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    Greek, Gold stater of Cyrene, North Africa, c.322-308 BC (source). On the obverse is Nike driving a quadringa, and on the reverse is Zeus Ammon

    Greek, Dekadrachm of Syracuse, c.470-465 BC. On one side is the head of Arethusa surrounded by dolphins, on the other a charioteer driving a quadriga with Nike flying above and a lion below. | © 2014 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

    Earring - Greek, Northern Greek about 350–325 B.C.

    Incense burner supported by Nike (WInged Goddess of Victory) Greek, 500 B.C.The J. Paul Getty Museum

    Statuette of Nike (personification of victory), late 5th century b.c.; Classical Greek Terracotta


    Gold head of a pin with the figure of Nike (Victory) Period: Early Imperial Date: 1st century A.D. Culture: Roman Medium: Gold

    Bronze statuette of an artisan with silver eyes Greek Late Hellenistic mid-1st century BCE said to be from North Africa possibly Cherchell Algeria (1)

    Neolithic beads

    A red-figure patera with a biga driven by Nike, Greek 330 B.C.

    Lydian gold ring with winged Nike holding a wreath C. 500B.C

    Syracusan Tetradrachma

    Candelabrum base decorated with figures of Goddes Nike - from Greco-Roman imperial period, circa 50 BC- 50 AD.

    A Lucanian Red-Figured Bell Krater, Attributed to the Pisticci Painter, Circa 440-430 B.C.

    Nike (Victory) Adjusting Her Sandal, Ancient Greek, Fragment of the relief decoration from the parapet (now destroyed), Temple of Athena Nike, Acropolis, Athens. Marble, last quarter of the 5th century.

    Nike - Greek myth: the titan goddess of victory. She was the daughter of Pallas and Styx. She stayed by Zeus's throne at all times along with her siblings Zelus, Kratos, and Bia.

    attributed to the Pan Painter Fragment from a red-figure lekythos: flying Nike, ca. 480 – 470 B.C.

    Flying Nike (Victory). Greek, East Greek, Hellenistic Period, 2nd century B.C. Statuette of flying Nike (Victory). She is looking to the right. She has her left arm extended. 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 ribbed crown (stephane).

    Winged Nike (Victoria), Hellenistic statuette (terracotta), 2nd century BC, (Musée du Louvre, Paris).

    Africa | A gold Ashante mask, photographed at the Bolgatanga Museum ~ Upper Eastern Region of Ghana

    Albigrawia -sudan