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Earring with Nike driving a two-horse chariot Greek, Northern Greek, Late Classical or Early Hellenistic Period, about 350–325 B.C
Incense burner supported by Nike (WInged Goddess of Victory) Greek, 500 B.C.The J. Paul Getty Museum
Statuette of Nike (personification of victory), late 5th century b.c.; Classical Greek Terracotta
Nike (Victory) Adjusting Her Sandal, Ancient Greek, Fragment of the relief decoration from the parapet (now destroyed), Temple of Athena Nike, Acropolis, Athens. Marble, last quarter of the 5th century.
A Roman red slip ware plastic head jug North Africa, circa 300-350 A.D. The female head modelled in relief with wavy, centrally parted hair tied at the back in a chignon, with full lips and delicate features, the short flaring neck emerging from the top of the head, with ridged strap handle at the back, 7¾in (19.5cm) high