Hydra fighting Heracles, Paestan black-figure hydra, ca.6th BC | J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu (Paestan vase painting was a style of vase painting associated with Paestum, a Campanian city in Italy founded by Greek colonists. Paestan vase painting is one of five regional styles of South Italian red-figure vase painting.)
Late Iron Age or very early Roman bronze figurine of a boar. The boar was an important symbol in both Celtic and Classical mythology, and is known on the Lincolnshire Witham shield and on silver Iron Age coinage. This realistic free-standing statuette was probably made as a votive offering. Found at Rothwell Top.
Clay relief plaque. Berlin Antikensammlung.In mythology the son of Ares and Althaea. He leads the team of heroes against the Calydonian Boar, and kills it. He awards the spoils to Atalanta, to the annoyance of his uncles. They persuade Althaea to destroy the firebrand on which his life depended. He appears in art mainly in the Boar hunt, and with Atalanta, or dying.