"Charioteer of Delphi" - Sanctuary of Apollo- primarily bronze w/copper eye-lashes & lips/ silver headband/ onyx eyes. ca 478 or 474 BC. Gifted by Polyzalos, tyrant of Gela in Sicily. -- Archaeology Museum of Delphi
A Late Hellenistic Terracotta Head of a Grotesque with a Top-knot, Exceptionally Fine Style. 1 Century BC-1st Century AD. In late Hellenism genre sculpture developed. The range of subjects including not only dwarves and individuals with unusual faces or deformed bodies, but also comic characters draw from the theatre as well as fishermen and Nubians emerged.
Bronze portrait of a man, identified as M. Agrippa Period: Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian Date: early century A. Culture: Roman Medium: Bronze Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Bronzes Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1914 Accession Number: