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A Horse and Rider H. 32.2 cm. L. 26 cm. Clay, polychromy. Western Greek, probably Canosa, ca. 300 B.C.
Two Fragments of Horses' Heads Etruscan, late 6th cent. B.C. Coarse, red clay, black, white, red and blue paint, H. 9.3 cm and H. 13 cm
A Fragment of a Reclining Woman L. 13 cm. Clay, light grey and black-grey paint. East Greek, late 6th cent. B.C.
A Strigilated Sarcophagus H. 62 cm, D. 201.5 cm, W. 67 cm. Grey veined marble. Roman Imperial Period, 1st half of 3rd cent. A.D. and early 4th
A Statuette of a Standing Monkey Egyptian, Ptolemaic, 4th - 1st cent. B.C. Clay, reddish brown and white coating, H. 5.8 cm
A Rare Female Idol of the Louros Type ca. 3200-2700 B.C. Early Cycladic I Fine-grained marble. H. 18.5 cm
A Left Lower Arm of a Bronze Statuette L. 21.5 cm. Bronze (hollow-cast). Eastern Mediterranean, Roman, 2nd-4th cent. A.D.
A Rare Celtic Head with Horns (possibly the God Cernunnos) Celtic (British Isles), 2nd cent. B.C.-2nd. cent. A.D. or later Stone (probably limestone), H. 19.1 cm. W. 12.5 cm. D. 12 cm
A Rare Pre-canonical Cycladic Idol 3200-2500 B.C. Early Cycladic I/beginning of Early Cycladic II Marble. H. 17.8 cm
An Early Classical Head of a Herm H. 25 cm. White, fine-grained marble. Greek, probably Attic, ca. 460-450 B.C.
An Archaistic Head of a Youth, possibly Apollo H. 25.5 cm. Marble. Roman, late 1st cent. B.C.-1st cent. A.D.
Upper Part of a Female Statuette H. 10.3 cm. W. 6 cm. Terracotta, polychromy. Ptolemaic, 3rd cent. B.C.
A Grave Stele Surmounted by an Anthemion H. 85.5 cm, D. 34 cm, W. 12 cm. Marble. Greek, 1st half of 4th cent. B.C.
A Private Portrait Head of a Man H. 25 cm. Marble. Roman, 2nd half of 1st cent. B.C.-early 1st cent. A.D.
A Statuette of a Recumbent Sphinx Late Hellenistic or Roman, probably Egypt, 1st cent. B.C.-2nd cent. A.D. Bronze, L. 6.3 cm
A Head of a Cycladic Idol, Attributed to the Goulandris Master 2500-2400 B.C. Early Cycladic II, Keros-Syros-Culture Marble. H. 12.2 cm
A Marble Funerary Lekythos with Low Relief Decoration Greek, Attic, late 5th - early 4th cent. B.C. Marble, H. 66 cm; max. width 36 cm