Sculpture of Aphrodite repelling Pan with help of Eros carved in white marble. It's from c. 100 BC, Hellenistic era. National Archaeological Museum.Athens, Greece-museum-145

Aphrodite Eros and Pan Sculptural group with Aphrodite repelling Pan with her sandal and the help of Eros. Paros in the Hellenistic Era (circa 100 BCE).

Bronze footbath with 3 legged stand [Greek] (38.11.5a,b) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bronze footbath with stand [Greek] This elegant footbath has a low, broad bowl with a delicate overhanging lip decorated with small beads and a pattern of narrow tongues around the outer edge.

Oracle at Delphi-worshipped Apollo god of light. Famous for oracular powers of Pythia, priestess who saw the future. Philip II and son Alexander consulted the oracle. Located on the SW spur of Mount Parnassus in the valley of Phocis.apollo-temple23.jpg 380×400 pixels

Oracle at Delphi-worshipped Apollo god of light. Famous for oracular powers of Pythia, priestess who saw the future. Philip II and son Alexander consulted the oracle. Located on the SW spur of Mount Parnassus in the valley of pixels

Sphinx of Naxos sitting on Ionic column. Mythical monster with head of women, breast of bird, and body of lion. c. 560 BC. Delphi Museum.DSC00562.jpg 300×400 pixels

Sphinx of Naxos sitting on Ionic column. Mythical monster with head of women, breast of bird, and body of lion.

Sarcophagus lid [Klazomenian] (21.169.1) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Sarcophagus lid, century b. Klazomenian Terracotta from Eastern Greek, Asia Minor area of Old Smyrna.

Three-bodied snake sculpture from the corner of large temple (Old Temple). Painted in red, green, and blue. Limestone. From 550-540 c. BC. Acropolis Museum.109_0912_jpg.jpg 400×169 pixels

Three-bodied snake sculpture from the corner of large temple (Old Temple). Painted in red, green, and blue.

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The is the Kore, young women, statue, used for memorials. It is from the Acropolis Museum109_0986b_jpg.jpg 300×400 pixels

The Kore or Korai figures were usually used to depict women figures always of a young age. This particular Kore is made of Marble, and was created in 500 BCE. The creator is unknown and it is currently owned by the Acropolis Museum.

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