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Nike alighting on a warship (Nike of Samothrace), from Samothrace, Greece, ca. 190 BCE.:

Nike alighting on a warship (Nike of Samothrace), from Samothrace, Greece, ca. 190 BCE.:

Apollo w. kithara is holding a phiale (flat cup) for Nike (Victory) to pour a libation. Between them is a omphalos (i.e. Marble). Roman copy of the late 1st century CE. Pagan i.e. Pre-Christian neo-Attic Hellenistic era by saamiblog, via Flickr

Apollo w. kithara is holding a phiale (flat cup) for Nike (Victory) to pour a libation. Between them is a omphalos (i.e. Marble). Roman copy of the late 1st century CE. Pagan i.e. Pre-Christian neo-Attic Hellenistic era by saamiblog, via Flickr

Lykia, Xanthos, Sea-Nymph from the monumental tomb of Erbinna, c.380 BCE, The British Museum, London.

Lykia, Xanthos, Sea-Nymph from the monumental tomb of Erbinna, c.380 BCE, The British Museum, London.

Terracotta figurine of a woman or goddess possibly from a factory at Greek colony of Taranto 3rd century BCE (2)

Terracotta figurine of a woman or goddess possibly from a factory at Greek colony of Taranto 3rd century BCE (2)

Terracotta Statuette Of Two Girls Playing A Game Called " Ephedrismos." -- 4th-3rd Century BCE -- Greek, Corinthian -- Metropolitan Museum of Art

Terracotta Statuette Of Two Girls Playing A Game Called " Ephedrismos." -- 4th-3rd Century BCE -- Greek, Corinthian -- Metropolitan Museum of Art

A Votive Statue of Kore from a sanctuary in the Valle Ariccia Roman 4th-3rd century BCE (1  Terracotta

A Votive Statue of Kore from a sanctuary in the Valle Ariccia Roman 4th-3rd century BCE (1 Terracotta

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