The Louvre has a grand collection of sculptures. The gallery below features a few, I haven’t sorted them according to time period.
“The historical and geographical context of our collection spans a nine-thousand year period from prehistory to the early Islamic Period, and encompasses an area stretching from North Africa to the Indus Valley and Central Asia, and from the Black Sea (Anatolia) to the Arabian peninsula (as far as the Indian Ocean).”
“The Department of Egyptian Antiquities presents vestiges from the civilizations that developed in the Nile Valley from the late prehistoric era (c. 4000 BC) to the Christian period (4th century AD).”
Rune and I spent some lovely days in The Louvre, perusing artifacts made by peoples of times long gone by. We walked the galleries and marvelled at brush strokes of the masters, as well as the throngs of people around certain works.
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