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  Name Artist/Origin Date Material
Hagia Sophia (exterior)Hagia Sophia (exterior)Anthemius of Tralles (Greek, active 6th c.) and Isidorus of Miletus (Greek, active 6th c.) (architects)Begun 532–537Brick, stone, stucco, and other materials
Lintel 25 of Yaxchilán Structure 23Lintel 25 of Yaxchilán Structure 23Maya artist, Yaxchilán, Chiapas, MexicoLate Classic period, 600–900 CELimestone relief
La Mezquita (Great Mosque) (interior)La Mezquita (Great Mosque) (interior)Unknown architect(s) (possibly Syrian), Andalucía (Islamic Spain)Umayyad Dynasty, begun ca. 784–86; enlarged in the 9th and 10th centuriesStone, brick, marble, porphyry, jasper, and other materials
Shiva Vinadhara (Holder of the Lute)Shiva Vinadhara (Holder of the Lute)Unknown artist, IndiaChola Dynasty, ca. 950Bronze
El Castillo (The Castle)El Castillo (The Castle)Unknown architect(s), Mayan, Chichén Itzá, Yucatan, Mexicoca. 800–1000Stone
Lindisfarne Gospels, fol. 29 (Cotton MS, Nero D.IV)Lindisfarne Gospels, fol. 29 (Cotton MS, Nero D.IV)Attr. to Bishop Eadfrith of Lindisfarne (698–721), Northumbria (England)ca. 680–720Ink, pigments and gold on vellum