Sculpture / -200 to -100

Votive relief stele to Apollo and Cybele

Relief, Marvel (80 x 39.5 cm)

120 B.C., approximately

In the scene below a girl dances to the music of two aulos-players. On the right, slaves draw wine from vases for the drinking party (symposium) pictured above.


Location: Greece, Athens, National Archaeological Museum

Figurine of a dancing woman

Sculpture in terracotta with traces of polychrome painting (44.5 x 12.1 cm)

150 B.C., approximately

Found in Centuripe, Sicily, Italy

Location: U.S.A., California, San Francisco, Fine Arts Museums.

Print from a marble relief sculpture

200 B.C., approximately


Location: BSA

Maenad dancing


200 B.C., approximately

Copy from an Ancient Greek original

Location: Greece, Athens, collection Alkis Raftis

Two women dancing – Fragment

Sculpture, relief, Marvel

200 B.C., approximately


Location: U.K., Oxford, Asmolean Museum

Veiled and masked woman dancing

Sculpture, statuette, bronze (20.5 cm height)

200 B.C., approximately


Location: U.S.A., New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Female dancer

Sculpture, marble

200 B.C.  Approximately


Location: France, Nimes, Musée de la Maison Carrée

Dionysiac procession with dancers and flutist on a sarcophagus

Sculpture, marble relief

200 B.C.  Approximately

210 x 190 x 90 cm


Location: Libya, Cyrene, Museum

Bronze statuette of a satyr dancing. Hellenistic Greek, 2nd century B.C.

Sculpture, statuette, bronze

6.6 cm height

150 B.C.  Approximately


Location: U.S.A., New York, Metropolitan Museum, 09.221.23

Similar to the statuette in the National Museum of Naples. The spirit of mirth is admirably represented in the laughing face.

Ancient Greece

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