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Ten marble fragments of the Great Eleusinian Relief, Early Imperial, Augustan ca. 27 B.C.–A.D. 14 Roman

Ten marble fragments of the Great Eleusinian Relief Period: Early Imperial, Augustan Date: ca. 14 Culture: Roman Medium: Marble Dimensions: H.

Ten marble fragments of the Great Eleusinian Relief Period: Early Imperial, Augustan Date: ca. 27 B.C.–A.D. 14 Culture: Roman Medium: Marble Dimensions: H. 89 3/8 in. (227 cm) Classification: Stone Sculpture Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1914 Accession Number: 14.130.9

Fragments of the Great Eleusinian Relief, 27 a. Augustan Fragments of a Roman copy set in a plaster cast of the original Greek marble relief, ca. Marble The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Sebasteion, nymphs with the infant Dionysos.    Aphrodisias Museum.

Photo of Roman relief sculpture, Aphrodisias, Turkey, Images of Roman art bas reliefs. Baby Dionysus is handed from one nymph to another for suckling. A bearded Silenos gestures excitedly. The scene is set at Nysa in the Meander Valley, where Zeus had hi

Bronze statuette of Jupiter.  Period:     Mid-Imperial. Date:     2nd half of 2nd century A.D. Culture:     Roman.

Bronze statuette of Jupiter Period: Mid-Imperial Date: half of century A. Culture: Roman Medium: Bronze Dimensions: H.

Figures of Demeter and Persephone - Lower part of a marble relief with two goddesses, Eleusinian Relief, cast of which is displayed nearby, Metropolitan Museum of Ar

Figures of Demeter and Persephone - Lower part of a marble relief with two goddesses, Eleusinian Relief, cast of which is displayed nearby, Metropolitan Museum of Ar

Persephone and Hades in the Underworld Marble relief, 480-450 BC Museo Nazionale, Reggio Calabria (Italy)

Persephone holding grain and Hades in the Underworld Marble relief, Museo Nazionale, Reggio Calabria Italy.

Votive relief statue of Hecate - circa 2nd-3rd c. AD - at the Varna Archaeological Museum

Votive relief statue of Hecate - circa c. AD - at the Varna Archaeological Museum

Funerary stele, Greek relief (marble), 4th century BC, (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York).

Marble funerary stele, Greek relief, century BC, (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York).

Terracotta Relief of Persephone (daughter of Zeus and Demeter; made queen of the underworld by Pluto in ancient Greek mythology) Seated on a Throne Receiving Dionysus.

Locri terracotta plaque, pinax, B. Greek terracotta votive plaque from Locri Epizefiri pinakes, Persephone seated on a throne receiving Dionysus.

Relief of wheatsheef carved on lintel, symbol of Demeter, 1st century AD, Eleusis, Greece.

Relief of wheatsheef carved on lintel, symbol of Demeter, century AD, Eleusis, Greece

Demeter (Ceres), Greek relief (marble), 4th century BC, (Archeological Museum, Istanbul).

statue of Demeter - Greek relief marble, century BC, at the Archeological Museum, Istanbul

statue of Demeter - Roman period 2th century CE, now Bardo Museum

statue of Demeter with serpent wrapped around her staff - Roman period century CE, now at the Bardo Museum

Venus, syncretic statue showing the goddess with a snake on one side, Eros on the other, holding an egg in her right hand and wearing the Venus top-knot. Ancient Roman, made in Turkey 200 A.D.

Venus, syncretic statue showing the goddess with a snake on one side, Eros on the other, holding an egg in her right hand and wearing the Venus top-knot. Ancient Roman, made in Turkey 200 A.