Wonderfully fun Roman statue of a baby satyr playing with an adult-sized theatre mask (note the hand coming out of the mask...trying to find his way by feel?).
ca. 1st or 2d C. CE. Bust of the Roman God Faunus, the horned god of the forest, plains and fields; when he made cattle fertile he was called Inuus. He came to be equated in with the Greek god of shepherds Pan. Found in France. Marble, trace pigment. Roman Imperial copy of a Hellenistic type. Louvre
Bronze fountain head featuring a satyr, Pompeii
Athena Enkelados Louvre CA3662 Athena and Enceladus fighting. Interior from an Attic red figure dish, ca. 525 BC.
Apollo and Minerva (Athena), Roman relief (marble), sarcophagus with the two surrounded by the nine Muses - detail, 2nd century AD, (The Hermitage, St Petersburg).
Hermaphroditus struggles with a satyr, fresco from Pompeii 45-79 AD at the National Archaeological Museum, Naples
hadrian6: funerary lebes kalpe. 350.BC national museum of Athens. Greece http://hadrian6.tumblr.com
Funerary relief of a richly adorned loutrophoros. On display in the Room of the so-called "Monuments for the Metics" - Archaeological Museum of Piraeus
Marble grave stele of Antigenes | Greek, Attic | Archaic | The Met
Upper part of a grave stele: seated sphinx (sphinx and capital). Greek. Archaic…