Marble statue of a Nereid or Aura on horseback, from the temple of Asklepios at Epidauros, Peloponnese ca. 380 BC. Statue of a Nereid or Aura on horseback, made of Pentelic marble. This was the right akroterion on the west pediment of the temple of Asklepios at Epidauros, Peloponnese. The goddess is depicted riding a horse, which is rising from the Ocean. Work of the sculptor Timotheos.
Female figurine. Marble. Early Cycladic II Period (ca. 2800 – 2300 B.C.)
Detail from the statue of the "Piraeus Apollo" in the Archaeological Museum of Piraeus (Athens). This is an archaic-style bronze (ranking among the very few such bronzes survived till us) dating from the 6th century BC, possibily from the years 530/520s BC.