Ancient Roman votive terracotta torso dissected to show the internal organs, c. 200 BCE-200 CE. Excavated near Rome, Italy, during the late 1800s. [2832×4256]

Ancient Roman votive terracotta torso dissected to show the internal organs, c. 200 BCE-200 CE. Excavated near Rome, Italy, during the late 1800s. [2832×4256]

The Queen of the Night also known as the Burney Relief is a high relief terracotta plaque of baked clay, measuring 19.4 inches 49.5 cm high, 14.5 inches 37 cm wide, with a thickness of 1.8 inches 4.8 cm depicting a naked winged woman flanked by owls and standing on the backs of two Lions [2848×4288]

The Queen of the Night also known as the Burney Relief is a high relief terracotta plaque of baked clay, measuring 19.4 inches 49.5 cm high, 14.5 inches 37 cm wide, with a thickness of 1.8 inches 4.8 cm depicting… Continue Reading

Roman mosaic showing Hercules who caught a Ceryneian Hind. It was a third labour of Hercules to bring an animal to Eurystheus – king of Tyryns. Object is dated back to 170-180 CE and made of marble, terracotta, glass paste. Currenty located in Valencia Museum. [564×571]

Roman mosaic showing Hercules who caught a Ceryneian Hind. It was a third labour of Hercules to bring an animal to Eurystheus – king of Tyryns. Object is dated back to 170-180 CE and made of marble, terracotta, glass paste.… Continue Reading

Forum Tower Berlin – Built by the Italian star architect Renzo Piano. The front tapered office tower is made of glass, while the back of the building is clad in terracotta. [2556 x 3524]

Forum Tower Berlin – Built by the Italian star architect Renzo Piano. The front tapered office tower is made of glass, while the back of the building is clad in terracotta. [2556 x 3524]

Terracotta image of a gladiator, wearing a helmet and carrying a rectangular shield. 2nd century BC to 2nd century CE, from Alexandria, Egypt [989×675]

Terracotta image of a gladiator, wearing a helmet and carrying a rectangular shield. 2nd century BC to 2nd century CE, from Alexandria, Egypt [989×675]

Roman wrought iron tripod with a terracotta kist. Found in Pompeii. Currently located in Archaeological Museum in Naples. Dated back to I century CE. [564×710]

Roman wrought iron tripod with a terracotta kist. Found in Pompeii. Currently located in Archaeological Museum in Naples. Dated back to I century CE. [564×710]

Terracotta vase featuring a Rams head, geometrical patterns and scenes of people, horses and other animals. Possible used for cosmetics. Greece, Archaic period. 4th quarter of the 6th century B.C. [3915×2741]

Terracotta vase featuring a Rams head, geometrical patterns and scenes of people, horses and other animals. Possible used for cosmetics. Greece, Archaic period. 4th quarter of the 6th century B.C. [3915×2741]

Mother Goddess (fertility divinity), possibly derived from the Indus Valley Civilization, terracotta, Sar Dheri, Gandhara, 1st century BC, Victoria and Albert Museum [757 x 1600]

Mother Goddess (fertility divinity), possibly derived from the Indus Valley Civilization, terracotta, Sar Dheri, Gandhara, 1st century BC, Victoria and Albert Museum [757 x 1600]