Lady of Guardamar
Lady of Guardamar (Dama de Guardamar), also known as the Lady of Cabezo Lucero, is a limestone female bust, 50 cm high, dated circa 400 BCE, that was discovered in fragments in the Phoenecian archaeol...
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Iberian sculpture
Iberian sculpture, a subset of Iberian art, describes the various sculptural styles developed by the Iberians from the Bronze age up to the Roman conquest. For this reason it is sometimes described as...
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Sphinx of Agost
The Sphinx of Agost is a Greek-influenced Iberian limestone sculpture, dated from the late sixth century BCE, that was found in the Agost reservoir in Alicante, Spain, in 1893.The badly damaged statue...
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Lady of Baza
The Lady of Baza (la Dama de Baza) is a famous example of Iberian sculpture by the Bastetani. It is a limestone female figure with traces of painted detail in a stuccoed surface that was found on Jul...
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Dama del Cerro de los Santos
Dama del Cerro de los Santos, also known as Gran Dama Oferente, is an Iberian sculpture from the 2nd century BCE, that is now in National Archaeological Museum of Spain in Madrid.This limestone sculpt...
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Bulls of Guisando
The Bulls of Guisando (Spanish: Toros de Guisando) are a set of celtiberian sculptures located on the hill of Guisando in the municipality of El Tiemblo, Ávila, Spain. The four sculptures, made of...
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Lady of Elche
The Lady of Elche or Lady of Elx (Spanish: Dama de Elche, [ˈdama ðe ˈeltʃe]; Valencian: Dama d'Elx, [ˈdama ˈðɛʎtʃ]) is a once polychrome stone bust that was discovered by chance in 1897 at L'...
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Bull of Osuna
The Bull of Osuna is a limestone high relief Iberian sculpture, 82 cm high, dated from the end of the 5th century BCE, that is on display at the National Archaeological Museum of Spain in Madrid.It wa...
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