Tanagra Figure of Aphrodite with Two Cupids, 400 B.C. Sculpture; Ceramic, Terracotta, Height: 16 5/8 in. (42.23 cm)

Tanagra Figure of Aphrodite with Tanagra figure of Aphrodite with Eros - found Hellas, about 400 B. now at the Los Angeles County Art Museum Greece, Sculpture Terracotta Height: 16 in.

Figurine of Isis-Aphrodite anasyr(o)mene ("revealing the womb").Greek, East Greek,Hellenistic Period,3rd–2nd century B.C.In Hellenistic and Roman times,Aphrodite's identity was often fused with those of Egyptian fertility goddesses:Isis, Hathor and Bubastis.This figurine represents Isis-Aphrodite anasyromene or Isis-Bubastis.She lifts her short-sleeved tunic to reveal pubic area and wears elaborate kalathos-shaped headdress,reminiscent of those worn by Cypriot Aphrodite.

Figurine of Isis-Aphrodite (“revealing the womb”)Greek, East Greek Hellenistic Period century B.) Terracotta In Hellenistic and Roman times,.

Egyptian Woman and Child, terracotta, Before 3200 BCE, Memorial Art Gallery Collection

Unknown, Egyptian Woman and Child, Before 3200 BCE Egyptian Ceramics Memorial Art Gallery

Demeter standing with Persephone sitting on Her left - Antiquities from the Erlenmeyer Collection, Sotheby's, London

Demeter standing with Persephone sitting on Her left shoulder and clasping Her daughter’s arm, and wearing a chiton with double overfold, and himation -at Sotheby’s, London

STATUETTE DE GARÇON. Statuette représentant un jeune garçon debout, entièrement enveloppé dans un himation. Terre cuite polychrome. Cassures aux pieds. Art Hellénistique, IIIe siècle av. J.-C. H_15 cm

STATUETTE DE GARÇON. Statuette représentant un jeune garçon debout, entièrement enveloppé dans un himation. Terre cuite polychrome. Cassures aux pieds. Art Hellénistique, IIIe siècle av. J.-C. H_15 cm

Terracotta Plaque with Perseus and Medusa, 490-470 BC‘Melian relief’ plaque with Perseus on a horse holding Medusa’s severed head. From her neck springs her child, Chrysaor. Found in Milos (Melos), Cyclades. Chrysaor (Khrysaor) was a son of the...

ancientpeoples: Terracotta relief plaque (‘Melian relief’) with Perseus holding Medusa’s severed head. From her neck springs a naked child, Chrysaor Classical Greek BC Found: Melos Source: British Museum

Serapis (Σέραπις, Attic/Ionian Greek) or Sarapis (Σάραπις, Dorian Greek) is a Graeco-Egyptian god. Serapis was devised during the 3rd century BC on the orders of Ptolemy I of Egypt[1] as a means to unify the Greeks and Egyptians in his realm. The god was depicted as Greek in appearance, but with Egyptian trappings, and combined iconography from a great many cults, signifying both abundance and resurrection.

Serapis (Σέραπις, Attic/Ionian Greek) or Sarapis (Σάραπις, Doric Greek) is a Graeco-Egyptian god. The cult of Serapis was introduced during the century BC

Terracotta statuette of dancing Aphrodite with Eros - Period: Classical; Date: early 4th century B.C.; Culture: Greek, perhaps Corinthian; Medium: Terracotta; Dimensions: H. 4 15/16 in. (12.6 cm); Classification: Terracottas; Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1906; Accession Number: 06.1069 - Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA.

Terracotta statuette of dancing Aphrodite with Eros Period: Classical Date: early century B. Culture: Greek, perhaps Corinthian Medium: Terracotta ;

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