Sculpture / -300 to -200
Figurine of a male dancer or acrobat, wearing a helmet-like hat
Statuette in terracotta and clay (23.5 cm height)
225 B.C., approximately
Influence from Asia Minor. The man holds something in his right hand and probably a similar object in his left hand too. Found in Amphipolis, in a cemetery grave.
Location: Greece, Amphipolis, Archaeological Museum
Sculpture on gold
250 B.C., approximately.
Product of a Greek workshop of the Hellenistic period, discovered in the neighbourhood of Menjνbar, Jaén, Spain. Young flutist dancing to the music of his “diavlos” (double flute). An exceptional speciment because it is one of the very few statuettes on Greece.
Location: Spain, Madrid, Museo Làzaro Galdiano
Figurine of a dancing girl looking at her lifted right arm
Statuette in clay and terracotta (20 cm height)
265 B.C., approximately
Found in the grave of a female in Thessaloniki. Mended and partially restored. Draped in a chiton and a short himation, the dancer seems to execute a turn. Greece
Location: Greece, Thessaloniki, Archaeological Museum.