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Reliefs of a provocateur and of gladiatorial combat, 3rd century A.D. from Ephesus (Turkey), Neues Museum, Berlin.

Marble funerary lekythos of Aristomache Period: Late Classical Date: ca. 375–350 B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic. | © 2000–2014 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Reliefs of a provocateur and of gladiatorial combat, 3rd century AD, from Ephesus (Turkey), Neues Museum, Berlin.

Roman funerary relief of a woman and daughter, from Syria (1st century CE) -- The Greek inscription reads: "Mimia, too soon, farewell; Koartilla farewell" The mother wears native Mesopotamian costume; the daughter holds a wreath and wears fashionable Roman jewelry. On display at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Marble votive relief in the shape of a cave, from Sparta (Laconia) or Megalopolis (Arcadia) 330-320 BC.

Marble stele (grave marker) of Lysistrate Period: Late Classical Date: ca. 350–325 B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic

Anatomical Votive Marble Found near the Pnyx in Athens 2nd/3rd Century AD Roman Marble votive relief with eyes. It was dedicated to Zeus, and placed in the shrine by one Philomation, either in the hope of preventing eye disease or a thank-offering for a cure. Source: British Museum

Alliance between Athens and Corcyra (Corfu) - A decree recording the conditions of the alliance signed between Athens and Corcyra in order to face their common enemy, Sparta. On the relief, the Demos of the Athenians converses with the personification of Corcyra in the presence of the Goddess Athena. 376/5 BC | Acropolis Museum