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Bronze statuette of Menvra wearing the aegis and Gorgoneion. From central Italy. Circa 500 BC. Unusually, the head of the Gorgon is as large as that of the goddess, and her right rather than left leg is bent. The handle in her left hand and spigot on the forearm indicate where a shield was attached to the figure.  Altes Museum, Berlin.

Bronze statuette of Menvra wearing the aegis and Gorgoneion. From central Italy. Circa 500 BC. Unusually, the head of the Gorgon is as large as that of the goddess, and her right rather than left leg is bent. The handle in her left hand and spigot on the forearm indicate where a shield was attached to the figure. Altes Museum, Berlin.

Plaques   Gold; stamped. Left: Diam. 4.8 cm, right: Diam. 4.9 cm  Scythian culture.  4th century BC  Tsymbalka Barrow, Dnieper Area, Zaporoz...

century BC Tsymbalka Barrow, Dnieper Area, Zaporozhye Region, formerly the Taurida Province Russia (now Ukraine) Source of Entry: Imperial Archaeological Commission, St Petersburg.

Marble statue of a draped woman, Ancient Turkey, 2nd c BCE The British Museum

Marble statue of a draped woman, Ancient Turkey, Century BCE, The British Museum. Look how they treated the marble. It looks soft and delicate like fabric.

Bronze figure of Aphrodite stooping to remove her sandal, 200-100 BC, Patras, Peloponnese, Greece

Bronze figure of Aphrodite stooping to remove her sandal - circa BC, from ancient Peloponnese - at the British Museum

Young woman wearing a hat, with a fan Clay Ca. 320 BCE. Height 34 cm. > ancientrome.ru

Painted Terracotta Statuette Of Woman With Hat & Fan -- Hellenistic -- Century BCE -- Antikensammlung, Staatliche Museen, Berlin

The Tiber Muse                         Artist Unknown (Graeco-Roman)       (Italy, Europe), 2nd-1st century B.C.                                    Marble

The Tiber Muse Artist Unknown (Graeco-Roman) (Italy, Europe), century B. Marble-Beautiful draping of cloth

Marble female funerary statue, found on Delos, Cyclades Copy made in the 2nd c. BC of an original dating from about 300 BC Marble female funerary statue. It was found on the island of Delos, in the Cyclades. The female figure is rendered in the type of the Small Herculaneum Woman. She wears a full-length chiton and a himation that covers her entire body and arms. Traces of colour are preserved on the hair and on the garments of the figure.

Marble female funerary statue, found on Delos, Cyclades Copy made in the c. BC of an original dating from about 300 BC

Hadrian as imperator, from Hierapytna, Greece, c. 120-125 AD, marble. Cuirass, paludamentum, boots, elaborate wreath. Cuirass depicts 2 Vics crowning Minerva/Athena who stands on R and R she-wolf. Triumph of Greece and Rome under a united empire against barb. world, symbolised by enemy under left foot. Trampling motif originates with TJ in equestrian form.

Hadrian as Imperator, marble, Hierapytna, Crete, circa CE

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