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Head of  Greek: Artemis/ Roman: Diana, 600-575 BC Greece, late 6th Century BC  terracotta

Head of Greek: Artemis/ Roman: Diana, 600-575 BC Greece, late 6th Century BC terracotta

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Head of Artemis, 600-575 BC Greece, late 6th Century BC  terracotta

Head of Artemis, 600-575 BC Greece, late 6th Century BC terracotta

A HELLENISTIC TERRACOTTA ROUNDEL WITH PORTRAIT HEAD OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT IN HIGH RELIEF  3RD CENTURY B.C.   The deified ruler shown in classic pose with head turned upwards and slightly back to his right, his gaze held aloft, his face sensitively modelled with full mouth, arched and furrowed brow framed by long flowing locks, mounted

A HELLENISTIC TERRACOTTA ROUNDEL WITH PORTRAIT HEAD OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT IN HIGH RELIEF 3RD CENTURY B.C. The deified ruler shown in classic pose with head turned upwards and slightly back to his right, his gaze held aloft, his face sensitively modelled with full mouth, arched and furrowed brow framed by long flowing locks, mounted

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roundel with Alexander-Helios, Greek, Hellenistic Period, gilt silver, 4 3/4 inches in diameter, circa late 4th Century B.C.  The Ancient Jewelry auction at Christies Dec. 13, 2002 is highlighted by a smashing Greek gilt silver roundel of Alexander-Helios, a delightful Egyptian rock crystal amulet of Thoeris, a beautiful Neo-Babylonian head of a hippopotamus, and many fine rings and necklaces.

roundel with Alexander-Helios, Greek, Hellenistic Period, gilt silver, 4 3/4 inches in diameter, circa late 4th Century B.C. The Ancient Jewelry auction at Christies Dec. 13, 2002 is highlighted by a smashing Greek gilt silver roundel of Alexander-Helios, a delightful Egyptian rock crystal amulet of Thoeris, a beautiful Neo-Babylonian head of a hippopotamus, and many fine rings and necklaces.

Perfume jar (balsamarium) in the shape of female head (Aphrodite / Turan?) | MFA for Educators

Perfume jar (balsamarium) in the shape of female head (Aphrodite / Turan?) | MFA for Educators

Fragment of a Goat's Head | Cleveland Museum of Art

Fragment of a Goat's Head | Cleveland Museum of Art

Greek terracotta lion attacking a bull, Sicily, Archaic Period, circa 550-500 B.C.

Greek terracotta lion attacking a bull, Sicily, Archaic Period, circa 550-500 B.C.

Polychrome terracotta head of Zeus. Etruscan civilization, 5th century b.C. Polychrome terracotta head of Zeus. Artwork-location: Orvieto, Museo Claudio Faina (Archaeological Museum)

Polychrome terracotta head of Zeus. Etruscan civilization, 5th century b.C. Polychrome terracotta head of Zeus. Artwork-location: Orvieto, Museo Claudio Faina (Archaeological Museum)

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