Lykia, Xanthos, Sea-Nymph from the monumental tomb of Erbinna, BC The sea-breezes ruffle the tunic and mantle of this figure as she is carried over the waves by the small sea bird which can be seen at her feet.
AN ETRUSCAN BRONZE FIGURE OF A YOUTH circa b. With a large head with incised center-parted hair combed in front of the prominent ears, the youthful face with large almond-shaped eyes, long straight nose and small mouth, the long neck flattening
Julia Mamaea: NY Met Roman marble portrait of Julia Mamaea, mother of the future emperor Alexander Severus (who ruled Rome from CE/A. She was the niece of Julia Domna. This portrait is in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (inv.