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Ring of Judgement
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"Ring of Judgement" by sculptress Liv Due.

The idea with this sculpture by Liv Due is to show how an ancient "ring of judgement" was built and give the viewer the opportunity to sit down in one of the chairs and get a feeling of what it was like to be an ancient judge.

Copyright: Lennart Mollerstrom
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Uploaded: 27/08/2009
Updated: 08/10/2014
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Tags: granite; sculpture; art
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