Figurine de cheval en bronze, 750 - 725 av. J.-C., Staatliche Museen Antikenabteilung, Berlin)
7th century BC ivory figurine of a kneeling youth, probably part of a musical instrument. Archaeological Museum of Vathi on Samos (Greece)
statuette du culte de Dréros, temple d'Apollon, Crète, bois plaqué de bronze, vers 700, 0,40m de haut, Héraclion musée archéo
Greek Geometric period statue of a hero and a centaur, from Olympia, c 750 BC. This could be Chiron with a pupil hero, as his fore-body has human legs and feet, but this is a very early image and the more human depiction of Chiron, compared with the untamed centaur type
Athénien : aspect rectiligne et jeux entre horizontales et verticales.
Apollo di Mantiklos -autore sconosciuto - VII sec. a.C. -statuetta votiva di bronzo -dal sito di Tebe, Grecia -conservatao nel Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. immagine da Museum of Fine Arts di Boston
Olpe Chigi - 640 a.C. ca - ceramica policroma; sono presenti integrazioni conservative - Veio, necropoli - Villa Giulia, Roma, Museo Nazionale Etrusco
Mycenaean Greek, around 1300-1200 BC. A ritual pouring vessel in the shape of a bull’s head. The bull’s head was one of the most popular forms of a ritual sprinkler or libation, with small holes in the mouth to allow the liquid to flow through. This would have been used as part of a religious ritual to give offerings to gods. British Museum, London
Illustration of a red-haired woman wearing a large hat, an ankle-length yellow dress, and high heels. She is holding a long baton or swagger stick and leaning against a film projector. A gramophone sits at her feet. The top of the illustration reads "Phono-Cinéma-Théâtre". Text to the left of the woman reads "Visions Animées des Artistes Celèbres", followed by a list of performers.