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Full Record: x-na035/NA000_IMG0035

NA035

Ceremonial platform in talud-tablero style (alternating talud (sloping) and tablero (upright) sections to demarcate ascending levels) facing W. side of the Plaza of the Moon, view from SE.

Full Record: x-na034/NA000_IMG0034

NA034

Ceremonial platform on W. side of Avenue of the Dead, constructed in talud-tablero style (alternating talud (sloping) and tablero (upright) sections to demarcate ascending levels)

Full Record: x-gas158/GAS100_IMG0058

GAS158

Charging Warrior and Herakles as Archer: figures from R. side of E. pediment, Temple of Aphaia, Aegina, ca. 490-480 B.C.

Full Record: x-ne093/NE000_IMG0093

NE093

Chariot and cavalryman, relief from a series depicting units of the Assyrain army; from doorway at Aslantas-Hatadu (period of Tiglath-Pileser III), 744-727 B.C.

Full Record: x-bmp114/BMP100_IMG0014

BMP114

Chariot in the Panathenaic Procession; detail from north frieze of the Parthenon, ca. 438-432 B.C.E.

Full Record: x-bmp115/BMP100_IMG0015

BMP115

Chariot in the Panathenaic Procession; detail from north frieze of the Parthenon, ca. 438-432 B.C.E.

Full Record: x-clx077/CLX000_IMG0077

CLX077

Chariot race in the circus; relief (possibly fragment from a sarcophagus?), ca. 300 C.E.

Full Record: x-gas113/GAS100_IMG0013

GAS113

Chariot scene with two divinities(?), metope from unidentified temple on the acropolis at Selinus (Selinunte), ca. 575 B.C.

Full Record: x-gsm041/GSM000_IMG0041

GSM041

Chariot scene with two warriors; fragment from a votive relief, ca. 400 B.C.

Full Record: x-gt042/GT000_IMG0042

GT042

Chartres Cathedral: Christ in Majesty with symbols of the Four Evangelists; tympanum of C. door of West front, “Royal Portals,” ca. 1145-1170

Full Record: x-gt043/GT000_IMG0043

GT043

Chartres Cathedral: Christ in Majesty, detail of central mandorla from tympanum of C. door of West front, “Royal Portals,” ca. 1145-1170

Full Record: x-gt044/GT000_IMG0044

GT044

Chartres Cathedral: Apostles with Prophets(?), detail of lintel above C. door (“Christ in Majesty”) of West front, “Royal Portals,” ca. 1145-1170

Full Record: x-gt051/GT000_IMG0051

GT051

Chartres Cathedral: Death, Assumption, and Coronation of the Virgin, detail of tympanum and archivolts of N. transept, C. portal, ca. 1220s

Full Record: x-gt054/GT000_IMG0054

GT054

Chartres Cathedral: Deesis and Last Judgment, detail of tympa- num and archivolts of S. transept, C. portal, ca. 1215-1220

Full Record: x-gt040/GT000_IMG0040

GT040

Chartres Cathedral: detail, C. door (tympanum representing Christ in Majesty) of West front, “Royal Portals,” ca. 1145-1170

Full Record: x-gt036/GT000_IMG0036

GT036

Chartres Cathedral: detail, gargoyle figure on SW. corner of S. tower, from above, showing groove to rain spout

Full Record: x-gt047/GT000_IMG0047

GT047

Chartres Cathedral: detail, scenes from the Life of Christ: capital frieze from R. side, S. door of West front, “Royal Portals,” ca. 1145-1170

Full Record: x-gt041/GT000_IMG0041

GT041

Chartres Cathedral: detail, tympanum (“Christ in Majesty”), lintel and archivolts of C. door of West front, “Royal Portals,” ca. 1145-1170

Full Record: x-gt037/GT000_IMG0037

GT037

Chartres Cathedral: exterior, detail of flying buttresses on N. side (view from N. tower), ca. early 13th century

Full Record: x-gt038/GT000_IMG0038

GT038

Chartres Cathedral: exterior, detail of flying buttresses on N. side (view from N. transept), ca. 1194-1220

Full Record: x-gt035/GT000_IMG0035

GT035

Chartres Cathedral: exterior, view from SE. showing towers of West front (begun mid-12th century; N. spire added 1507-1514)

Full Record: x-gt052/GT000_IMG0052

GT052

Chartres Cathedral: Melchizedek, Abraham, and Moses; figures from C. door of N. transept portals, ca. 1220s

Full Record: x-gt053/GT000_IMG0053

GT053

Chartres Cathedral: Moses, Samuel, David; column statues from C. door of N. transept portals, ca. 1220s

Full Record: x-gt050/GT000_IMG0050

GT050

Chartres Cathedral: N. transept, C. portal, ca. 1220s

Full Record: x-gt049/GT000_IMG0049

GT049

Chartres Cathedral: Old Testament figures, jamb statues from S. door of West front, “Royal Portals,” ca. 1145-1170

Full Record: x-gt048/GT000_IMG0048

GT048

Chartres Cathedral: Old Testament precursors of Christ, jamb figures from S. door of West front, “Royal Portals,” ca. 1145-1170

Full Record: x-gt055/GT000_IMG0055

GT055

Chartres Cathedral: S. transept, L. portal, detail of socles under jamb figures of Saints Steven, Clement, and Lawrence, ca. 1215-1220

Full Record: x-gt045/GT000_IMG0045

GT045

Chartres Cathedral: The Ascension, tympanum from N. door of West front, “Royal Portals,” ca. 1145-1170

Full Record: x-gt046/GT000_IMG0046

GT046

Chartres Cathedral: The Nativity, tympanum from S. door of West front, “Royal Portals,” ca. 1145-1170

Full Record: x-gt039/GT000_IMG0039

GT039

Chartres Cathedral: West front, “Royal Portals,” ca. 1145-1170

Full Record: x-ist039/IST000_IMG0039

IST039

Child’s sarcophagus, from the imperial cemetery beside the Church of the Holy Apostle: flying angels flanking Chi-Rho monogram encircled by laurel wreath, ca. 2nd half of 4th century to early 5th century

Full Record: x-esh010/ESH000_IMG0010

ESH010

Chiswick House: Classical gardens flanking plaza before main [E. front] entrance, hedge wall with herm figure (design attributed to Michael Rysbrack), ca. 2nd quarter 18th century

Full Record: x-esh005/ESH000_IMG0005

ESH005

Chiswick House: exterior, detail of fenestration on N. side, begun 1725

Full Record: x-esh003/ESH000_IMG0003

ESH003

Chiswick House: exterior, East front, angled view of “temple” facade and monumental stairways, begun 1725

Full Record: x-esh001/ESH000_IMG0001

ESH001

Chiswick House: exterior, East front, begun 1725

Full Record: x-esh002/ESH000_IMG0002

ESH002

Chiswick House: exterior, East front, begun 1725

Full Record: x-esh004/ESH000_IMG0004

ESH004

Chiswick House: exterior, East front, detail of “temple” facade, begun 1725

Full Record: x-esh007/ESH000_IMG0007

ESH007

Chiswick House: interior, detail of central octagonal cupola, begun 1725

Full Record: x-esh008/ESH000_IMG0008

ESH008

Chiswick House: interior, detail of pedimental doorway with gilt moldings [under restoration], begun 1725

Full Record: x-esh006/ESH000_IMG0006

ESH006

Chiswick House: interior, view of Classical-style fireplace and wall moldings, begun 1725

Full Record: x-esh009/ESH000_IMG0009

ESH009

Chiswick House: “Doric Temple” structure in the Classical gardens, ca. 2nd quarter 18th century

Full Record: x-gas298/GAS200_IMG0098

GAS298

Choragic Monument of Lysicrates, ca. 334 B.C.

Full Record: x-gtc216/GTC200_IMG0016

GTC216

Christ Among the Doctors (The Boy Jesus in the Temple); detail of roundel from the “Biblia Pauperum” (II) window, north aisle of the choir, Canterbury Cathedral, ca. late 12th century

Full Record: x-ec084/EC000_IMG0084

EC084

Christ in Majesty with Symbols of the Four Evangelists; detail of apse fresco, Church of Santa Maria del Mur

Full Record: x-ec083/EC000_IMG0083

EC083

Christ in Majesty with Symbols of the Four Evangelists; the Twelve Apostles; scenes of the Visitation, the Nativity, the Annunciation to the Shepherds, and the Adoration of the Magi; apse frescoes, Church of Santa Maria del Mur

Full Record: x-ist030/IST000_IMG0030

IST030

Christ Pantokrator (Christ as Universal Ruler), enthroned between Emperor Constantine IX Monomachus and the Empress Zoe; mosaic from Hagia Sophia, 1028-1034

Full Record: x-ist021/IST000_IMG0021

IST021

Christ Pantokrator; lunette mosaic above entry to inner narthex, Church of the Savior in Chora (Kariye Camii), Istanbul, ca. 1310-1320

Full Record: x-rma189/RMA100_IMG0089

RMA189

Chrysler Building, New York City: detail of spire and upper stories, 1928-1930

Full Record: x-rma190/RMA100_IMG0090

RMA190

Chrysler Building, New York City: interior, lobby, detail of Art Deco elevator outer doors with stylized papyrus motif decor of exotic “Metyl-Wood” veneers by the Tyler Company, 1928-1930

Full Record: x-irm140/IRM100_IMG0040

IRM140

Church of St. Mary (Our Lady’s Church), Glendalough: detail, granite post-and-lintel West portal with inclined jambs, ca. 10th or 11th century