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Greek terracotta figure of a siren, Boeotian, circa 550-500 B.C. Support with splayed foot, fan-shaped tail, outspread wings, triangular neck, and flaring polos, the details painted red and black over gesso, 16.5 cm high. Private collection

Greek terracotta figure of a siren, Boeotian, circa 550-500 B.C. Support with splayed foot, fan-shaped tail, outspread wings, triangular neck, and flaring polos, the details painted red and black over gesso, 16.5 cm high. Private collection

Hellenistic hybrid iron helmet of Boeotian-Attic-Pilos type called Konos by ancient Macedonians. Crown tapering to a pointed apex to the spine, with a broad rim, the front cast a triangle shaped scroll stylized curls on both sides of the suspension cheekpieces. Found in former Yugoslavia

Hellenistic hybrid iron helmet of Boeotian-Attic-Pilos type called Konos by ancient Macedonians. Crown tapering to a pointed apex to the spine, with a broad rim, the front cast a triangle shaped scroll stylized curls on both sides of the suspension cheekpieces. Found in former Yugoslavia

Boeotian helmet, probably 2nd century B.C. Sofia museum

Boeotian helmet, probably 2nd century B.C. Sofia museum

Boeotian helmet, 4th century B.C.

Boeotian helmet, 4th century B.C.

Boeotian horse and rider, mid 6th century B.C. Decorated with dark brown lines and dots, the rider clutching the horse's neck, 10.5 cm high. Private collection

Boeotian horse and rider, mid 6th century B.C. Decorated with dark brown lines and dots, the rider clutching the horse's neck, 10.5 cm high. Private collection

Greek Boeotian jointed doll, mid 5th century B.C. Terracotta, 12.5 cm high. Princeton University Art Museum

Greek Boeotian jointed doll, mid 5th century B.C. Terracotta, 12.5 cm high. Princeton University Art Museum

Boeotian terracotta horse, 6th century B.C. Standing foursquare, with high arched neck and long nose, decorated in dark bown with vertical and horizontal lines along its legs and tail, horizontal bands along its flanks, wavy mane and large eyes with arched brows above, rider missing, 14 cm high. Private collection

Boeotian terracotta horse, 6th century B.C. Standing foursquare, with high arched neck and long nose, decorated in dark bown with vertical and horizontal lines along its legs and tail, horizontal bands along its flanks, wavy mane and large eyes with arched brows above, rider missing, 14 cm high. Private collection

Boeotian helmet, 4th century B.C., found in Bulgary. The Boeotian helmet was a type of helmet that was used in Classical Antiquity and the Hellenistic period, and possibly originated in the Greek region of Boeotia

Boeotian helmet, 4th century B.C., found in Bulgary. The Boeotian helmet was a type of helmet that was used in Classical Antiquity and the Hellenistic period, and possibly originated in the Greek region of Boeotia

Boeotian-Phrygian helmet, hybrid type

Boeotian-Phrygian helmet, hybrid type

Boeotian terracotta horse and rider, Archaic period, 575-550 B.C.   Hand modelled, with black-painted details for the horse's mane, eyes, and muzzle, decorative bands along the body and legs, the tail with chevrons, the rider with black hair and beard, dotted eyes, striped arms and a bandolier crossing his back, 13.3 cm high. Private collection

Boeotian terracotta horse and rider, Archaic period, 575-550 B.C. Hand modelled, with black-painted details for the horse's mane, eyes, and muzzle, decorative bands along the body and legs, the tail with chevrons, the rider with black hair and beard, dotted eyes, striped arms and a bandolier crossing his back, 13.3 cm high. Private collection

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