Numerous statues survive of a Black Artemis , like this Roman copy of the original Ephesian goddess in the Musei Capitolini. Late copies also adopt the mural (city walls) crown popular in the Hellenistic period. It was originally an attribute of Syrian Tyche, goddess of Fortune.
Flying Nike (Victory). Greek, East Greek, Hellenistic Period, 2nd century B.C. Statuette of flying Nike (Victory). She is looking to the right. 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 double fillet. The statuette has two wing-holes and a small hang-hole.