Masque d'or dit « d'Agamemnon », (-XVIe siècle, cercle A des tombes), découvert dans la tombe qui porte son nom. AGAMEMNON, roi de MYCENES et héros grec, assume le commandement de l'armée achéenne durant la guerre de Troie.
Bust of Pericles bearing the inscription “Pericles, son of Xanthippus, Athenian”. Marble, Roman copy after a Greek original from ca. 430 BC
Pallas Athene the Greek goddess of wisdom and courage was a daughter of Zeus. He suffered a terrible headache, so called upon the blacksmith god Hephaestus to bring him a radical cure. With a single swing of his mighty axe, Hephaestus cleaved open the head of Zeus, whereupon with a loud cry sprang forth Pallas Athene - fully grown and armed.
Statue of Ares, so called "The Borghese Ares" - Roman copy of a lost Greek bronze original created in 5th century BC, now at the Louvre Museum, Paris
"The Artemision Bronze" -- Thought to represent either Poseidon or Zeus -- Greek -- Circa 460 BCE -- Belonging to The National Archaeological Museum -- Athens, Greece
Head of Ares - after Greek original by Alkamenes 420 B.C, at the State Hermitage Museum, Saint-Petersburg
Caryatid from the Erechtheion in Athens. Marble, Greek artwork, ca. 420 BC.