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Rodney’s Stone is a Class II Pictish symbol stone, probably carved in the 8th century.

Rodney’s Stone is a Class II Pictish symbol stone, probably carved in the 8th century.

Lintel on Prasat Sikhoraphum, Thailand More description from Art and Archeology Style: Angkor Wat, Suryavarman II Completed: 1113-1150 CE In the center, a ten-armed Shiva dances on a hamsa platform. Below, the kala grasps two lions by their hind legs. At Shiva's feet, from photo left to right, are Hindu deities Uma, Vishnu, Brahma with three visible heads, and Shiva's elephant-headed son, Ganesh. Above them, a row of flying celestials. At the bottom is a row of celestials riding dragons

Lintel on Prasat Sikhoraphum, Thailand More description from Art and Archeology Style: Angkor Wat, Suryavarman II Completed: 1113-1150 CE In the center, a ten-armed Shiva dances on a hamsa platform. Below, the kala grasps two lions by their hind legs. At Shiva's feet, from photo left to right, are Hindu deities Uma, Vishnu, Brahma with three visible heads, and Shiva's elephant-headed son, Ganesh. Above them, a row of flying celestials. At the bottom is a row of celestials riding dragons

Jumbo The Elephant three early studies for the lifesize statue of Jumbo for Tufts University - Bronze Figurative sculpture by sculptor Steven Whyte, Carmel, California. Www.facebook.com/stevenwhytecarmel

Jumbo The Elephant three early studies for the lifesize statue of Jumbo for Tufts University - Bronze Figurative sculpture by sculptor Steven Whyte, Carmel, California. Www.facebook.com/stevenwhytecarmel

incredible sculptured structure - The Virupaksha temple is the main center of pilgrimage at Hampi. India

incredible sculptured structure - The Virupaksha temple is the main center of pilgrimage at Hampi. India

Left: Nomoli figure with lizard head and human body. Right: Human figure riding an elephant, in disproportionate size

Left: Nomoli figure with lizard head and human body. Right: Human figure riding an elephant, in disproportionate size

File:'Seated Ganesha', India, Karnataka state, schist, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.

Part of a folding knife carved in exquisite detail from elephant ivory and found at Silchester.

Part of a folding knife carved in exquisite detail from elephant ivory and found at Silchester.

Lamp with Elephant Heads and Human Figures, possibly Greek, from Asia Minor (modern-day Turkey), 250–100 B.C.

Lamp with Elephant Heads and Human Figures, possibly Greek, from Asia Minor (modern-day Turkey), 250–100 B.C.

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