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Etruscan terracotta antefix from Capua, 6th century B.C. Terracotta painted in black and red, depicting the head of a Gorgon within a border of palmettes. National Museum Scotland

Etruscan terracotta antefix from Capua, 6th century B.C. Terracotta painted in black and red, depicting the head of a Gorgon within a border of palmettes. National Museum Scotland

Medusa head, Greek Canosan Medusa antefix, 4th century B.C. Polychrome Canosan antefix showing the facing head of Medusa with traces of original black, pink and white pigments surviving, the serpents particularly well represented, 21 cm diameter. Private collection

Medusa head, Greek Canosan Medusa antefix, 4th century B.C. Polychrome Canosan antefix showing the facing head of Medusa with traces of original black, pink and white pigments surviving, the serpents particularly well represented, 21 cm diameter. Private collection

Greek antefix, Tarantine terracotta antefix, late 6th century B.C. Semi-circular in form, molded with a gorgoneion, the wide face with large almond-shaped eyes and a prominent nose, the tongue protruding through fanged teeth, with a pronounced chin, the beard with pointed locks, stylized hair across the forehead, three rows of braids framing the face, 20 cm high. Private collection, from The Timemchineco gallery

Greek antefix, Tarantine terracotta antefix, late 6th century B.C. Semi-circular in form, molded with a gorgoneion, the wide face with large almond-shaped eyes and a prominent nose, the tongue protruding through fanged teeth, with a pronounced chin, the beard with pointed locks, stylized hair across the forehead, three rows of braids framing the face, 20 cm high. Private collection, from The Timemchineco gallery

Greek polychromed terracotta antefix, 6th century B.C. From Sicily, represent Gorgon, 17.5 cm high. Private collection

Greek polychromed terracotta antefix, 6th century B.C. From Sicily, represent Gorgon, 17.5 cm high. Private collection

Gorgon head, Greek antefix with Gorgon head, archaic period, 5th century B.C. 15 xm high. Private collection

Gorgon head, Greek antefix with Gorgon head, archaic period, 5th century B.C. 15 xm high. Private collection

Etruscan terracotta relief akroter with Gorgo with two winged horse, 6th century B.C. Etruscan terracotta relief akroter with Etruscan Master of the beast Potnia Theron between two horses, red and black painting, 30.5 cm high. Private collection

Etruscan terracotta relief akroter with Gorgo with two winged horse, 6th century B.C. Etruscan terracotta relief akroter with Etruscan Master of the beast Potnia Theron between two horses, red and black painting, 30.5 cm high. Private collection

Roman terracotta antefix with Medusa, 1st century A.D. Terracotta antefix in the form of an upright palmette emerging from the head of Medusa, the palmette with a straight central and curled sideward petals, the round face of the Gorgoneion with wide almondshaped eyes, scalloped hair and a faint grimacing smile, 23.2 cm high. Private collection

Roman terracotta antefix with Medusa, 1st century A.D. Terracotta antefix in the form of an upright palmette emerging from the head of Medusa, the palmette with a straight central and curled sideward petals, the round face of the Gorgoneion with wide almondshaped eyes, scalloped hair and a faint grimacing smile, 23.2 cm high. Private collection

Phrygian antefix with griffin and head of Medusa, 3rd century B.C. 28 cm long. Private collection

Phrygian antefix with griffin and head of Medusa, 3rd century B.C. 28 cm long. Private collection

Gorgon on Greek bronze trefoil oinochoe with Gorgon applique, 5th century B.C. The Gorgon or Medusa is shown in typical Archaic style with a monstrous head facing the on looker, her eyes bulging and her mouth snarled into a ferocious smile. She has wide out stretched wings behind her back and her hands are placed on her hips, the rim of the jug is cast with a very fine ovolo pattern below a line of raised balls, 13.3 cm high. Private collection

Gorgon on Greek bronze trefoil oinochoe with Gorgon applique, 5th century B.C. The Gorgon or Medusa is shown in typical Archaic style with a monstrous head facing the on looker, her eyes bulging and her mouth snarled into a ferocious smile. She has wide out stretched wings behind her back and her hands are placed on her hips, the rim of the jug is cast with a very fine ovolo pattern below a line of raised balls, 13.3 cm high. Private collection

Greek bronze hydria kalpis with ovoid body and vertical handle with engraved and plastic decor showing a siren. The upper rim, the foot and the handles sideways are decorated with pearl and lozenges cymatia. Greek, 3rd quarter 5th century B.C. 44 cm high. Private collection

Greek bronze hydria kalpis with ovoid body and vertical handle with engraved and plastic decor showing a siren. The upper rim, the foot and the handles sideways are decorated with pearl and lozenges cymatia. Greek, 3rd quarter 5th century B.C. 44 cm high. Private collection


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Greek/Attic Marble stele (grave marker), Period: Archaic, Date: ca. 530 B.C.

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Marble Statue - Temple of Artemis at Ephesus (Greece, 550-520 BC)

Marble Statue - Temple of Artemis at Ephesus (Greece, 550-520 BC)

Running Gorgon ca. 540 B.C.  Bronze.Culture:  Greek, Lakonian or South Italian Period:  Archaic - See more at: http://artgallery.yale.edu/collections/objects/running-gorgon#sthash.sWrNpb7n.dpuf

Running Gorgon ca. 540 B.C. Bronze.Culture: Greek, Lakonian or South Italian Period: Archaic - See more at: http://artgallery.yale.edu/collections/objects/running-gorgon#sthash.sWrNpb7n.dpuf

Shortly After Exhumation on the Acropolis: the Calf-Bearer and the Kritios Boy . Unknown Artist. Ca. 1865. Albumen silver print from glass negative.

Shortly After Exhumation on the Acropolis: the Calf-Bearer and the Kritios Boy . Unknown Artist. Ca. 1865. Albumen silver print from glass negative.

ARCHAIC - Mantiklos Apollo, ca.700-680 BCE Bronze,  Orientalizing Period Inscribed on lower portion.

ARCHAIC - Mantiklos Apollo, ca.700-680 BCE Bronze, Orientalizing Period Inscribed on lower portion.

Heracles and the Cercopes. Sandstone. Metope from the temple of Hera at the mouth of the river Sele. Mid-6th century B.C. Paestum, National Archaeological Museum.

Heracles and the Cercopes. Sandstone. Metope from the temple of Hera at the mouth of the river Sele. Mid-6th century B.C. Paestum, National Archaeological Museum.

Chryselephantine Sculpture  --  Thought to be a depiction of Apollo  --  Fire-blackened ivory with gold on a wooden core  --  Greek  --  6th Century BCE  --  Belonging to the Delphi Archaeological Museum, Greece

Chryselephantine Sculpture -- Thought to be a depiction of Apollo -- Fire-blackened ivory with gold on a wooden core -- Greek -- 6th Century BCE -- Belonging to the Delphi Archaeological Museum, Greece

Statue of Minerva Terracotta - circa 5th c. BCE, from the votive deposit in the sancturay of Minerva Tritonia in Lavinium - at the Museum of Lavinium, Pomezia

Statue of Minerva Terracotta - circa 5th c. BCE, from the votive deposit in the sancturay of Minerva Tritonia in Lavinium - at the Museum of Lavinium, Pomezia

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