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Archaic Kore statue, Kore also known as Persephone, she is daughter of Demeter - circa 550-500 BC, from ancient Attica

Archaic Kore statue, Kore also known as Persephone, she is daughter of Demeter - circa 550-500 BC, from ancient Attica

Roman bronze vessel foot: a capricorn or sea goat ROMAN BRONZE VESSEL FOOT: A CAPRICORN OR SEA GOAT With a horned goat protome and the curled tail of a fish. 2nd-3rd Century AD L. 3 1/4 in (8.2 cm.)

Roman bronze vessel foot: a capricorn or sea goat ROMAN BRONZE VESSEL FOOT: A CAPRICORN OR SEA GOAT With a horned goat protome and the curled tail of a fish. 2nd-3rd Century AD L. 3 1/4 in (8.2 cm.)

greek pottery patterns - referencing for pysanky ideas - when you get a chance to teach me @Tracy M

greek pottery patterns - referencing for pysanky ideas - when you get a chance to teach me @Tracy M

Silver Cistophorus of Mark Antony Roman, c.40 BC Minted at Ephesos Showing Mark Antony as the god Dionysos and commemorating his marriage to Octavia. On the reverse Octavia’s bust is shown in the traditional reverse of a cistophorus (a chest with snakes. On the obverse shows Antony in the ivy crown of Dionysos and listing his titles.

Silver Cistophorus of Mark Antony Roman, c.40 BC Minted at Ephesos Showing Mark Antony as the god Dionysos and commemorating his marriage to Octavia. On the reverse Octavia’s bust is shown in the traditional reverse of a cistophorus (a chest with snakes. On the obverse shows Antony in the ivy crown of Dionysos and listing his titles.

Medallion with Roman Emperor Caracalla ca. 215-243 (Imperial Roman)

Medallion with Roman Emperor Caracalla ca. 215-243 (Imperial Roman)

Seleukid Kingdom. Seleukos I Nikator. Gold Stater (8.5 g), 312-281 BC. Babylon I, in the name of Alexander III. Ca. 311-BC. Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet decorated with coiled serpent. Reverse BA-ΣIΛ[EΩΣ] AΛEΞANΔP[OY], Nike standing facing, head left, holding wreath and stylis; in left field, monogram within wreath; in right field, HP monogram. Cf. SC 81.9 (sphinx on helmet)

Seleukid Kingdom. Seleukos I Nikator. Gold Stater (8.5 g), 312-281 BC. Babylon I, in the name of Alexander III. Ca. 311-BC. Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet decorated with coiled serpent. Reverse BA-ΣIΛ[EΩΣ] AΛEΞANΔP[OY], Nike standing facing, head left, holding wreath and stylis; in left field, monogram within wreath; in right field, HP monogram. Cf. SC 81.9 (sphinx on helmet)

Roman Coin, Julia Domna with Sons Geta and Caracalla, c 210 AD. "Felicitas Saeculi" - "Age of Good Fortune".

Roman Coin, Julia Domna with Sons Geta and Caracalla, c 210 AD. "Felicitas Saeculi" - "Age of Good Fortune".

Exequias Aquiles matando a Pentesilea Ceramica arcaica Griega

Exequias Aquiles matando a Pentesilea Ceramica arcaica Griega

Roman cameo glass J. Pierpont Morgan cup (early 1st C) at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY. Photo by Jim Steinhart.

Roman cameo glass J. Pierpont Morgan cup (early 1st C) at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY. Photo by Jim Steinhart.

Bronze pitcher with anthropomorphic handle, from Pompeii, Campania, Italy. Roman civilisation, 1st century BC. Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale

Bronze pitcher with anthropomorphic handle, from Pompeii, Campania, Italy. Roman civilisation, 1st century BC. Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale