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Statue of Cupid and Psyche Sculpture, From a Greek original of the 2nd century BC, Marble, cm 125,4

Statue of Cupid and Psyche Sculpture, From a Greek original of the century BC, Marble, cm

Fresco depicting a Bacchian rite ( detail with dancing Menad)

Pompeian wall painting, detail from the mysteries hall, Mysteries Villa

Figurine d'Eros musicien. Eros dionysiaque tenant la cithare et le plectre (stylet pour pincer les cordes) Hellénistique (tardif) : 4e quart 2e siècle av J.-C. // découverte : Myrina (site) (origine). Paris, musée du Louvre

Figurine d'Eros musicien. Eros dionysiaque tenant la cithare et le plectre (stylet pour pincer les cordes) Hellénistique (tardif) : 4e quart 2e siècle av J.-C. // découverte : Myrina (site) (origine). Paris, musée du Louvre

Marble Gravestone of Demainete; Greek, Athens, c. 310 B.C.; 38" x 18-11/16" x 5-7/8"; Getty Museum, Malibu

Marble Gravestone of Demainete; Greek, Athens, c. 310 B. x x Getty Museum, Malibu

Bronze fountain in the garden. House of the Vettii - AD79eruption

Bronze fountain in the garden. House of the Vettii -

: Donna greca antica.

Marble statue of a draped woman, Ancient Turkey, Century BCE, The British Museum. Look how they treated the marble. It looks soft and delicate like fabric.

Statuette of a woman playing a double flute, from Tunisia (polychrome stone). Punic, (4th century BC) / Musee National de Carthage, Carthage, Tunisia / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

Statuette of a woman playing a double flute, from Tunisia (polychrome stone). Punic, century BC) / Musee National de Carthage, Carthage, Tunisia / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

mysterious-Lady-of-Elche (610x413, 159Kb)

The Lady of Elche also known as Lady Mora. Featured in the National Archaeological Museum of Spain, Madrid

Apollo Kitharoedus, from the Casa del Citarista, late 1st century B.C. From Pompeii. Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples

Bronze statue of Apollo Citharoedus (detail), Casa del Citarista, Pompeii. Now in Naples Archaeological Museum.

Life-size head of Mithras wearing a Phrygian cap and long curls. This stone statue fragment was found in London in 1954 buried in an underground chamber devoted to the secret cult of the bull-slayer god, popular among soldiers in the Romans Legions. 2nd-3rd C.

Life-size head of Mithras wearing a Phrygian cap and long curls. This stone statue fragment was found in London in 1954 buried in an underground chamber devoted to the secret cult of the bull-slayer god, popular among soldiers in the Romans Legions.

Seated girl, Roman statue (marble), possibly copy after Hellenistic original from the school of Lysippus, 2nd century AD (if copy, then original 4th c. BC), (Centrale Montemartini, Rome).

Seated girl, Roman statue (marble), possibly copy after Hellenistic original…

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