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Greek satyr playing double flute, 3rd century B.C. Greek satyr statuette of seated satyr playing double flute, draped, with phallus exposed and tail, 12 cm high. Private collection

Greek satyr playing double flute, 3rd century B.C. Greek satyr statuette of seated satyr playing double flute, draped, with phallus exposed and tail, 12 cm high. Private collection

Greek terracotta satyr playing double flute, 3rd century B.C. Greek terracotta satyr statuette of seated satyr playing double flute, draped, with phallus exposed and tail, 12 cm high. Private collection

Greek terracotta satyr playing double flute, 3rd century B.C. Greek terracotta satyr statuette of seated satyr playing double flute, draped, with phallus exposed and tail, 12 cm high. Private collection

Greek terracotta Silenus, 3rd-1st century B.C. Greek terracotta Silenus, Ptolemaic period, Greek terracotta pot support with mask of Papposeilenos with long striated beard, within an arched panel, the back is plain, the edge of the fire bowl still evident, 11.6 cm high. Private collection

Greek terracotta Silenus, 3rd-1st century B.C. Greek terracotta Silenus, Ptolemaic period, Greek terracotta pot support with mask of Papposeilenos with long striated beard, within an arched panel, the back is plain, the edge of the fire bowl still evident, 11.6 cm high. Private collection

Greek satyr Silenus, 3rd-1st century B.C. Ptolemaic Period, Greek satyr Silenus terracotta pot support with mask of Papposeilenos with long striated beard, within a rectangular panel, at some point during the end of the 3rd Century B.C. self contained braziers of terracotta became quite popular and were produced at centers in the eastern Mediterranean countries, continuing in this form until the middle of the 1st century B.C. 12 cm high. Private collection

Greek satyr Silenus, 3rd-1st century B.C. Ptolemaic Period, Greek satyr Silenus terracotta pot support with mask of Papposeilenos with long striated beard, within a rectangular panel, at some point during the end of the 3rd Century B.C. self contained braziers of terracotta became quite popular and were produced at centers in the eastern Mediterranean countries, continuing in this form until the middle of the 1st century B.C. 12 cm high. Private collection

Greek bronze Satyr head on Greek bronze mirror handle, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Greek bronze Satyr head, Graeco Roman handle with the head of Selinus facing right surmounted by an altar, 8.3 cm high. Private collection

Greek bronze Satyr head on Greek bronze mirror handle, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Greek bronze Satyr head, Graeco Roman handle with the head of Selinus facing right surmounted by an altar, 8.3 cm high. Private collection

Greek bronze Satyr head on Greek bronze situla, 2nd half 4th century B.C. Greek bronze Satyr head, the pear-shaped body on a raised ring foot, the two handles hooked through a double foliate ring on either side that springs from plastical attachments of excellent quality, one depicting the head of a Silenus, the other in form of a lion´s head with spout, 22.5 cm high. Private collection

Greek bronze Satyr head on Greek bronze situla, 2nd half 4th century B.C. Greek bronze Satyr head, the pear-shaped body on a raised ring foot, the two handles hooked through a double foliate ring on either side that springs from plastical attachments of excellent quality, one depicting the head of a Silenus, the other in form of a lion´s head with spout, 22.5 cm high. Private collection

Greek satyr, 3rd-1st century B.C. Ptolemaic period, Greek satyr terracotta pot supports with mask of Papposeilenos with long striated beard, in Greek mythology, Silenus was a companion and tutor to the wine god Dionysus, he is typically older than the satyrs of the Dionysian retinue (thiasos) and sometimes considerably older, in which case he may be referred to as a Papposilenus, 12.2 cm high max. Private collection

Greek satyr, 3rd-1st century B.C. Ptolemaic period, Greek satyr terracotta pot supports with mask of Papposeilenos with long striated beard, in Greek mythology, Silenus was a companion and tutor to the wine god Dionysus, he is typically older than the satyrs of the Dionysian retinue (thiasos) and sometimes considerably older, in which case he may be referred to as a Papposilenus, 12.2 cm high max. Private collection

Greek satyr, 3rd century B.C. Greek pottery statuette of satyr with long beard, with hand touch his genital, 9.3 cm high. Private collection

Greek satyr, 3rd century B.C. Greek pottery statuette of satyr with long beard, with hand touch his genital, 9.3 cm high. Private collection

Etruscan terracotta satyr mask, 6th century B.C. Executed in the bold relief of the Archaic style, with a row of brow curls, pointed ears, broad moustache, thick lips, and a wide, curly spade-form beard; extensive polychromy remaining, 23 cm high Private collection

Etruscan terracotta satyr mask, 6th century B.C. Executed in the bold relief of the Archaic style, with a row of brow curls, pointed ears, broad moustache, thick lips, and a wide, curly spade-form beard; extensive polychromy remaining, 23 cm high Private collection

Corinthian satyr, greek terracotta satyr, Greek, Corinth, mid 5th century B.C. Corinthian satyr, greek terracotta satyr, greek corinthian bearded sitting satyr supported by his tail, 7.8 cm high. Private collection

Corinthian satyr, greek terracotta satyr, Greek, Corinth, mid 5th century B.C. Corinthian satyr, greek terracotta satyr, greek corinthian bearded sitting satyr supported by his tail, 7.8 cm high. Private collection


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Terracotta Mask of Satyr - made in the eastern Mediterranean, 300-150 BCE

Terracotta Mask of Satyr - made in the eastern Mediterranean, 300-150 BCE

Ancient Greek theatre mask, 1st century BC

Ancient Greek theatre mask, 1st century BC

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Greek theatre mask. Terracotta. Hellenistic, 3rd/2nd century BC. Height: 14,3cm. Condition: Restored but complete.  Ex. Christos G. Bastis collection. Exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1987, cat. Nr. 78.

Greek theatre mask. Terracotta. Hellenistic, 3rd/2nd century BC. Height: 14,3cm. Condition: Restored but complete. Ex. Christos G. Bastis collection. Exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1987, cat. Nr. 78.

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Museum of Antiquities | Marble Theatrical Mask (Hellenistic)

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Terracotta statuette of an actor. Period: Late Classical. Date: late 5th–early 4th century B.C. Culture: Greek

Terracotta statuette of an actor. Period: Late Classical. Date: late 5th–early 4th century B.C. Culture: Greek

Greek Kantharos with Satyr mask, Miletus, circa 550 BC.                                                                                                                                                      More

Greek Kantharos with Satyr mask, Miletus, circa 550 BC. More

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