Funerary stele for Eupheros, portraied as an ephebe athlete, holding a strigil. Around 420 BC.
Exhibited at the Kerameikos Archaeological Museum (Athens). Picture by Giovanni Dall'Orto, November 12 2009.
Anonymous funerary stele for a woman, holding a mirror. Around 425/400 BC.
Exhibited at the Kerameikos Archaeological Museum (Athens). Picture byGiovanni Dall'Orto, November 12 2009.
Achilles tending the wounded Patroclus (Attic red-figure kylix, ca. 500 BC)
Kleobis and Biton, kouroi of the Archaic period, c. 580 BCE.
Demetria and Pamphile-(Funerary Stele), Athens, 4th c. BC. Kerameikos Archaeological Museum in Athens.
6th c. BC representation of an animal sacrifice scene in Corinth.
One of the Pitsa panels, the only surviving panel paintings from Archaic Greece.
So-called "Mycenean lady". Fresco, 13th century BC. From the acropolis at Mycenae.
Mycenaean Woman (Fresco) ca. 1300 BC
Maenad and satyr. Side A from an Attic red-figure Nikosthenic amphora, ca. 525–515 BC.
Medea killing one of her sons. Side A from a Campanian (Capouan) red-figure neck-amphora, ca. 330 BC. From Cumae. Ixion Painter
Roman Seated Zeus, marble and bronze (restored),
following the type established by Phidias (Hermitage Museum).
“about 13 m (42 ft) tall”