Images - The immortal Alexander the Great

Mantle clock: The vigil of Alexander the Great, Russia, St Petersburg (?), 1830–1850 (?)

Photography and photo editing: Erwin Olaf

© State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg

Produced with the support of the Hermitage Friends in the Netherlands and with an additional contribution from the Amsterdam Fund for the Arts

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Chariot element: head of a warrior Greece (?). Early 3rd century BC, Bronze, dark-brown patina, 24 x 16 cm

Photography and photo editing: Erwin Olaf

© State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg

Produced with the support of the Hermitage Friends in the Netherlands and with an additional contribution from the Amsterdam Fund for the Arts

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Head of a young man, Campania or central Italy, 3rd century BC

Photography and photo editing: Erwin Olaf

© State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg

Produced with the support of the Hermitage Friends in the Netherlands and with an additional contribution from the Amsterdam Fund for the Arts

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  • to use details from the image;
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Phalar with gorgoneion, Eastern Mediterranean, Bosporan kingdom (?), 2nd century BC

Photography and photo editing: Erwin Olaf

© State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg

Produced with the support of the Hermitage Friends in the Netherlands and with an additional contribution from the Amsterdam Fund for the Arts

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  • change the color;
  • cut the image;
  • to use details from the image;
  • to print text through the image

These works of art can be seen at the exhibition The immortal Alexander the Great from 18 September 2010 to 18 March 2010 at the Hermitage Amsterdam. The visual material may only be published free of copyright for the purposes of this exhibition with the following creditline: “State Hermitage Museum St Petersburg”. The captions above must be used in combination with the images. If this material is used, a voucher copy of the publication should be sent to the address below.

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