This marble Statue of Eirene is a Roman copy of a Greek bronze originally made in the fourth century B.C. Eirene is the Greek personification of peace. The statue is wearing a peplos which is a heavy, woolen garment formed by folding a large rectangle of cloth in half and attaching it at the shoulders.
Statue of the goddess Demeter. Marble, Roman copy after a Greek original from ca. 420 BC.
Statuette of a Personification of a City, 300–500 Late Roman or Byzantine. Tyche, the personification of chance or fortune, was also understood as the protector of cities. Here, Tyche sits on a low throne. Wearing a mural crown, chiton, and peplos, she holds a cornucopia in her left hand. She extends her right hand, which held a now-missing attribute, possibly a staff. It is difficult to identify which city is represented by the statuette.