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Roman architecture, Roman frieze, Roman terracotta frieze relief with Cupid from Roman temple decoration, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Roman architecture, Roman terracotta frieze from Roman temple decoration, Campana relief, cupid facing right as he plays his lyre, detailed workmanship, 26 cm high. Private collection

Roman architecture, Roman frieze, Roman terracotta frieze relief with Cupid from Roman temple decoration, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Roman architecture, Roman terracotta frieze from Roman temple decoration, Campana relief, cupid facing right as he plays his lyre, detailed workmanship, 26 cm high. Private collection

Roman frieze, Roman terracotta frieze relief with Cupid, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Roman frieze, Roman terracotta frieze Campana relief, Cupid facing right as he plays his lyre, detailed workmanship, 26 cm high. Private collection

Roman frieze, Roman terracotta frieze relief with Cupid, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Roman frieze, Roman terracotta frieze Campana relief, Cupid facing right as he plays his lyre, detailed workmanship, 26 cm high. Private collection

Roman frieze, Roman terracotta frieze relief with Cupid, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Roman terracotta frieze Campana relief, cupid facing right as he plays his lyre, detailed workmanship, 26 cm high. Private collection

Roman frieze, Roman terracotta frieze relief with Cupid, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Roman terracotta frieze Campana relief, cupid facing right as he plays his lyre, detailed workmanship, 26 cm high. Private collection

Greek frieze from Greek temple decoration, Greek terracotta relief with two confronting horses and Alexander the Great, 2nd century B.C. Greek frieze from Greek temple decoration, supposedly from Central Italy, with two confronting horses and horseman wearing Attic helmet with head turned back, considering this battle scene the horseman can be Alexander the Great with his horse Bucephalus, cobalt blu and red, unpublished for scene and for type, 16 cm long. Private collection

Greek frieze from Greek temple decoration, Greek terracotta relief with two confronting horses and Alexander the Great, 2nd century B.C. Greek frieze from Greek temple decoration, supposedly from Central Italy, with two confronting horses and horseman wearing Attic helmet with head turned back, considering this battle scene the horseman can be Alexander the Great with his horse Bucephalus, cobalt blu and red, unpublished for scene and for type, 16 cm long. Private collection

Greek architecture, Greek terracotta relief  from Greek temple decoration with two confronting horses and Alexander the Great, 2nd century B.C. Supposedly from Central Italy, from Greek temple decoration, with two confronting horses and horseman wearing Attic helmet with head turned back, considering this battle scene the horseman can be Alexander the Great with his horse Bucephalus, cobalt blu and red, unpublished for scene and for type, 16 cm long. Private collection

Greek architecture, Greek terracotta relief from Greek temple decoration with two confronting horses and Alexander the Great, 2nd century B.C. Supposedly from Central Italy, from Greek temple decoration, with two confronting horses and horseman wearing Attic helmet with head turned back, considering this battle scene the horseman can be Alexander the Great with his horse Bucephalus, cobalt blu and red, unpublished for scene and for type, 16 cm long. Private collection

Greek frieze, Greek terracotta relief  with two confronting horses and Alexander the Great, 2nd century B.C. Supposedly from Central Italy, Greek frieze fragment, probably architectural decoration, with two confronting horses and horseman wearing Attic helmet with head turned back, considering this battle scene the horseman can be Alexander the Great with his horse Bucephalus, cobalt blu and red, unpublished for scene and for type, 16 cm long. Private collection

Greek frieze, Greek terracotta relief with two confronting horses and Alexander the Great, 2nd century B.C. Supposedly from Central Italy, Greek frieze fragment, probably architectural decoration, with two confronting horses and horseman wearing Attic helmet with head turned back, considering this battle scene the horseman can be Alexander the Great with his horse Bucephalus, cobalt blu and red, unpublished for scene and for type, 16 cm long. Private collection

Greek frieze, Taras, Greek frieze fragment from a limestone frieze depicting dancing maenad with swirling drapery and holding thyrsus, 4th century B.C. 21 cm high. Private collection

Greek frieze, Taras, Greek frieze fragment from a limestone frieze depicting dancing maenad with swirling drapery and holding thyrsus, 4th century B.C. 21 cm high. Private collection

Greek architecture, Greek terracotta relief with two confronting horses and Alexander the Great, 2nd century B.C. Greek architecture, supposedly from Central Italy, probably architectural decoration, with two confronting horses and horseman wearing Attic helmet with head turned back, considering this battle scene the horseman can be Alexander the Great with his horse Bucephalus, cobalt blu and red, unpublished for scene and for type, 16 cm long. Private collection

Greek architecture, Greek terracotta relief with two confronting horses and Alexander the Great, 2nd century B.C. Greek architecture, supposedly from Central Italy, probably architectural decoration, with two confronting horses and horseman wearing Attic helmet with head turned back, considering this battle scene the horseman can be Alexander the Great with his horse Bucephalus, cobalt blu and red, unpublished for scene and for type, 16 cm long. Private collection

Greek relief, Tarentum, Greek relief fragment from a limestone frieze depicting dancing maenad with swirling drapery and holding thyrsus, 4th century B.C. 21 cm high. Private collection

Greek relief, Tarentum, Greek relief fragment from a limestone frieze depicting dancing maenad with swirling drapery and holding thyrsus, 4th century B.C. 21 cm high. Private collection

Greek terracotta frieze, Locrian Pinax, 490-460 B.C. Type 2/11, Greek terracotta frieze, Locrian pinax with two pegasus, 20 x 13 cm. Private collection, ex Archea gallery Amsterdam

Greek terracotta frieze, Locrian Pinax, 490-460 B.C. Type 2/11, Greek terracotta frieze, Locrian pinax with two pegasus, 20 x 13 cm. Private collection, ex Archea gallery Amsterdam

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