Horse head sculpture from The Parthenon in Greece. These beautiful marble sculptures were stolen by Lord Elgin in 1803 and relocated to Britain. They currently still reside at the British Museum for reasons that, er, erm.
Head of an athlete wearing a “taenia”; the head was originally part of a full-length statue but was added to a modern bust by its restoer. The head is either modeled on a Greek original of about 470 BC or is a new Roman creation in a Classicising style.
This sculpture belongs to the series of sculptures known as The Elgin Marbles. They were taken (some would say stolen) by Lord Elgin and taken from the Parthenon to England and acquired by the British Museum.
The Motya Charioteer: The British Museum - Made by a Greek sculptor in Sicily about BC. Marble from Greece or Turkey. Found in 1979 on the Sicilian island of Motya (Mozia), off the western tip of Sicily.
PARTHENON Figures from the East Pediment of the Parthenon, Acropolis Athens. From left to right cat no K possibly the goddess Hestia ,L & M probably the goddess Aphrodite lying the the lap of Dione her mother.