Late Roman and Byzantine Art at the Louvre Museum
Emperor Triumphant (Barberini Ivory)
Constantinople (first half of the 6th century)
Diptych of Consul Areobindus
Constantinople, 506 CE
Ivory diptych with Circus Games (c. 400)
Leo I, Theodosius II, and Empress Fausta
Pendant of Empress Maria
Constantinople (late 5th-early 6th century)
Ivory pyxis with Christ and the Samaritan woman Eastern Mediterranean?, Second half of 6th century
Fragment ivory relief with St. Mark and his successors?
Alexandria? 7th century?
Plaque with the Prophet Joel (7th - 8th c.?)
Ivory plagues with the Mission of the Apostles and Crucifixion
Constantinople, second half of the 10th c.
Ivory panel with Christ Pantokrator
Constantinople, end of the 10th c.
Harbaville Triptych (Triptych with the Deesis and Saints)
Constantinople, mid 10th century
Triptych with scenes from the Life of Christ (10th century)
Icon of the Transfiguration of Christ
Constantinople, c. 1200
Ceramic iconostasis plaques
Constantinople Workshop, 9th-10th century
Bawit (Egypt), 8th century