• Isis's Labyrinth  in the Tramuntana Forest, Cres Island Croatia
  • Isis's Labyrinth  in the Tramuntana Forest, Cres Island Croatia
  • Vesna's Labyrinth - Replica of a labyrinth found in Notre Dame Cathedral; Tramuntana Forest; Cres Island Croatia
  • Vesna's Labyrinth - Replica of a labyrinth found in Notre Dame Cathedral; Tramuntana Forest; Cres Island Croatia
  • Isis's Labyrinth  in the Tramuntana Forest, Cres Island Croatia
  • Isis's Labyrinth  in the Tramuntana Forest, Cres Island Croatia
  • Isis's Labyrinth  in the Tramuntana Forest, Cres Island Croatia
  • Stones laid out in the Tramuntana Forest; Cres Island Croatia
  • Vesna's Labyrinth - Replica of a labyrinth found in Notre Dame Cathedral; Tramuntana Forest; Cres Island Croatia
  • Vesna's Labyrinth - Replica of a labyrinth found in Notre Dame Cathedral; Tramuntana Forest; Cres Island Croatia
  • Lada's Labyrinth - Replica of an acient Roman Labyrinth of Pula,  Tramuntana Forest, Cres Island Croatia
  • Lada's Labyrinth - Replica of an acient Roman Labyrinth of Pula,  Tramuntana Forest, Cres Island Croatia
  • Lada's Labyrinth - Replica of an acient Roman Labyrinth of Pula,  Tramuntana Forest, Cres Island Croatia
  • Lada's Labyrinth - Replica of an acient Roman Labyrinth of Pula,  Tramuntana Forest, Cres Island Croatia
  • Lada's Labyrinth - Replica of an acient Roman Labyrinth of Pula,  Tramuntana Forest, Cres Island Croatia
  • Isis's Labyrinth  in the Tramuntana Forest, Cres Island Croatia
  • Vesna's Labyrinth - Replica of a labyrinth found in Notre Dame Cathedral; Tramuntana Forest; Cres Island Croatia
  • Vesna's Labyrinth - Replica of a labyrinth found in Notre Dame Cathedral; Tramuntana Forest; Cres Island Croatia
  • Vesna's Labyrinth - Replica of a labyrinth found in Notre Dame Cathedral; Tramuntana Forest; Cres Island Croatia
  • Vesna's Labyrinth - Replica of a labyrinth found in Notre Dame Cathedral; Tramuntana Forest; Cres Island Croatia
  • Lada's Labyrinth - Replica of an acient Roman Labyrinth of Pula,  Tramuntana Forest, Cres Island Croatia
  • Vesna's Labyrinth - Replica of a labyrinth found in Notre Dame Cathedral; Tramuntana Forest; Cres Island Croatia
  • Lada's Labyrinth - Replica of an acient Roman Labyrinth of Pula,  Tramuntana Forest, Cres Island Croatia
  • Isis's Labyrinth  in the Tramuntana Forest, Cres Island Croatia
  • Vesna's Labyrinth - Replica of a labyrinth found in Notre Dame Cathedral; Tramuntana Forest; Cres Island Croatia
  • Medieval relief sculptures of mythical creatures on the exterior of the Romanesque Baptistery of Parma, circa 1196, (Battistero di Parma), Italy
  • Medieval relief sculptures of mythical dragon on the exterior of the Romanesque Baptistery of Parma, circa 1196, (Battistero di Parma), Italy
  • Medieval relief sculptures of mythical half human creatures on the exterior of the Romanesque Baptistery of Parma, circa 1196, (Battistero di Parma), Italy
  • Medieval relief sculptures of mythical bird on the exterior of the Romanesque Baptistery of Parma, circa 1196, (Battistero di Parma), Italy
  • Medieval relief sculptures of mythical bird on the exterior of the Romanesque Baptistery of Parma, circa 1196, (Battistero di Parma), Italy
  • Medieval relief sculptures of mythical half man half dragon creature on the exterior of the Romanesque Baptistery of Parma, circa 1196, (Battistero di Parma), Italy
  • Medieval relief sculptures of mythical creatures on the exterior of the Romanesque Baptistery of Parma, circa 1196, (Battistero di Parma), Italy
  • Medieval relief sculptures of mythical creatures on the exterior of the Romanesque Baptistery of Parma, circa 1196, (Battistero di Parma), Italy
  • Medieval relief sculptures of mythical cattle on the exterior of the Romanesque Baptistery of Parma, circa 1196, (Battistero di Parma), Italy
  • Medieval relief sculptures of mythical creatures on the exterior of the Romanesque Baptistery of Parma, circa 1196, (Battistero di Parma), Italy
  • Medieval relief sculptures of mythical half man half dragon creature on the exterior of the Romanesque Baptistery of Parma, circa 1196, (Battistero di Parma), Italy
  • Medieval relief sculptures of mythical half man half dragon creature on the exterior of the Romanesque Baptistery of Parma, circa 1196, (Battistero di Parma), Italy
  • Medieval relief sculptures of mythical griffins on the exterior of the Romanesque Baptistery of Parma, circa 1196, (Battistero di Parma), Italy
  • Medieval relief sculptures of mythical creatures on the exterior of the Romanesque Baptistery of Parma, circa 1196, (Battistero di Parma), Italy
  • Medieval relief sculptures of mythical creatures on the exterior of the Romanesque Baptistery of Parma, circa 1196, (Battistero di Parma), Italy
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Roman mosaic of a Phoenix, From Daphne, a suburb of Antioch, Antakya, Turkey, 6th century AD. Marble blocks and glass paste cubes. The phoenix is a mythical bird associated with the sun. A phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. The phoenix was subsequently adopted as a symbol in Early Christianity.In the mosaic it is perched rock above a background of rose buds and is bordered by a pair of facing rams. inv 3342, restored in 1936 by the Louvre Museum, Paris
  • Roman mosaic of a Phoenix, From Daphne, a suburb of Antioch, Antakya, Turkey, 6th century AD. Marble blocks and glass paste cubes. The phoenix is a mythical bird associated with the sun. A phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. The phoenix was subsequently adopted as a symbol in Early Christianity.In the mosaic it is perched rock above a background of rose buds and is bordered by a pair of facing rams. inv 3342, restored in 1936 by the Louvre Museum, Paris
  • Centaur with Eros on its back, a 1st - 2nd AD Roman sculpture in marble. Tradition has it that a centaur be a monstrous half-man half-horse mythical creature. In this Roman statue the old centaur is being ridden by Eros (Cupid), the Greek god of Love represented in the form of a young wing child. The sculpture is a copy of a Greek original  attributed to school sculpture of Aphrodisias (Turkey) can be dating in the 2nd century BC. The Borghese Collection inv MR 122 ( or Ma 562 ), Louvre Museum Paris
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Painted colour verion of  Centaur with Eros on its back, a 1st - 2nd AD Roman sculpture in marble. Tradition has it that a centaur be a monstrous half-man half-horse mythical creature. In this Roman statue the old centaur is being ridden by Eros (Cupid), the Greek god of Love represented in the form of a young wing child. The sculpture is a copy of a Greek original  attributed to school sculpture of Aphrodisias (Turkey) can be dating in the 2nd century BC. The Borghese Collection inv MR 122 ( or Ma 562 ), Louvre Museum Paris
  • Side view of the Etruscan bronce statue of the mythical Chimera known as the  "Chimera of Arezzo" from the St Lorentino Gate of Arezzo, made end of 5th - early 4th century B.C, inv no 1,  National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , black background
  • Etruscan bronce statue of the mythical Chimera known as the  "Chimera of Arezzo" from the St Lorentino Gate of Arezzo, made end of 5th - early 4th century B.C, inv no 1,  National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , grey art background
  • Side view of the Etruscan bronce statue of the mythical Chimera known as the  "Chimera of Arezzo" from the St Lorentino Gate of Arezzo, made end of 5th - early 4th century B.C, inv no 1,  National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , against grey
  • Side view of the Etruscan bronce statue of the mythical Chimera known as the  "Chimera of Arezzo" from the St Lorentino Gate of Arezzo, made end of 5th - early 4th century B.C, inv no 1,  National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Centaur with Eros on its back, a 1st - 2nd AD Roman sculpture in marble. Tradition has it that a centaur be a monstrous half-man half-horse mythical creature. In this Roman statue the old centaur is being ridden by Eros (Cupid), the Greek god of Love represented in the form of a young wing child. The sculpture is a copy of a Greek original  attributed to school sculpture of Aphrodisias (Turkey) can be dating in the 2nd century BC. The Borghese Collection inv MR 122 ( or Ma 562 ), Louvre Museum Paris
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Mythical medieval animal. A 12th Century Romanesque fresco from the Church of Saint Joan Boi, al de Boi, Spain. National Art Museum of Catalonia, Barcelona. MNAC 15953
  • Statue of a Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) from the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid  Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Painted colour verion of  Centaur with Eros on its back, a 1st - 2nd AD Roman sculpture in marble. Tradition has it that a centaur be a monstrous half-man half-horse mythical creature. In this Roman statue the old centaur is being ridden by Eros (Cupid), the Greek god of Love represented in the form of a young wing child. The sculpture is a copy of a Greek original  attributed to school sculpture of Aphrodisias (Turkey) can be dating in the 2nd century BC. The Borghese Collection inv MR 122 ( or Ma 562 ), Louvre Museum Paris
  • Etruscan bronce statue of the mythical Chimera known as the  "Chimera of Arezzo" from the St Lorentino Gate of Arezzo, made end of 5th - early 4th century B.C, inv no 1,  National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , against grey
  • Side view of the Etruscan bronce statue of the mythical Chimera known as the  "Chimera of Arezzo" from the St Lorentino Gate of Arezzo, made end of 5th - early 4th century B.C, inv no 1,  National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , white background
  • Mythical creature statue from the destoyed south door of the 12th century Romanesque Ferrara Duom, Italy
  • Roman mosaics depicting mythical sea gods & godesses from the north African Roman province of Africanus . Bardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.
  • Roman mosaic of a mythical procession, Pompeii, Naples Archaeological Musum, Italy
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Centaur with Eros on its back, a 1st - 2nd AD Roman sculpture in marble. Tradition has it that a centaur be a monstrous half-man half-horse mythical creature. In this Roman statue the old centaur is being ridden by Eros (Cupid), the Greek god of Love represented in the form of a young wing child. The sculpture is a copy of a Greek original  attributed to school sculpture of Aphrodisias (Turkey) can be dating in the 2nd century BC. The Borghese Collection inv MR 122 ( or Ma 562 ), Louvre Museum Paris
  • Centaur with Eros on its back, a 1st - 2nd AD Roman sculpture in marble. Tradition has it that a centaur be a monstrous half-man half-horse mythical creature. In this Roman statue the old centaur is being ridden by Eros (Cupid), the Greek god of Love represented in the form of a young wing child. The sculpture is a copy of a Greek original  attributed to school sculpture of Aphrodisias (Turkey) can be dating in the 2nd century BC. The Borghese Collection inv MR 122 ( or Ma 562 ), Louvre Museum Paris
  • Centaur with Eros on its back, a 1st - 2nd AD Roman sculpture in marble. Tradition has it that a centaur be a monstrous half-man half-horse mythical creature. In this Roman statue the old centaur is being ridden by Eros (Cupid), the Greek god of Love represented in the form of a young wing child. The sculpture is a copy of a Greek original  attributed to school sculpture of Aphrodisias (Turkey) can be dating in the 2nd century BC. The Borghese Collection inv MR 122 ( or Ma 562 ), Louvre Museum Paris
  • Painted colour verion of  Centaur with Eros on its back, a 1st - 2nd AD Roman sculpture in marble. Tradition has it that a centaur be a monstrous half-man half-horse mythical creature. In this Roman statue the old centaur is being ridden by Eros (Cupid), the Greek god of Love represented in the form of a young wing child. The sculpture is a copy of a Greek original  attributed to school sculpture of Aphrodisias (Turkey) can be dating in the 2nd century BC. The Borghese Collection inv MR 122 ( or Ma 562 ), Louvre Museum Paris
  • Etruscan bronce statue of the mythical Chimera known as the  "Chimera of Arezzo" from the St Lorentino Gate of Arezzo, made end of 5th - early 4th century B.C, inv no 1,  National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , white background
  • Side view of the Etruscan bronce statue of the mythical Chimera known as the  "Chimera of Arezzo" from the St Lorentino Gate of Arezzo, made end of 5th - early 4th century B.C, inv no 1,  National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , grey art background
  • Mythical animal sculpture on the door jams on the main portal of the of the 12th century Romanesque Ferrara Duomo, Italy
  • The left portal with relief sculpture of mythical creatures in the lunette, Basilica Church of Santa Maria Maggiore, Tuscania
  • Roman mosaic of a mythical procession, Pompeii, Naples Archaeological Musum, Italy
  • Roman mosaic of a mythical procession, Pompeii, Naples Archaeological Musum, Italy
  • Roman mosaic of a Phoenix, From Daphne, a suburb of Antioch, Antakya, Turkey, 6th century AD. Marble blocks and glass paste cubes. The phoenix is a mythical bird associated with the sun. A phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. The phoenix was subsequently adopted as a symbol in Early Christianity.In the mosaic it is perched rock above a background of rose buds and is bordered by a pair of facing rams. inv 3342, restored in 1936 by the Louvre Museum, Paris
  • Roman mosaic of a Phoenix, From Daphne, a suburb of Antioch, Antakya, Turkey, 6th century AD. Marble blocks and glass paste cubes. The phoenix is a mythical bird associated with the sun. A phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. The phoenix was subsequently adopted as a symbol in Early Christianity.In the mosaic it is perched rock above a background of rose buds and is bordered by a pair of facing rams. inv 3342, restored in 1936 by the Louvre Museum, Paris
  • Roman mosaic of a Phoenix, From Daphne, a suburb of Antioch, Antakya, Turkey, 6th century AD. Marble blocks and glass paste cubes. The phoenix is a mythical bird associated with the sun. A phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. The phoenix was subsequently adopted as a symbol in Early Christianity.In the mosaic it is perched rock above a background of rose buds and is bordered by a pair of facing rams. inv 3342, restored in 1936 by the Louvre Museum, Paris
  • Centaur with Eros on its back, a 1st - 2nd AD Roman sculpture in marble. Tradition has it that a centaur be a monstrous half-man half-horse mythical creature. In this Roman statue the old centaur is being ridden by Eros (Cupid), the Greek god of Love represented in the form of a young wing child. The sculpture is a copy of a Greek original  attributed to school sculpture of Aphrodisias (Turkey) can be dating in the 2nd century BC. The Borghese Collection inv MR 122 ( or Ma 562 ), Louvre Museum Paris
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of mythical dragon from the south doorway of the Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Centaur with Eros on its back, a 1st - 2nd AD Roman sculpture in marble. Tradition has it that a centaur be a monstrous half-man half-horse mythical creature. In this Roman statue the old centaur is being ridden by Eros (Cupid), the Greek god of Love represented in the form of a young wing child. The sculpture is a copy of a Greek original  attributed to school sculpture of Aphrodisias (Turkey) can be dating in the 2nd century BC. The Borghese Collection inv MR 122 ( or Ma 562 ), Louvre Museum Paris
  • Lucanian fresco tomb painting of the deceased on a mythical horse being offered food for the journey to the next world . Paestrum, Andriuolo. Tomb 84.  (350-340 )
  • Painted colour verion of  Centaur with Eros on its back, a 1st - 2nd AD Roman sculpture in marble. Tradition has it that a centaur be a monstrous half-man half-horse mythical creature. In this Roman statue the old centaur is being ridden by Eros (Cupid), the Greek god of Love represented in the form of a young wing child. The sculpture is a copy of a Greek original  attributed to school sculpture of Aphrodisias (Turkey) can be dating in the 2nd century BC. The Borghese Collection inv MR 122 ( or Ma 562 ), Louvre Museum Paris
  • Roman mosaic of a mythical procession, Pompeii, Naples Archaeological Musum, Italy
  • Centaur with Eros on its back, a 1st - 2nd AD Roman sculpture in marble. Tradition has it that a centaur be a monstrous half-man half-horse mythical creature. In this Roman statue the old centaur is being ridden by Eros (Cupid), the Greek god of Love represented in the form of a young wing child. The sculpture is a copy of a Greek original  attributed to school sculpture of Aphrodisias (Turkey) can be dating in the 2nd century BC. The Borghese Collection inv MR 122 ( or Ma 562 ), Louvre Museum Paris
  • Lucanian fresco tomb painting of the deceased on a mythical horse being offered food for the journey to the next world . Paestrum, Andriuolo. Tomb 84.  (350-340 )
  • Lucanian fresco tomb painting of the deceased on a mythical horse being offered food for the journey to the next world . Paestrum, Andriuolo. Tomb 84.  (350-340 )
  • Painted colour verion of  Centaur with Eros on its back, a 1st - 2nd AD Roman sculpture in marble. Tradition has it that a centaur be a monstrous half-man half-horse mythical creature. In this Roman statue the old centaur is being ridden by Eros (Cupid), the Greek god of Love represented in the form of a young wing child. The sculpture is a copy of a Greek original  attributed to school sculpture of Aphrodisias (Turkey) can be dating in the 2nd century BC. The Borghese Collection inv MR 122 ( or Ma 562 ), Louvre Museum Paris
  • Late medieval inlay sculpture depicting a Griffin killing a mythical animal on the Facade of the Cattedrale di San Martino,  Duomo of Lucca, Tunscany, Italy,
  • Etruscan bronce statue of the mythical Chimera known as the  "Chimera of Arezzo" from the St Lorentino Gate of Arezzo, made end of 5th - early 4th century B.C, inv no 1,  National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy
  • Roman mosaic of a Phoenix, From Daphne, a suburb of Antioch, Antakya, Turkey, 6th century AD. Marble blocks and glass paste cubes. The phoenix is a mythical bird associated with the sun. A phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. The phoenix was subsequently adopted as a symbol in Early Christianity.In the mosaic it is perched rock above a background of rose buds and is bordered by a pair of facing rams. inv 3342, restored in 1936 by the Louvre Museum, Paris
  • Roman mosaic of a Phoenix, From Daphne, a suburb of Antioch, Antakya, Turkey, 6th century AD. Marble blocks and glass paste cubes. The phoenix is a mythical bird associated with the sun. A phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. The phoenix was subsequently adopted as a symbol in Early Christianity.In the mosaic it is perched rock above a background of rose buds and is bordered by a pair of facing rams. inv 3342, restored in 1936 by the Louvre Museum, Paris
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of mythical dragon and a man from the south doorway of the Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of mythical dragon from the south doorway of the Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Roman mosaic of a Phoenix, From Daphne, a suburb of Antioch, Antakya, Turkey, 6th century AD. Marble blocks and glass paste cubes. The phoenix is a mythical bird associated with the sun. A phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. The phoenix was subsequently adopted as a symbol in Early Christianity.In the mosaic it is perched rock above a background of rose buds and is bordered by a pair of facing rams. inv 3342, restored in 1936 by the Louvre Museum, Paris
  • Two warriors clasing shields on a freeze from the Large Podium of the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of mythical dragon from the south doorway of the Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Etruscan bronce statue of the mythical Chimera known as the  "Chimera of Arezzo" from the St Lorentino Gate of Arezzo, made end of 5th - early 4th century B.C, inv no 1,  National Archaeological Museum Florence, Italy , black background
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Two warriors clasing shields on a freeze from the Large Podium of the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Statue of a Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) from the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid  Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Greek marble Statue of Hermaphroditius ( Hermaphrodites) a mythical being that has both male & female characteristics. From Pergamum (Bergama) Turkey. Istanbul Archaeology Museum, Inv 363T Cat. Mendel 624.
  • Statue of a Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) from the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid  Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Greek marble Statue of Hermaphroditius ( Hermaphrodites) a mythical being that has both male & female characteristics. From Pergamum (Bergama) Turkey. Istanbul Archaeology Museum, Inv 363T Cat. Mendel 624.
  • Two warriors clasing shields on a freeze from the Large Podium of the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Two warriors clasing shields on a freeze from the Large Podium of the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Statue of a Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) from the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid  Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Greek marble Statue of Hermaphroditius ( Hermaphrodites) a mythical being that has both male & female characteristics. From Pergamum (Bergama) Turkey. Istanbul Archaeology Museum, Inv 363T Cat. Mendel 624.
  • Hunters freeze from the Large Podium of the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Pictures & images of the North Gate Hittite sculpture statue depicting a mythical winged god with a human head. 8the century BC.  Karatepe Aslantas Open-Air Museum (Karatepe-Aslantaş Açık Hava Müzesi), Osmaniye Province, Turkey. Against art background
  • Medieval relief sculptures of mythical bird on the exterior of the Romanesque Baptistery of Parma, circa 1196, (Battistero di Parma), Italy
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of mythical dragon from the south doorway of the Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Coloured glazed terracotta tiled panels depicting mythical Griffins. From the reign of Darius 1st and the First Persian or Achaemenid Empire around 510 BC excavated from the Palace of Daius 1st Susa, present day Iran.. Inv AS 332607, The Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Coloured glazed terracotta tiled panels depicting mythical Griffins. From the reign of Darius 1st and the First Persian or Achaemenid Empire around 510 BC excavated from the Palace of Daius 1st Susa, present day Iran.. Inv AS 332607, The Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • 10th - 8th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from the city of Sam'al (Hittite: Yadiya) near Zincirli Höyük in the Anti-Taurus Mountains of modern Turkey. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin. Museum Inv No: VA 8859, 8843, 8845, 8840, 8850, 8844, 8856
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin Museum Inv No: OP 15
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin Museum Inv No: OP 15
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin . Museum Inv No: VA  8856
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin . Museum Inv No: VA  8856
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin . Museum Inv No: VA  8840,
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin . Museum Inv No: VA  8840,
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin . Museum Inv No: VA  8856
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin . Museum Inv No: VA  8856
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • 10th - 8th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from the city of Sam'al (Hittite: Yadiya) near Zincirli Höyük in the Anti-Taurus Mountains of modern Turkey. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict a mythical Bird. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Statue of a Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) from the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid  Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Pictures & images of the North Gate ancient Hittite stele stone slabs with stele of Hittite Gods, mythical beasts and lion as well as carvings of the Phoenician language  known as the Karatepe bilingual, which allowed academics to translate Hittite hieroglyphs. 8th century BC discovered in 1946. Karatepe Aslantas Open-Air Museum (Karatepe-Aslantaş Açık Hava Müzesi), Osmaniye Province, Turkey. Against black background
  • The left portal with relief sculpture of mythical creatures in the lunette, Basilica Church of Santa Maria Maggiore, Tuscania
  • The left portal with geometric Norman-Sicilain elements in the archivolts and relief sculpture of mythical creatures in the lunette, Basilica Church of Santa Maria Maggiore, Tuscania
  • The left portal with geometric Norman-Sicilain elements in the archivolts and relief sculpture of mythical creatures in the lunette, Basilica Church of Santa Maria Maggiore, Tuscania
  • 13th century Romanesque  reilief sculptures depicting monsters and mythical animals on the loggia corbels of the  8th century Romanesque Basilica church of St Peters, Tuscania, Lazio, Italy
  • 13th century Romanesque  reilief sculptures depicting monsters and mythical animals on the loggia corbels of the  8th century Romanesque Basilica church of St Peters, Tuscania, Lazio, Italy
  • 13th century Romanesque  reilief sculptures depicting monsters and mythical animals on the loggia corbels of the  8th century Romanesque Basilica church of St Peters, Tuscania, Lazio, Italy
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Coloured glazed terracotta tiled panels depicting mythical Griffins. From the reign of Darius 1st and the First Persian or Achaemenid Empire around 510 BC excavated from the Palace of Daius 1st Susa, present day Iran.. Inv AS 332607, The Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Coloured glazed brick panels of the facade of the  first smaller Ishtar Gate, Babylon, dating from 604-562 BC. Babylon (present day Iraq). The Ishtar Gate, Babylon, was situated in the northern wall of the city and was named after the goddess Ishtar. The gate was decorated with reprentations of bulls, the symbol of the weather god Adad, and dragons (Babylonian Mushhushu), the symbol of the city God Marduk. The mythical composite animal has the head and the body of a snake, the front legs of a lion, the hind legs of a bird and a scorpion sting in the tail. The ground plan and debris of the gate buildings were uncovered during the German excavation from 1899-1917 directed by Robert Koldewey. The Vorderasiatisches Museum, part of the Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • Coloured glazed brick panels of the facade of the  first smaller Ishtar Gate, Babylon, dating from 604-562 BC. Babylon (present day Iraq). The Ishtar Gate, Babylon, was situated in the northern wall of the city and was named after the goddess Ishtar. The gate was decorated with reprentations of bulls, the symbol of the weather god Adad, and dragons (Babylonian Mushhushu), the symbol of the city God Marduk. The mythical composite animal has the head and the body of a snake, the front legs of a lion, the hind legs of a bird and a scorpion sting in the tail. The ground plan and debris of the gate buildings were uncovered during the German excavation from 1899-1917 directed by Robert Koldewey. The Vorderasiatisches Museum, part of the Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • Coloured glazed brick panels of the facade of the  first smaller Ishtar Gate, Babylon, dating from 604-562 BC. Babylon (present day Iraq). The Ishtar Gate, Babylon, was situated in the northern wall of the city and was named after the goddess Ishtar. The gate was decorated with reprentations of bulls, the symbol of the weather god Adad, and dragons (Babylonian Mushhushu), the symbol of the city God Marduk. The mythical composite animal has the head and the body of a snake, the front legs of a lion, the hind legs of a bird and a scorpion sting in the tail. The ground plan and debris of the gate buildings were uncovered during the German excavation from 1899-1917 directed by Robert Koldewey. The Vorderasiatisches Museum, part of the Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • Coloured glazed brick panels of the facade of the  first smaller Ishtar Gate, Babylon, dating from 604-562 BC. Babylon (present day Iraq). The Ishtar Gate, Babylon, was situated in the northern wall of the city and was named after the goddess Ishtar. The gate was decorated with reprentations of bulls, the symbol of the weather god Adad, and dragons (Babylonian Mushhushu), the symbol of the city God Marduk. The mythical composite animal has the head and the body of a snake, the front legs of a lion, the hind legs of a bird and a scorpion sting in the tail. The ground plan and debris of the gate buildings were uncovered during the German excavation from 1899-1917 directed by Robert Koldewey. The Vorderasiatisches Museum, part of the Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf, ancient Guzana, in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict a mythical God. Louvre Museum, Paris, inv AO11073
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf, ancient Guzana, in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict a mythical God. Louvre Museum, Paris, inv AO11073
  • 10th - 8th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from the city of Sam'al (Hittite: Yadiya) near Zincirli Höyük in the Anti-Taurus Mountains of modern Turkey. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin.  Museum Inv No: OP 18, 22, 19, 14, 15, VAS 8854, 8841, 8852
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin Museum Inv No: OP  22,
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin Museum Inv No: OP 19,
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin OP VAS 8854,
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin . Museum Inv No VAS 8841,
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin , Museum Inv No VAS 8852
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin . Museum Inv No VAS 8841,
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin . Museum Inv No: VA  8856
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin . Museum Inv No: VA  8856
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • 10th - 8th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from the city of Sam'al (Hittite: Yadiya) near Zincirli Höyük in the Anti-Taurus Mountains of modern Turkey. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • 10th - 8th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from the city of Sam'al (Hittite: Yadiya) near Zincirli Höyük in the Anti-Taurus Mountains of modern Turkey. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • 10th - 8th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from the city of Sam'al (Hittite: Yadiya) near Zincirli Höyük in the Anti-Taurus Mountains of modern Turkey. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict a mythical Bird. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict a mythical Bird. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict a mythical Bull. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • Restoration of a Mythical medieval animal. A 12th Century Romanesque fresco from the Church of Saint Joan Boi, al de Boi, Spain. National Art Museum of Catalonia, Barcelona. MNAC 15953
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Anglo Saxon Medieval stone mythical animal head from Lindisfarne Abbey, Holy Island, England
  • Twelfth century restored Romanesque Frescoes depicting mythical animals. The church of Saint Joan of Boi, Val de Boi, Alta Ribagorca, Pyranese, Spain. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Twelfth century restored Romanesque Frescoes depicting mythical animals. The church of Saint Joan of Boi, Val de Boi, Alta Ribagorca, Pyranese, Spain. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Twelfth century restored Romanesque Frescoes depicting mythical animals. The church of Saint Joan of Boi, Val de Boi, Alta Ribagorca, Pyranese, Spain. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Mythical medieval animal. A 12th Century Romanesque fresco from the Church of Saint Joan Boi, al de Boi, Spain. National Art Museum of Catalonia, Barcelona. MNAC 15953
  • Mythical medieval animal. A 12th Century Romanesque fresco from the Church of Saint Joan Boi, al de Boi, Spain. National Art Museum of Catalonia, Barcelona. MNAC 15953
  • The Autumn Room- Frescoes on the vaulted ceiling depict the meetingbetween Bacchus and Ariadne, by Antonio de Dominici. Over the doors & mirrors are paintings by Gerolamo Starace painted between 1780-81, showing the mythical subjects of : Ceres, Allorgories of Dianna, Vulca, The Allagories of Saturn, Juno and Apollo. The Kings of Naples Royal Palace of Caserta, Italy. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Hunters freeze from the Large Podium of the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Two warriors clasing shields on a freeze from the Large Podium of the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • 6th century Byzantine Roman mosaics of a mythical Griffin from the peristyle of the Great Palace from the reign of Emperor Justinian I. Istanbul, Turkey.
  • White Ground Kylix from a tomb in Delphi. Athenian 480-470 BC. Apollo depicted crowned in Myrtle Leaves, seated on a stool, with lion claw feet, dressed in a white peoples. In his left hand he has a liar and with his right hand he pours a libation from a naval-phiale. The Crow recalls his mythical love for the beautiful Aigle-Koroni, daughter of King Phlegyas. Delphi Archaeological museum.
  • Roman mosaics - Seasons  Mosaic. Telete Villa.  2nd - 3rd century AD . Zeugma Mosaic Museum, Gaziantep, Turkey.   Against an art background.<br />
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Seasons mosaic Telete, was unearthed during the rescue excavations y Gaziantep Museum in 1994 when it was about to be stolen by the traffickers. It is the floor mosaic of a villa terrace located on the western skins of Zeugma hill <br />
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The pane% consists of nine parts. At the central panel, Eros, who Is a mythological character and who has a crown on his head, sits side by side with Telete, the daughter of Dionysus. This representation symbolises the preparation of a young woman who is just about to taste the love and to become mature. There are busts of seasonal gods In the square panels at the corners. The crowned head of the Spring Goddess Ear Is slightly towards right. She wears a floral necklace. Her righr shoulder is naked and the crimps of her cloak are seen on her left shoulder. There is the bust of the river god on the top-right of the Telete panel. A kid lying on the grass and a bucket are pictured in the lower rectangular panel. In the western-side rectangular panel, on the other hand, there are four fish going in and out of a game basket. There is a rabbit figure within the rectangular panel on the right. Mythical narrations and natural life are intertwined in this mosaic.
  • Pictures & images of the North Gate ancient Hittite stele stone slabs with stele of Hittite Gods, mythical beasts and lion as well as carvings of the Phoenician language  known as the Karatepe bilingual, which allowed academics to translate Hittite hieroglyphs. 8th century BC discovered in 1946. Karatepe Aslantas Open-Air Museum (Karatepe-Aslantaş Açık Hava Müzesi), Osmaniye Province, Turkey.
  • Pictures & images of the North Gate Hittite sculpture stele depicting Hittite mythical animal Gods. 8th century BC. Karatepe Aslantas Open-Air Museum (Karatepe-Aslantaş Açık Hava Müzesi), Osmaniye Province, Turkey. Against grey art background
  • Pictures & images of the North Gate Hittite sculpture statue depicting a mythical winged god with a human head. 8the century BC.  Karatepe Aslantas Open-Air Museum (Karatepe-Aslantaş Açık Hava Müzesi), Osmaniye Province, Turkey. Against white background
  • Pictures & images of the North Gate Hittite sculpture stele depicting Hittite mythical animal Gods. 8th century BC. Karatepe Aslantas Open-Air Museum (Karatepe-Aslantaş Açık Hava Müzesi), Osmaniye Province, Turkey. Against black background
  • Medieval relief sculptures of mythical bird on the exterior of the Romanesque Baptistery of Parma, circa 1196, (Battistero di Parma), Italy
  • Medieval relief sculptures of mythical hunter on the exterior of the Romanesque Baptistery of Parma, circa 1196, (Battistero di Parma), Italy
  • Medieval relief sculptures of mythical creatures on the exterior of the Romanesque Baptistery of Parma, circa 1196, (Battistero di Parma), Italy
  • The left portal with geometric Norman-Sicilain elements in the archivolts and relief sculpture of mythical creatures in the lunette, Basilica Church of Santa Maria Maggiore, Tuscania
  • 13th century Romanesque  reilief sculptures depicting monsters and mythical animals on the loggia corbels of the  8th century Romanesque Basilica church of St Peters, Tuscania, Lazio, Italy
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of mythical dragon and a man from the south doorway of the Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Norman Romanesque relief sculptures of dragons and mythical creatures depicting the struggle between good and evil, from the South doorway of Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck Herifordshire, England. Built around 1140
  • Coloured glazed terracotta tiled panels depicting mythical Griffins. From the reign of Darius 1st and the First Persian or Achaemenid Empire around 510 BC excavated from the Palace of Daius 1st Susa, present day Iran.. Inv AS 332607, The Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Coloured glazed terracotta tiled panels depicting mythical Griffins. From the reign of Darius 1st and the First Persian or Achaemenid Empire around 510 BC excavated from the Palace of Daius 1st Susa, present day Iran.. Inv AS 332607, The Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Coloured glazed brick panels of the facade of the  first smaller Ishtar Gate, Babylon, dating from 604-562 BC. Babylon (present day Iraq). The Ishtar Gate, Babylon, was situated in the northern wall of the city and was named after the goddess Ishtar. The gate was decorated with reprentations of bulls, the symbol of the weather god Adad, and dragons (Babylonian Mushhushu), the symbol of the city God Marduk. The mythical composite animal has the head and the body of a snake, the front legs of a lion, the hind legs of a bird and a scorpion sting in the tail. The ground plan and debris of the gate buildings were uncovered during the German excavation from 1899-1917 directed by Robert Koldewey. The Vorderasiatisches Museum, part of the Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • Coloured glazed brick panels of the facade of the  first smaller Ishtar Gate, Babylon, dating from 604-562 BC. Babylon (present day Iraq). The Ishtar Gate, Babylon, was situated in the northern wall of the city and was named after the goddess Ishtar. The gate was decorated with reprentations of bulls, the symbol of the weather god Adad, and dragons (Babylonian Mushhushu), the symbol of the city God Marduk. The mythical composite animal has the head and the body of a snake, the front legs of a lion, the hind legs of a bird and a scorpion sting in the tail. The ground plan and debris of the gate buildings were uncovered during the German excavation from 1899-1917 directed by Robert Koldewey. The Vorderasiatisches Museum, part of the Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • Roman mosaic of a mythical procession, Pompeii, Naples Archaeological Musum, Italy
  • 10th - 8th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from the city of Sam'al (Hittite: Yadiya) near Zincirli Höyük in the Anti-Taurus Mountains of modern Turkey. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • 10th - 8th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from the city of Sam'al (Hittite: Yadiya) near Zincirli Höyük in the Anti-Taurus Mountains of modern Turkey. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin.  Museum Inv No: OP 18, 22, 19, 14, 15, VAS 8854, 8841, 8852
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin.  Museum Inv No: OP 18, 22, 19, 14, 15, VAS 8854, 8841, 8852
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin Museum Inv No: OP 18,
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin Museum Inv No: OP 19,
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin Museum Inv No: OP 14,
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin Museum Inv No: OP 14,
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin OP VAS 8854,
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin , Museum Inv No VAS 8852
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin . Museum Inv No: VA 8845,
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin . Museum Inv No: VA  8840,
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin . Museum Inv No: VA 8850
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • 9th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from Palace Temple of the Aramaean city of Tell Halaf in northeastern Syria close to the Turkish border. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • 10th - 8th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from the city of Sam'al (Hittite: Yadiya) near Zincirli Höyük in the Anti-Taurus Mountains of modern Turkey. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  • 10th - 8th century BC stone Neo-Hittite/ Aramaean Orthostats from the city of Sam'al (Hittite: Yadiya) near Zincirli Höyük in the Anti-Taurus Mountains of modern Turkey. The Orthostats are in a Neo Hittite style and depict mythical animals and figures that have magical properties. Pergamon Museum, Berlin

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