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Incense burner supported by Nike (WInged Goddess of Victory) Greek, 500 B.C.The J. Paul Getty Museum
Flying Nike (Victory). Greek, East Greek, Hellenistic Period, 2nd century B.C. Statuette of flying Nike (Victory). She is looking to the right. She has her left arm extended. She is wearing a transparent high-belted, sleeveless chiton, which leaves her right breast and left leg uncovered. She has her hair in flat waves ,with a ribbed crown (stephane).
ca. 360-340 BCE. Greek gold coin (stater) of Laurel-Wreathed Zeus. Lampsacus, Mysie (ancient Turkey). The Mysians were related to the Lydians.
Europa and Zeus In Greek mythology, Europa was a Phoenician woman of high lineage, and Zeus was so enamored of her beauty that he changed into a bull and carried her off into Crete. The coin: A Greek Stater from Gortyna, Crete c. 320-270 BC Obverse: Europa seated in a tree, head resting on her left hand. Reverse: a bull standing right, head reverted.