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  • 101 University of Lincoln — Infobox University name = University of Lincoln motto = Excellentia Per Studium mottoeng = Excellence through Studies established = 1861 (as the Hull School of Art) type = Public chancellor = Dame Elizabeth Esteve Coll vice chancellor = Professor …

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  • 102 Orvieto Cathedral — (Duomo di Orvieto) Façade of the Cathedral. Basic information Location Orvieto, Italy Affiliation Roman Catholic Prov …

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  • 103 Looted art — has been a consequence of looting during war, natural disaster and riot for centuries. Looting of art, archaeology and other cultural property may be an opportunistic criminal act, or may be a more organized case of unlawful or unethical pillage… …

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  • 104 Ceres (mythology) — Seated Ceres from Emerita Augusta, present day Mérida, Spain (National Museum of Roman Art, 1st century AD) Ancient Roman …

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  • 105 ACQUAROSSA —    An important, medium sized (25 to 50 hectares depending on the phase) boundary settlement at 310 meters above sea level, naturally fortified between two rivers. The site was excavated in some detail by the Swedes and occupied principally… …

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  • 106 ROSELLE —    A settlement in the Maremma area of North Etruria that came into prominence from the sixth century BC, altering the balance of power for the region. Part of its drystone wall, composed of large blocks, dates from the sixth century BC; this… …

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  • 107 Louvre — Infobox Museum name = Musée du Louvre caption = The Louvre palace (Sully wing, with a part of the Pyramid on the left) imagesize = 200map type = Paris latitude = 48.860395 longitude = 2.337599 established = 1793 dissolved = location = Palais… …

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  • 108 Roman Republic and Empire — Ancient state that once ruled the Western world. It centred on the city of Rome from the founding of the republic (509 BC) through the establishment of the empire (27 BC) to the final eclipse of the empire in the west (5th century AD). The… …

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  • 109 Adriatic Sea — Adriatic redirects here. For other uses, see Adriatic (disambiguation). Map of the Adriatic Sea …

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  • 110 Provence — For other uses, see Provence (disambiguation). Not to be confused with Province. Location of the former French province of Provence …

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  • 111 Civita Castellana Cathedral — The Cathedral of Civita Castellana …

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  • 112 Histoire militaire étrusque — Bronzetto votif représentant un guerrier et son équipement …

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  • 113 Falerii — (now Civita Castellana) was one of the twelve chief cities of Etruria, situated about one mile west of the ancient Via Flaminia, c. 50 km north of Rome. History and legend According to the legend, it was of Argive origin; and Strabo s assertion… …

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  • 114 Dome — For other uses, see Dome (disambiguation). Domal redirects here. For domal consonants , see Retroflex consonant. Dome of St. Peter s Basilica in Rome crowned by a cupola. Designed primarily by Michelangelo, the dome was not completed until 1590 A …

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  • 115 Tumulus — For other uses, see Tumulus (disambiguation). The Royal mounds of Gamla Uppsala in Sweden from the 5th and the 6th centuries. Originally, the site had 2000 to 3000 tumuli, but owing to quarrying and agriculture only 250 remain …

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  • 116 Red-figure pottery — Red figure vase painting is one of the most important styles of figural Greek vase painting. It developed in Athens around 530 BC and remained in use until the late 3rd century BC. It replaced the previously dominant style of Black figure vase… …

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  • 117 History of Naples — A plan of the city of Naples from the 18th century The history of Naples is long and varied, beginning in the 9th century BCE Greeks colonized many parts of south Italy. Naples was one of the latter cities founded in the Magna Graecia, founded as …

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  • 118 Rijksmuseum van Oudheden — The Rijksmuseum van Oudheden is the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities, located in Leiden, The Netherlands. It grew out of the collection of Leiden University and still closely co operates with that university. The museum calls itself the… …

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  • 119 Otto Brendel — Otto J. Brendel (born 1901 Nuremberg, Germany; died New York City September 1973) was an art historian and scholar of Etruscan art and archaeology. In 1928 he received his Ph.D. from the Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg under Ludwig Curtius …

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  • 120 Capitoline Wolf — Sculpture title = Capitoline Wolf artist = year = 13th and late 15th century AD or c. 500 BC 480 BC type = Bronze height = 75 city = Rome museum = Musei CapitoliniThe bronze Capitoline Wolf in the Museo Nuovo in the Palazzo dei Conservatori on… …

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