Limestone statue of a male votary Period: Cypro-Classical Date: first half of the 5th century B.C. Culture: Cypriot Medium: Limestone. | © 2000–2014 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Limestone statue of a male votary Period: Cypro-Classical Date: first half of the 5th century B.C. Culture: Cypriot Medium: Limestone. | © 2000–2014 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Limestone statue of a youth holding a pyxis  Period:     Late Hellenistic or Republican (?) Date:     3rd–1st century B.C. Culture:     Cypriot

Limestone statue of a youth holding a pyxis Period: Late Hellenistic or Republican (?) Date: 3rd–1st century B.C. Culture: Cypriot

Emperor Julian ("the Apostate"), Roman statue (marble), 4th century AD, (Musée du Louvre, Paris).

Emperor Julian ("the Apostate"), Roman statue (marble), 4th century AD, (Musée du Louvre, Paris).

Bronze statue of the goddess Athena known as Athena of Piraeus, dated to late Classical period (late 4th c. BCE).

Bronze statue of the goddess Athena known as Athena of Piraeus, dated to late Classical period (late 4th c. BCE).

Portrait Statuette of the Greek Orator Demosthenes (early Roman copy of bronze portrait statue), 100 BC-100 ADSculpture, StatuetteGraeco-Roman, 1st century BC-2nd century AD  Roman period, Early to Middle Imperial, c. 31 BC-AD 235

Portrait Statuette of the Greek Orator Demosthenes (early Roman copy of bronze portrait statue), 100 BC-100 ADSculpture, StatuetteGraeco-Roman, 1st century BC-2nd century AD Roman period, Early to Middle Imperial, c. 31 BC-AD 235

early 4th C. BCE, Some 300 statuettes of seated children mostly boys aged 2 have been found in sanctuaries on Cyprus usually seated with one leg bent, nude or wearing a short tunic that allows the genitalia to be seen. Many are bedecked with earrings, finger rings, and pendant amulets across the chest. The significance of these seated children is not known. Hard  Limestone, pink surface,

early 4th C. BCE, Some 300 statuettes of seated children mostly boys aged 2 have been found in sanctuaries on Cyprus usually seated with one leg bent, nude or wearing a short tunic that allows the genitalia to be seen. Many are bedecked with earrings, finger rings, and pendant amulets across the chest. The significance of these seated children is not known. Hard Limestone, pink surface,

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