Cleopatra.
an artistic painting on the side of a building
Dome over the sanctuary at Hosios Lukas, c. 1000, Boeotia, Greece.
an old photo of a man standing in front of a stone statue with his hands on his hips
Statue of Patroclos, found in Athens at the Hephaisteion or Temple of…
an owl statue sitting on top of a stone block in front of a gray background
Owl Bronze, said to be from the peninsula of Cnidus East Greek First half of the 5th century BCE
an owl statue is on display in front of a wall
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an owl head sculpture is shown on a gray background, with the eyes open and one eye closed
Gold and the Incas
Bell in the form of an owl's head 100 BC-400 BC / Vicus culture Peru -
an odd looking stone object with a smiley face on it's side, against a black background
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Neolithic Sculpture, Algeria 3rd - 2nd Millennium BC
four stone carvings with faces and numbers are shown in the same pattern as they appear to be carved
Owl Plaques, Eye-Goddesses and Owl-vases
Valdivian stone figures are rectangular in shape with delineated eyes and features in characteristic minimalist style, Ecuador. (Around 3500-2000 B.C.) The Valdivia Culture is one of the oldest settled cultures recorded in the Americas. It emerged from the earlier Las Vegas culture and thrived on the Santa Elena peninsula near the modern-day town of Valdivia, Ecuador between 3500 BC and 1800 BC.
an owl figurine sitting on top of a table
Corinthian Aryballos in the Shape of an Owl, Corinth, Greece, Circa 640 BC
a stone sculpture is shown on a black background with the image of an object in it's center
Museum of Cycladic Art
Head and neck of a canonical figurine (Spedos variety). Marble Cycladic. 2800-2300 BC Early Cycladic II period - Syros phase