Antinous; The cult of Antinous was synchronized with existing cults. He was thus grafted on to both Osiris and Dionysus . In Rome itself the cult of Antinous was treated sceptically as his deification had not been sanctioned by the Senate.
Apollo De Veio, Etruscan terracotta statue discovered in 1916 - sculpted in the so-called "international" Ionic or late-archaic Etruscan style. The statue was probably made by Vulca, Etruscan artist from the town of Veii. / National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia, Rome.
The Royal Tombs of Aigai: Finds from the tomb of Alexander IV- son of Alexander the Great. (310 B.C) Alexander IV was about twelve years old at the time of his death. He was assassinated along with his mother Roxanne by order of Cassander, one of the diadochi. Decorative ivory and gold figures from the couch the prince was burned on.