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.

Greece

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

Terracotta figure: dancing female, on a small circular plinth; whole covered with greyish glaze

Sculpture, statuette, pottery glazed

29.21 cm height

150 B.C.  Approximately

Made in Canosa di Puglia. Excavated/Findspot: Centuripe

Ancient Greece

Print from a marble relief sculpture

200 B.C., approximately

Greece.

Location: BSA

Maenad dancing

Sculpture

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

Greece

Veiled and masked woman dancing

Sculpture, statuette, bronze (20.5 cm height)

200 B.C., approximately

Greece

Female dancer

Sculpture, marble

200 B.C.  Approximately

Greece

Dionysiac procession with dancers and flutist on a sarcophagus

Sculpture, marble relief

200 B.C.  Approximately

210 x 190 x 90 cm

Greece

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

Sculpture, statuette, bronze

6.6 cm height

150 B.C.  Approximately

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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