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Egyptian art Ka-statue of King Anib-ra Hor da Dahshur
Code: 0114088
Artist: Egyptian art
Title: Ka-statue of King Anib-ra Hor da Dahshur
Location: Egyptian Museum - Cairo
Credits: Photo Scala, Florence

Egyptian art Ka-statue of King Anib-ra Hor da Dahshur
Code: 0114088
Artist: Egyptian art
Title: Ka-statue of King Anib-ra Hor da Dahshur
Genre: Sculpture
Period/Style: Middle Kingdom (XI-XVII dinasty)
Location: Egyptian Museum
Genre: Sculpture
Period/Style: Middle Kingdom (XI-XVII dinasty)
Location: Egyptian Museum
Egyptian art Statue of the scribe Hor. Ca. 775 BCE. From Karnak. Egypt, 23rd dynasty.
Code: B180922
Artist: Egyptian art
Title: Statue of the scribe Hor. Ca. 775 BCE. From Karnak. Egypt, 23rd dynasty.
Location: Aegyptisches Museum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin - Berlin
Credits: Photo Scala, Florence/bpk, Bildagentur fuer Kunst, Kultur und Geschichte, Berlin
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Egyptian art Statue of the scribe Hor. Ca. 775 BCE. From Karnak. Egypt, 23rd dynasty.
Code: B180922
Artist: Egyptian art
Title: Statue of the scribe Hor. Ca. 775 BCE. From Karnak. Egypt, 23rd dynasty.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Aegyptisches Museum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Aegyptisches Museum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

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Egyptian art Scene of psychostasis (weighing of souls) - Papyrus Book of the Dead of Iuefankh (detail).
Code: 0147213
Artist: Egyptian art
Title: Scene of psychostasis (weighing of souls) - Papyrus Book of the Dead of Iuefankh (detail).
Location: Fondazione Museo delle Antichita Egizie - Turin
Credits: Photo Scala, Florence/FMAE, Torino
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Egyptian art Scene of psychostasis (weighing of souls) - Papyrus Book of the Dead of Iuefankh (detail).
Code: 0147213
Artist: Egyptian art
Title: Scene of psychostasis (weighing of souls) - Papyrus Book of the Dead of Iuefankh (detail).
Genre: Painting
Period/Style: Late period (Egyptian)
Location: Fondazione Museo delle Antichita Egizie
Genre: Painting
Period/Style: Late period (Egyptian)
Location: Fondazione Museo delle Antichita Egizie
Egyptian art Seated statue of the Princess Shebensopdet granddaughter of Osorkon II. A systrum-player of Amun this statue was commissioned and placed in the temple of Amun at Karnak by her husband the scribe Hor following her early death.Side view.
Code: W003136
Artist: Egyptian art
Title: Seated statue of the Princess Shebensopdet granddaughter of Osorkon II. A systrum-player of Amun this statue was commissioned and placed in the temple of Amun at Karnak by her husband the scribe Hor following her early death.Side view.
Location: Egyptian Museum - Cairo
Credits: Photo Werner Forman Archive/Scala, Florence

Egyptian art Seated statue of the Princess Shebensopdet granddaughter of Osorkon II. A systrum-player of Amun this statue was commissioned and placed in the temple of Amun at Karnak by her husband the scribe Hor following her early death.Side view.
Code: W003136
Artist: Egyptian art
Title: Seated statue of the Princess Shebensopdet granddaughter of Osorkon II. A systrum-player of Amun this statue was commissioned and placed in the temple of Amun at Karnak by her husband the scribe Hor following her early death.Side view.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Egyptian Museum
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Egyptian Museum

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******** Statue of Naophor Ugiahorresne
Code: 0040231
Artist: ********
Title: Statue of Naophor Ugiahorresne
Location: Gregorian Egyptian Museum - Vatican
Credits: Photo Scala, Florence

******** Statue of Naophor Ugiahorresne
Code: 0040231
Artist: ********
Title: Statue of Naophor Ugiahorresne
Genre: Sculpture
Period/Style: Late period (Egyptian)
Location: Gregorian Egyptian Museum
Genre: Sculpture
Period/Style: Late period (Egyptian)
Location: Gregorian Egyptian Museum
Egyptian art Shabti of the King's Scribe, Hor-Khebi. Egypt, Late dynasty, ca. 660 BCE
Code: S107858
Artist: Egyptian art
Title: Shabti of the King's Scribe, Hor-Khebi. Egypt, Late dynasty, ca. 660 BCE
Location: The Newark Museum - Newark
Credits: Photo The Newark Museum/Art Resource/Scala, Florence
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Egyptian art Shabti of the King's Scribe, Hor-Khebi. Egypt, Late dynasty, ca. 660 BCE
Code: S107858
Artist: Egyptian art
Title: Shabti of the King's Scribe, Hor-Khebi. Egypt, Late dynasty, ca. 660 BCE
Genre: Ceramics
Period/Style: Egyptian
Location: The Newark Museum
Genre: Ceramics
Period/Style: Egyptian
Location: The Newark Museum

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******** Alexander Calder's stabile, Cheval Rouge or Red Horse, 1974. National Gallery Sculpture Garden, Washington, District of Columbia.
Code: GE07645
Artist: ********
Title: Alexander Calder's stabile, Cheval Rouge or Red Horse, 1974. National Gallery Sculpture Garden, Washington, District of Columbia.
Location: National Geographic Image Collection - ********
Credits: National Geographic Image Collection / Scala, Florence

******** Alexander Calder's stabile, Cheval Rouge or Red Horse, 1974. National Gallery Sculpture Garden, Washington, District of Columbia.
Code: GE07645
Artist: ********
Title: Alexander Calder's stabile, Cheval Rouge or Red Horse, 1974. National Gallery Sculpture Garden, Washington, District of Columbia.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: National Geographic Image Collection
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: National Geographic Image Collection
******** Monastery at Khor Virap. 17th century.
Code: DA01326
Artist: ********
Title: Monastery at Khor Virap. 17th century.
Location: Monastery - Hor Virap
Credits: DeAgostini Picture Library/Scala, Florence

******** Monastery at Khor Virap. 17th century.
Code: DA01326
Artist: ********
Title: Monastery at Khor Virap. 17th century.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Monastery
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Monastery

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Egyptian art Block statue of Hor a long serving secretary to rulers of the late 22nd and early 23rd dynasty. The statue was commissioned by the king Petubast for the temple of Amun at Karnak where a statue in memory of Hor's young wife Princess Shebensopdet was a
Code: W003140
Artist: Egyptian art
Title: Block statue of Hor a long serving secretary to rulers of the late 22nd and early 23rd dynasty. The statue was commissioned by the king Petubast for the temple of Amun at Karnak where a statue in memory of Hor's young wife Princess Shebensopdet was a
Location: Egyptian Museum - Cairo
Credits: Photo Werner Forman Archive/Scala, Florence

Egyptian art Block statue of Hor a long serving secretary to rulers of the late 22nd and early 23rd dynasty. The statue was commissioned by the king Petubast for the temple of Amun at Karnak where a statue in memory of Hor's young wife Princess Shebensopdet was a
Code: W003140
Artist: Egyptian art
Title: Block statue of Hor a long serving secretary to rulers of the late 22nd and early 23rd dynasty. The statue was commissioned by the king Petubast for the temple of Amun at Karnak where a statue in memory of Hor's young wife Princess Shebensopdet was a
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Egyptian Museum
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Egyptian Museum

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******** Carving of peacock and floral motif from Petra Church, 365-600 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This is probably a pediment and was found in the atrium of the Byzantine Church. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07305
Artist: ********
Title: Carving of peacock and floral motif from Petra Church, 365-600 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This is probably a pediment and was found in the atrium of the Byzantine Church. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Carving of peacock and floral motif from Petra Church, 365-600 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This is probably a pediment and was found in the atrium of the Byzantine Church. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07305
Artist: ********
Title: Carving of peacock and floral motif from Petra Church, 365-600 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This is probably a pediment and was found in the atrium of the Byzantine Church. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********

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******** Lower Temenos limestone plaster block of a woman holding a  cornucopia, from Great Temple, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This is a relief sculpture of the bust of a female wearing a chiton over one shoulder and holding a cornucopia in her left hand. Deep chisel marks define the folds in her clothing. 1st century BC - 2nd century AD. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07304
Artist: ********
Title: Lower Temenos limestone plaster block of a woman holding a cornucopia, from Great Temple, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This is a relief sculpture of the bust of a female wearing a chiton over one shoulder and holding a cornucopia in her left hand. Deep chisel marks define the folds in her clothing. 1st century BC - 2nd century AD. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Lower Temenos limestone plaster block of a woman holding a  cornucopia, from Great Temple, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This is a relief sculpture of the bust of a female wearing a chiton over one shoulder and holding a cornucopia in her left hand. Deep chisel marks define the folds in her clothing. 1st century BC - 2nd century AD. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07304
Artist: ********
Title: Lower Temenos limestone plaster block of a woman holding a cornucopia, from Great Temple, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This is a relief sculpture of the bust of a female wearing a chiton over one shoulder and holding a cornucopia in her left hand. Deep chisel marks define the folds in her clothing. 1st century BC - 2nd century AD. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********

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******** Streets of tombs near the theatre in Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This area has smaller tombs in a range of sizes and styles, 1st century BC - 1st century AD. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07303
Artist: ********
Title: Streets of tombs near the theatre in Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This area has smaller tombs in a range of sizes and styles, 1st century BC - 1st century AD. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Streets of tombs near the theatre in Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This area has smaller tombs in a range of sizes and styles, 1st century BC - 1st century AD. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07303
Artist: ********
Title: Streets of tombs near the theatre in Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This area has smaller tombs in a range of sizes and styles, 1st century BC - 1st century AD. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
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Location: ********

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******** Nabatean funerary monument, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Seventeen shaft tombs and a vaulted recess in the back wall were prepared for burials. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07302
Artist: ********
Title: Nabatean funerary monument, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Seventeen shaft tombs and a vaulted recess in the back wall were prepared for burials. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Nabatean funerary monument, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Seventeen shaft tombs and a vaulted recess in the back wall were prepared for burials. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07302
Artist: ********
Title: Nabatean funerary monument, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Seventeen shaft tombs and a vaulted recess in the back wall were prepared for burials. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********

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******** Coloured Triclinium, 200 BC - 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Situated opposite the Roman Soldier's Tomb, this is the only room in a funeral complex at Petra with carved architectural decoration in its interior. The Nabatean funerary banqueting hall is decorated with engaged columns and niches and was originally covered with painted stucco. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07301
Artist: ********
Title: Coloured Triclinium, 200 BC - 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Situated opposite the Roman Soldier's Tomb, this is the only room in a funeral complex at Petra with carved architectural decoration in its interior. The Nabatean funerary banqueting hall is decorated with engaged columns and niches and was originally covered with painted stucco. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Coloured Triclinium, 200 BC - 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Situated opposite the Roman Soldier's Tomb, this is the only room in a funeral complex at Petra with carved architectural decoration in its interior. The Nabatean funerary banqueting hall is decorated with engaged columns and niches and was originally covered with painted stucco. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07301
Artist: ********
Title: Coloured Triclinium, 200 BC - 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Situated opposite the Roman Soldier's Tomb, this is the only room in a funeral complex at Petra with carved architectural decoration in its interior. The Nabatean funerary banqueting hall is decorated with engaged columns and niches and was originally covered with painted stucco. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
Genre: Not available
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Location: ********

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******** Coloured Triclinium, 200 BC - 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Situated opposite the Roman Soldier's Tomb, this is the only room in a funeral complex at Petra with carved architectural decoration in its interior. The Nabatean funerary banqueting hall is decorated with engaged columns and niches and was originally covered with painted stucco. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07300
Artist: ********
Title: Coloured Triclinium, 200 BC - 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Situated opposite the Roman Soldier's Tomb, this is the only room in a funeral complex at Petra with carved architectural decoration in its interior. The Nabatean funerary banqueting hall is decorated with engaged columns and niches and was originally covered with painted stucco. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Coloured Triclinium, 200 BC - 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Situated opposite the Roman Soldier's Tomb, this is the only room in a funeral complex at Petra with carved architectural decoration in its interior. The Nabatean funerary banqueting hall is decorated with engaged columns and niches and was originally covered with painted stucco. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07300
Artist: ********
Title: Coloured Triclinium, 200 BC - 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Situated opposite the Roman Soldier's Tomb, this is the only room in a funeral complex at Petra with carved architectural decoration in its interior. The Nabatean funerary banqueting hall is decorated with engaged columns and niches and was originally covered with painted stucco. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********

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******** Coloured Triclinium, 200 BC - 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Situated opposite the Roman Soldier's Tomb, this is the only room in a funeral complex at Petra with carved architectural decoration in its interior. The Nabatean funerary banqueting hall is decorated with engaged columns and niches and was originally covered with painted stucco. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07299
Artist: ********
Title: Coloured Triclinium, 200 BC - 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Situated opposite the Roman Soldier's Tomb, this is the only room in a funeral complex at Petra with carved architectural decoration in its interior. The Nabatean funerary banqueting hall is decorated with engaged columns and niches and was originally covered with painted stucco. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Coloured Triclinium, 200 BC - 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Situated opposite the Roman Soldier's Tomb, this is the only room in a funeral complex at Petra with carved architectural decoration in its interior. The Nabatean funerary banqueting hall is decorated with engaged columns and niches and was originally covered with painted stucco. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07299
Artist: ********
Title: Coloured Triclinium, 200 BC - 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Situated opposite the Roman Soldier's Tomb, this is the only room in a funeral complex at Petra with carved architectural decoration in its interior. The Nabatean funerary banqueting hall is decorated with engaged columns and niches and was originally covered with painted stucco. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Genre: Not available
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Location: ********
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Location: ********

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******** Obelisk tomb, 1st century AD in Bab as-Siq and Triclinium, 25-75 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These 2 Nabatean monuments are carved into the sandstone cliff. The upper Obelisk Tomb is crowned with four elongated pyramids representing
Code: MC07298
Artist: ********
Title: Obelisk tomb, 1st century AD in Bab as-Siq and Triclinium, 25-75 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These 2 Nabatean monuments are carved into the sandstone cliff. The upper Obelisk Tomb is crowned with four elongated pyramids representing "nefesh", Nabatean signs commemorating the deceased. The lower gabled facade is the triclinium, a funerary dining hall with benches carved along 3 of its sides, where banquets were held in honour of a god or ancestor. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Obelisk tomb, 1st century AD in Bab as-Siq and Triclinium, 25-75 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These 2 Nabatean monuments are carved into the sandstone cliff. The upper Obelisk Tomb is crowned with four elongated pyramids representing
Code: MC07298
Artist: ********
Title: Obelisk tomb, 1st century AD in Bab as-Siq and Triclinium, 25-75 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These 2 Nabatean monuments are carved into the sandstone cliff. The upper Obelisk Tomb is crowned with four elongated pyramids representing "nefesh", Nabatean signs commemorating the deceased. The lower gabled facade is the triclinium, a funerary dining hall with benches carved along 3 of its sides, where banquets were held in honour of a god or ancestor. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
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Location: ********

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******** Obelisk tomb, 1st century AD in Bab as-Siq and Triclinium, 25-75 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These 2 Nabatean monuments are carved into the sandstone cliff. The upper Obelisk Tomb is crowned with four elongated pyramids representing
Code: MC07297
Artist: ********
Title: Obelisk tomb, 1st century AD in Bab as-Siq and Triclinium, 25-75 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These 2 Nabatean monuments are carved into the sandstone cliff. The upper Obelisk Tomb is crowned with four elongated pyramids representing "nefesh", Nabatean signs commemorating the deceased. The lower gabled facade is the triclinium, a funerary dining hall with benches carved along 3 of its sides, where banquets were held in honour of a god or ancestor. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Obelisk tomb, 1st century AD in Bab as-Siq and Triclinium, 25-75 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These 2 Nabatean monuments are carved into the sandstone cliff. The upper Obelisk Tomb is crowned with four elongated pyramids representing
Code: MC07297
Artist: ********
Title: Obelisk tomb, 1st century AD in Bab as-Siq and Triclinium, 25-75 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These 2 Nabatean monuments are carved into the sandstone cliff. The upper Obelisk Tomb is crowned with four elongated pyramids representing "nefesh", Nabatean signs commemorating the deceased. The lower gabled facade is the triclinium, a funerary dining hall with benches carved along 3 of its sides, where banquets were held in honour of a god or ancestor. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Genre: Not available
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Location: ********
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Location: ********

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******** Naturally occurring patterns in the rose red sandstone at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. The buildings were cut directly from the rock faces between 4th century BC and 2nd century AD. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07296
Artist: ********
Title: Naturally occurring patterns in the rose red sandstone at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. The buildings were cut directly from the rock faces between 4th century BC and 2nd century AD. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Naturally occurring patterns in the rose red sandstone at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. The buildings were cut directly from the rock faces between 4th century BC and 2nd century AD. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07296
Artist: ********
Title: Naturally occurring patterns in the rose red sandstone at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. The buildings were cut directly from the rock faces between 4th century BC and 2nd century AD. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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Location: ********
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******** Naturally occurring patterns in the rose red sandstone at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. The buildings were cut directly from the rock faces between 4th century BC and 2nd century AD. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07295
Artist: ********
Title: Naturally occurring patterns in the rose red sandstone at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. The buildings were cut directly from the rock faces between 4th century BC and 2nd century AD. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Naturally occurring patterns in the rose red sandstone at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. The buildings were cut directly from the rock faces between 4th century BC and 2nd century AD. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07295
Artist: ********
Title: Naturally occurring patterns in the rose red sandstone at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. The buildings were cut directly from the rock faces between 4th century BC and 2nd century AD. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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Location: ********
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Location: ********

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******** Naturally occurring patterns in the rose red sandstone at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. The buildings were cut directly from the rock faces between 4th century BC and 2nd century AD. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07294
Artist: ********
Title: Naturally occurring patterns in the rose red sandstone at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. The buildings were cut directly from the rock faces between 4th century BC and 2nd century AD. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Naturally occurring patterns in the rose red sandstone at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. The buildings were cut directly from the rock faces between 4th century BC and 2nd century AD. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07294
Artist: ********
Title: Naturally occurring patterns in the rose red sandstone at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. The buildings were cut directly from the rock faces between 4th century BC and 2nd century AD. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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Location: ********
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Location: ********

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******** Silk tomb, one of the royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This small tomb is named for the dramatic colouring of its sandstone facade. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07293
Artist: ********
Title: Silk tomb, one of the royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This small tomb is named for the dramatic colouring of its sandstone facade. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Silk tomb, one of the royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This small tomb is named for the dramatic colouring of its sandstone facade. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07293
Artist: ********
Title: Silk tomb, one of the royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This small tomb is named for the dramatic colouring of its sandstone facade. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Silk tomb, one of the royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This small tomb is named for the dramatic colouring of its sandstone facade. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07292
Artist: ********
Title: Silk tomb, one of the royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This small tomb is named for the dramatic colouring of its sandstone facade. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Silk tomb, one of the royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This small tomb is named for the dramatic colouring of its sandstone facade. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07292
Artist: ********
Title: Silk tomb, one of the royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This small tomb is named for the dramatic colouring of its sandstone facade. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Corinthian tomb on left and Silk tomb on right, Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07291
Artist: ********
Title: Corinthian tomb on left and Silk tomb on right, Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Corinthian tomb on left and Silk tomb on right, Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07291
Artist: ********
Title: Corinthian tomb on left and Silk tomb on right, Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Silk tomb, one of the royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This small tomb is named for the dramatic colouring of its sandstone facade. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07290
Artist: ********
Title: Silk tomb, one of the royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This small tomb is named for the dramatic colouring of its sandstone facade. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Silk tomb, one of the royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This small tomb is named for the dramatic colouring of its sandstone facade. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07290
Artist: ********
Title: Silk tomb, one of the royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This small tomb is named for the dramatic colouring of its sandstone facade. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Silk tomb, one of the royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This small tomb is named for the dramatic colouring of its sandstone facade. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07289
Artist: ********
Title: Silk tomb, one of the royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This small tomb is named for the dramatic colouring of its sandstone facade. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Silk tomb, one of the royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This small tomb is named for the dramatic colouring of its sandstone facade. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07289
Artist: ********
Title: Silk tomb, one of the royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This small tomb is named for the dramatic colouring of its sandstone facade. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Palace tomb on left and Corinthian tomb on right, Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07288
Artist: ********
Title: Palace tomb on left and Corinthian tomb on right, Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Palace tomb on left and Corinthian tomb on right, Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07288
Artist: ********
Title: Palace tomb on left and Corinthian tomb on right, Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07287
Artist: ********
Title: Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07287
Artist: ********
Title: Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Corinthian tomb, one of the Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07286
Artist: ********
Title: Corinthian tomb, one of the Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Corinthian tomb, one of the Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07286
Artist: ********
Title: Corinthian tomb, one of the Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Palace tomb, one of the Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This tomb has a 3 storey facade and sits behind a stage and large courtyard. It imitates the style of a Roman palace. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07285
Artist: ********
Title: Palace tomb, one of the Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This tomb has a 3 storey facade and sits behind a stage and large courtyard. It imitates the style of a Roman palace. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Palace tomb, one of the Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This tomb has a 3 storey facade and sits behind a stage and large courtyard. It imitates the style of a Roman palace. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07285
Artist: ********
Title: Palace tomb, one of the Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. This tomb has a 3 storey facade and sits behind a stage and large courtyard. It imitates the style of a Roman palace. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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Location: ********

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******** Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07284
Artist: ********
Title: Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07284
Artist: ********
Title: Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Man standing (right) and in the distance, upper section of Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07283
Artist: ********
Title: Man standing (right) and in the distance, upper section of Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Man standing (right) and in the distance, upper section of Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07283
Artist: ********
Title: Man standing (right) and in the distance, upper section of Royal tombs, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Royal tombs, including Palace tomb and Corinthian tomb, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07282
Artist: ********
Title: Royal tombs, including Palace tomb and Corinthian tomb, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Royal tombs, including Palace tomb and Corinthian tomb, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07282
Artist: ********
Title: Royal tombs, including Palace tomb and Corinthian tomb, 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans for their Kings in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Tomb of Unayshu, late 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This tomb carved by the Nabateans in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East and is dedicated to a member of the Nabatean elite. The corner pilaster of the tomb and those flanking the entrance are a typical Nabatean design. The smooth facade is in the same style as the tombs found in Mada'in Saleh, Petra, Jordan Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07281
Artist: ********
Title: Tomb of Unayshu, late 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This tomb carved by the Nabateans in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East and is dedicated to a member of the Nabatean elite. The corner pilaster of the tomb and those flanking the entrance are a typical Nabatean design. The smooth facade is in the same style as the tombs found in Mada'in Saleh, Petra, Jordan Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Tomb of Unayshu, late 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This tomb carved by the Nabateans in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East and is dedicated to a member of the Nabatean elite. The corner pilaster of the tomb and those flanking the entrance are a typical Nabatean design. The smooth facade is in the same style as the tombs found in Mada'in Saleh, Petra, Jordan Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07281
Artist: ********
Title: Tomb of Unayshu, late 1st century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This tomb carved by the Nabateans in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East and is dedicated to a member of the Nabatean elite. The corner pilaster of the tomb and those flanking the entrance are a typical Nabatean design. The smooth facade is in the same style as the tombs found in Mada'in Saleh, Petra, Jordan Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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Location: ********
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Location: ********

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******** Roman Soldier's tomb, 200 BC- 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Originally behind a courtyard, the facade of this tomb is decorated with engaged pilasters and columns that frame three niches with the statue of a military officer in the central niche. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07280
Artist: ********
Title: Roman Soldier's tomb, 200 BC- 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Originally behind a courtyard, the facade of this tomb is decorated with engaged pilasters and columns that frame three niches with the statue of a military officer in the central niche. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Roman Soldier's tomb, 200 BC- 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Originally behind a courtyard, the facade of this tomb is decorated with engaged pilasters and columns that frame three niches with the statue of a military officer in the central niche. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07280
Artist: ********
Title: Roman Soldier's tomb, 200 BC- 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Originally behind a courtyard, the facade of this tomb is decorated with engaged pilasters and columns that frame three niches with the statue of a military officer in the central niche. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Statue of military officer from Roman Soldier's Tomb, 200 BC- 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Originally behind a courtyard, the facade of this tomb is decorated with engaged pilasters and columns that frame three niches with the statue of a military officer in the central niche. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07279
Artist: ********
Title: Statue of military officer from Roman Soldier's Tomb, 200 BC- 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Originally behind a courtyard, the facade of this tomb is decorated with engaged pilasters and columns that frame three niches with the statue of a military officer in the central niche. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Statue of military officer from Roman Soldier's Tomb, 200 BC- 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Originally behind a courtyard, the facade of this tomb is decorated with engaged pilasters and columns that frame three niches with the statue of a military officer in the central niche. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07279
Artist: ********
Title: Statue of military officer from Roman Soldier's Tomb, 200 BC- 200 AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. These tombs were carved by the Nabateans in the face of Jabal al-Khubtha, the mountain overlooking Petra on the East. Originally behind a courtyard, the facade of this tomb is decorated with engaged pilasters and columns that frame three niches with the statue of a military officer in the central niche. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. Water channels were carved into the rock on both sides by the Nabateans in the 1st century BC to bring water from springs to the city. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07278
Artist: ********
Title: Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. Water channels were carved into the rock on both sides by the Nabateans in the 1st century BC to bring water from springs to the city. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. Water channels were carved into the rock on both sides by the Nabateans in the 1st century BC to bring water from springs to the city. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07278
Artist: ********
Title: Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. Water channels were carved into the rock on both sides by the Nabateans in the 1st century BC to bring water from springs to the city. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Sculpture of cameleer carved into the rock face of the Siq, the long gorge that leads into Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The figure is 1.5x life size and was discovered in excavations in 1997-8. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07277
Artist: ********
Title: Sculpture of cameleer carved into the rock face of the Siq, the long gorge that leads into Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The figure is 1.5x life size and was discovered in excavations in 1997-8. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Sculpture of cameleer carved into the rock face of the Siq, the long gorge that leads into Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The figure is 1.5x life size and was discovered in excavations in 1997-8. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07277
Artist: ********
Title: Sculpture of cameleer carved into the rock face of the Siq, the long gorge that leads into Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The figure is 1.5x life size and was discovered in excavations in 1997-8. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. Water channels were carved into the rock on both sides by the Nabateans in the 1st century BC to bring water from springs to the city. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07276
Artist: ********
Title: Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. Water channels were carved into the rock on both sides by the Nabateans in the 1st century BC to bring water from springs to the city. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. Water channels were carved into the rock on both sides by the Nabateans in the 1st century BC to bring water from springs to the city. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07276
Artist: ********
Title: Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. Water channels were carved into the rock on both sides by the Nabateans in the 1st century BC to bring water from springs to the city. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. Water channels were carved into the rock on both sides by the Nabateans in the 1st century BC to bring water from springs to the city. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07275
Artist: ********
Title: Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. Water channels were carved into the rock on both sides by the Nabateans in the 1st century BC to bring water from springs to the city. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. Water channels were carved into the rock on both sides by the Nabateans in the 1st century BC to bring water from springs to the city. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07275
Artist: ********
Title: Siq, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. Water channels were carved into the rock on both sides by the Nabateans in the 1st century BC to bring water from springs to the city. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Siq at night lit by candles, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. Water channels were carved into the rock on both sides by the Nabateans in the 1st century BC to bring water from springs to the city. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07274
Artist: ********
Title: Siq at night lit by candles, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. Water channels were carved into the rock on both sides by the Nabateans in the 1st century BC to bring water from springs to the city. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Siq at night lit by candles, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. Water channels were carved into the rock on both sides by the Nabateans in the 1st century BC to bring water from springs to the city. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07274
Artist: ********
Title: Siq at night lit by candles, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. The Siq is a 1.2km gorge formed when the earth split by tectonic forces and is the main entrance to Petra. Water channels were carved into the rock on both sides by the Nabateans in the 1st century BC to bring water from springs to the city. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Sacred stone or baetyl at Sabinos Alexandros Station in the Siq, 2nd - 3rd century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This votive niche in the Siq wall was carved by Sabinos Alexandros, master of religious ceremonies at Dara'a in Syria, and offers protection to those walking the Siq. It depicts an ovoid representation of the god Dushara of Adra'a (today's Dara'a in Syria). Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07273
Artist: ********
Title: Sacred stone or baetyl at Sabinos Alexandros Station in the Siq, 2nd - 3rd century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This votive niche in the Siq wall was carved by Sabinos Alexandros, master of religious ceremonies at Dara'a in Syria, and offers protection to those walking the Siq. It depicts an ovoid representation of the god Dushara of Adra'a (today's Dara'a in Syria). Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Sacred stone or baetyl at Sabinos Alexandros Station in the Siq, 2nd - 3rd century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This votive niche in the Siq wall was carved by Sabinos Alexandros, master of religious ceremonies at Dara'a in Syria, and offers protection to those walking the Siq. It depicts an ovoid representation of the god Dushara of Adra'a (today's Dara'a in Syria). Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07273
Artist: ********
Title: Sacred stone or baetyl at Sabinos Alexandros Station in the Siq, 2nd - 3rd century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This votive niche in the Siq wall was carved by Sabinos Alexandros, master of religious ceremonies at Dara'a in Syria, and offers protection to those walking the Siq. It depicts an ovoid representation of the god Dushara of Adra'a (today's Dara'a in Syria). Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Sacred stone or baetyl at Sabinos Alexandros Station in the Siq, 2nd - 3rd century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This votive niche in the Siq wall was carved by Sabinos Alexandros, master of religious ceremonies at Dara'a in Syria, and offers protection to those walking the Siq. It depicts the god Atagatis in human form on a throne with 2 lions. Below is a Greek inscription. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07272
Artist: ********
Title: Sacred stone or baetyl at Sabinos Alexandros Station in the Siq, 2nd - 3rd century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This votive niche in the Siq wall was carved by Sabinos Alexandros, master of religious ceremonies at Dara'a in Syria, and offers protection to those walking the Siq. It depicts the god Atagatis in human form on a throne with 2 lions. Below is a Greek inscription. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Sacred stone or baetyl at Sabinos Alexandros Station in the Siq, 2nd - 3rd century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This votive niche in the Siq wall was carved by Sabinos Alexandros, master of religious ceremonies at Dara'a in Syria, and offers protection to those walking the Siq. It depicts the god Atagatis in human form on a throne with 2 lions. Below is a Greek inscription. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07272
Artist: ********
Title: Sacred stone or baetyl at Sabinos Alexandros Station in the Siq, 2nd - 3rd century AD, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This votive niche in the Siq wall was carved by Sabinos Alexandros, master of religious ceremonies at Dara'a in Syria, and offers protection to those walking the Siq. It depicts the god Atagatis in human form on a throne with 2 lions. Below is a Greek inscription. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Statue of Serapis found near monumental gate at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan, from Petra Archaeological Museum. Serapis was a Graeco-Egyptian god and only the top part of this statue remains. He is depicted in oriental style with curly hair and beard. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07271
Artist: ********
Title: Statue of Serapis found near monumental gate at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan, from Petra Archaeological Museum. Serapis was a Graeco-Egyptian god and only the top part of this statue remains. He is depicted in oriental style with curly hair and beard. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Statue of Serapis found near monumental gate at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan, from Petra Archaeological Museum. Serapis was a Graeco-Egyptian god and only the top part of this statue remains. He is depicted in oriental style with curly hair and beard. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07271
Artist: ********
Title: Statue of Serapis found near monumental gate at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan, from Petra Archaeological Museum. Serapis was a Graeco-Egyptian god and only the top part of this statue remains. He is depicted in oriental style with curly hair and beard. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Sphinx found at the Colonnaded Street at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan, from Petra Archaeological Museum. This winged sphinx is sculpted from sandstone. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07270
Artist: ********
Title: Sphinx found at the Colonnaded Street at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan, from Petra Archaeological Museum. This winged sphinx is sculpted from sandstone. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Sphinx found at the Colonnaded Street at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan, from Petra Archaeological Museum. This winged sphinx is sculpted from sandstone. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07270
Artist: ********
Title: Sphinx found at the Colonnaded Street at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan, from Petra Archaeological Museum. This winged sphinx is sculpted from sandstone. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Elephant-headed capital found at the Great Temple, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan in 2000, from the Petra Archaeological Museum. One of the elephant-head capitals that adorned the two triple colonnades on either side of the lower terrace after the building was redesigned. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07269
Artist: ********
Title: Elephant-headed capital found at the Great Temple, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan in 2000, from the Petra Archaeological Museum. One of the elephant-head capitals that adorned the two triple colonnades on either side of the lower terrace after the building was redesigned. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Elephant-headed capital found at the Great Temple, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan in 2000, from the Petra Archaeological Museum. One of the elephant-head capitals that adorned the two triple colonnades on either side of the lower terrace after the building was redesigned. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07269
Artist: ********
Title: Elephant-headed capital found at the Great Temple, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan in 2000, from the Petra Archaeological Museum. One of the elephant-head capitals that adorned the two triple colonnades on either side of the lower terrace after the building was redesigned. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Marble female head found at the Qasr Al Bint temple excavation at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan, from the Petra Archaeological Museum. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07268
Artist: ********
Title: Marble female head found at the Qasr Al Bint temple excavation at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan, from the Petra Archaeological Museum. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Marble female head found at the Qasr Al Bint temple excavation at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan, from the Petra Archaeological Museum. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07268
Artist: ********
Title: Marble female head found at the Qasr Al Bint temple excavation at Petra, Ma'an, Jordan, from the Petra Archaeological Museum. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Lion's head and capital found in Petra, from the Petra Archaeological Museum, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This carved lion probably originated from the Temple of the Winged Lions, built c. 27 AD, where sculpted lion's heads adorned the tops of the capitals. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07267
Artist: ********
Title: Lion's head and capital found in Petra, from the Petra Archaeological Museum, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This carved lion probably originated from the Temple of the Winged Lions, built c. 27 AD, where sculpted lion's heads adorned the tops of the capitals. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Lion's head and capital found in Petra, from the Petra Archaeological Museum, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This carved lion probably originated from the Temple of the Winged Lions, built c. 27 AD, where sculpted lion's heads adorned the tops of the capitals. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC07267
Artist: ********
Title: Lion's head and capital found in Petra, from the Petra Archaeological Museum, Petra, Ma'an, Jordan. This carved lion probably originated from the Temple of the Winged Lions, built c. 27 AD, where sculpted lion's heads adorned the tops of the capitals. Petra was the capital and royal city of the Nabateans, Arabic desert nomads. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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