The ears are over-sized and should lie back with the opening to the front. The horns should lie close to the sides of the head, as the re-worked fleece indicates. The eyelids have been patched with plaster. Eyes Inserted. Scientific Analysis: University of South Florida Lab No. 8402: Isotope ratios - delta13C +5.1 / delta18O -3.5, Attribution - Paros 1. Justification - C and O isotopes, medium grain. Ram's head. Greek, Late Classical Period, prob. 4th C. BCE
4th C. B.C.E. Athena of Piraeus" over life-size bronze statue wearing a heavy Peplos and Corintinian helmet is a power image Yet- Her gentle expression, her relaxed contrapposto stance and extended arm shows a new air of approachability not seen in the archaic period. Classical period, Greece
Pisistratus, the tyrant of Athens during the last half-century of the Post-Classical period, died shortly after he had instituted the City Dionysia. His sons inherited his power but, not having their father's sense of creating coalitions, were forcibly removed from power soon after 512 BCE. It is not clear what happened next, but it must be in these years of unrest and disorder (510-508 BCE) that democracy first emerged in Athens.
Tetradrachm of Messana with biga of mules - Greek Period Classical Period | 430–396 B.C. | Reverse: Hare leaping right; below, dolphin to right, horizontally; border of dots. Inscription in Greek around.