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A ROMAN MARBLE FIGURE OF HYGIEIA CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D.

Funerary relief entitled The Death of Meleager Roman 2nd century CE Marble. Louvre Museum.

Figurine d'Eros musicien. Eros dionysiaque tenant la cithare et le plectre (stylet pour pincer les cordes) Hellénistique (tardif) : 4e quart 2e siècle av J.-C. // découverte : Myrina (site) (origine). Paris, musée du Louvre

Glass perfume bottle 1st century A.D. Roman

Zeus' head from the Via San Leonardo Temple, polychrome terracotta work. 5th century BCE. Orvieto, Museo Claudio Faina (Archaeological Museum), Etruscan art.

Bas relief of the Nymphs of Nitrodi.  Center one is holding a shell to receive and distribute water.  The two on the sides hold water vessels.

Ceres, Goddess of Agriculture and Fertility

Male head, Roman civilization, Rome, ca. 1st century BC-1st century AD.

A ROMAN MARBLE FORTUNA CIRCA 1ST-2ND CENTURY A.D. Depicted seated on a high back throne with tasselled cushion, holding a laden cornucopia in the crook of her left arm, a patera in her right hand, wearing a belted chiton with buttons along the right sleeve which is falling off her right shoulder, a himation draped around her waist and lower body, wearing a veil and crescent diadem, the throne decorated with rudder and ball on the right side and wheel on the left side

Roman bronze balsamarium, probably Antinous. 2nd century A.D.