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    Olympic wrestling in the nude.

    A 'nymph' or goddess found in the ancient Roman spa of Allianoi, Turkey. The healing waters flowed from her womb....

    The Moschophoros (calf-bearer). Archaic statue of a bearded man carrying a calf on his shoulders. The eyes of the figure were inset. According to the inscription on the base, it was offered by Rhombos. Dated to 570 B.C.

    Greek sculpture Zeus

    hellenistic greek sculpture dated to around 330 b.c.

    Muse Plaque - from Attica religion, Ancient Greek, circa 5th-4th century B.C.

    'Adoration of the Shepherds' marble sculpture by Giovanni Battista Foggini

    Sport trophy sculptures made from wire, foil and plaster wrap. Perfect as an Olympics...ancient Greece art/sports tie in # Pin++ for Pinterest #

    Ancient Greek Olympics ( 776 bc or before) a vase depicting a medal winner

    Ancient Greek pot

    Michelangelo. Slave

    Roman frescoes recovered from Stabiae 1st century BCE - 1st century CE

    Greek Gods

    Slave Michelangelo. Paris, Louvre.

    Funerary stele of an ancient greek soldier (hoplite), named Aristion. Arkaisk stil

    Round Seal: A priest in prayer before the symbols for Marduk, chief god of Babylon, and Nabu, god of wisdom and writing. Neo-Babylonian, 7th-6th BCE. Blue glazed clay, 4.5 cm across | Department of Oriental Antiquites, Louvre, Paris, France

    Silenus with infant Dionysus (Bacchus), Roman statue (marble) copy of Greek original from school of Lysippus, 2nd century AD, (original 4th c. BC), (Museo Chiaramonti, Musei Vaticani, Vatican City).

    Marble relief of a horseman. Period: Late Hellenistic. Date: 1st century B.C. Culture: Greek. Medium: Marble, Parian ?.

    Hera was the wife and one of three sisters of Zeus in the Olympian pantheon of Greek mythology and religion. Her chief function was as the goddess of women and marriage. Her counterpart in the religion of ancient Rome was Juno. The cow and the peacock were sacred to her. Hera's mother was Rhea and her father Cronus.

    Marcus Aurelius, Fragment of a bronze portrait. Roman, after 170 CE. Louvre.

    Marble statue of a youthful Hercules. Period: Early Imperial, Flavian. Date: 69–96 A.D. Culture: Roman. Medium: Marble, Island ?