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Veiled dancer, ancient Greek terracotta figurine from Myrina, ca. 150–100 BC. Louvre Museum

Courtesan reclines on a couch with a garlanded male who lifts her robe and is about to kiss her. Painted terracotta mold figurine from Greek Asia Minor, Myrina, late 2-1 century BCE. New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Danseuses. Titre anglais : terracotta figures of a dancing girl. Période : 2e siècle av J.-C., 3e siècle av J.-C., Grèce antique (période). Lieu de découverte : Centuripe (origine). Royaume-Uni, Londres, British Museum

Terracotta statuette of two lovers on a couch Greek Asia Minor Myrina 2nd-1st century BCE

Ariane assise sur un rocher. Milieu 2e siècle av J.-C. Paris, musée du Louvre

SATYR AND MAENAD / FROM SATRICUM. Etruscan, late Archaic, c. 490 BC. Antefix with Satyr and Maenad. Terracotta, height c. 59cm. From: Temple of Mater Matuta in Satricum (Conca, Latium). Inv. No. 10259

A HELLENISTIC TERRACOTTA FEMALE FIGURE - CANOSAN, CIRCA 3RD CENTURY B.C.

Nike phainoméride ("the beautiful thigh") - 175-125 BC. Myrina (Turkey) | Louvre Museum

Persephone with spiraliform diadem - Canosan terracotta, circa 300–250 BC - at the Boston Museum

Vue groupée de quatre statuettes d'Aphrodite du type Génitrix. découverte : Myrina pour les terre cuite et Tartous pour le bronze. Paris, musée du Louvre