Omphale and Heracles marble statuette Omphale, the Lydian queen is nude. In an inversion of their roles, she holds his club and wears his lion skin while Heracles wears a snood and a dress belted with a Heracles knot, carrying a spindle topped with yarn. 1st century CE copy of a Roman original of the late 1st century BCE. Naples, National Archaeological Museum
Statuary group of the Tyrannicides. Detail: Harmodius. Roman copy of the 2nd century CE after a Kritios and Nesiotes model of 477—476 BCE. Inv. No. 6010. Naples, National Archaeological Museum. (Photo by I. Sh.).
Artemision Bronze, thought to be either Poseidon or Zeus, c. 460 BCE, National Archaeological Museum, Athens. Found by fishermen off the coast of Cape Artemisium in 1928. The figure is more than 2 m in height.Netuno19b - Ancient Greek sculpture -