Religion in the Ancient World
Religion (from the Latin Religio, meaning 'restraint,' or Relegere, according to Cicero, meaning 'to repeat...
Roman Temple of Évora
The Roman Temple of Évora, also referred to as the Templo de Diana (albeit wrongly) is an ancient temple in the Portuguese...
Roman Temple, Nimes, France
The Roman temple (Maison Carré) of Nimes, France, built 19-16 BCE.
Sath Graha Temple (Front)
One of the temples at the Sath Graha section of Katas Raj, Chakwal, Punjab, Pakistan, an ancient Hindu site dedicated...
Scotland is a country which, today, comprises the northern part of Great Britain and includes the islands known as the Hebrides...
Second Temple Model
A 50:1 scale model of the Second Temple, this detailed replica was originally commissioned by Hans Kroch for the Holyland...
Shabti Dolls: The Workforce in the Afterlife
The Egyptians believed the afterlife was a mirror-image of life on earth. When a person died their individual journey...
Shrine of the Kailasa Temple, Ellora
A Hindu shrine from the rock-cut Kailasa temple at Ellora, 8-9th century CE. The central figure is Ganga, the personification...
Sicilian Temples (Greek Metrology)
Characteristics of Sicilian Archaic Temples The large dimensions of the components, the presence of a propteron...
Sounion (or Sunium) was an important ancient Greek religious sanctuary sacred to the gods Poseidon and Athena. Spectacularly...