Greek terracotta figurines of the Tanagra type (named for their first find-spot), some with polychromy remaining (see labels). In the Greek galleries of the British Museum, London. Photo Credit: Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities
Marble statue of the Egyptian goddess Isis. The right hand has been restored as that of the goddess Ceres, holding ears of corn, a poppy-head and a date. The left hand holds the situla (pail) carried in processions by worshippers of Isis.
35.- Las Simplégades
Tríptico de las Amazonas por A. von Hildebrand (1847-1921)