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A Greek Protome of a Bull Greek 400 BCE-300 BCE

Protomes are adornments, usually in the form of an animal or human bust, which are found throughout antiquity as a type of aesthetic detail that many individuals of wealth and power would use in the decoration of their homes.

Ram's Head Cup | Eastern Mediterranean, Greek, circa 350-300 B.C. Furnishings; Serviceware Ceramic with red pigment 5 1/4 in. (13.34 cm)

Ram's Head Cup | Eastern Mediterranean, Greek, circa 350-300 B.C. Furnishings; Serviceware Ceramic with red pigment 5 1/4 in. (13.34 cm)

Fictile acroterium (architectural ornament) representing Pegasus (450/430 BC). In Città Del Vaticano, Vatican Museums, Etruscan Museum

Etruscan Fictile acroterium (architectural ornament) representing Pegasus, B.C Artwork-location: Città Del Vaticano, Vatican Museums, Etruscan Museum

Statue of a Crocodile with the head of a Falcon Greco-Roman Egypt/ Late Period 400-250 BC This may represent the god Horus the Elder, who is occasionally shown with a falcon head and a crocodile body, or a combination of the crocodile-god Sobek with the sun-god Re. A crowning element once completed the work. Source: The Walters Art Museum

Statue of a Crocodile with the head of a Falcon Greco-Roman Egypt/ Late Period BC This may represent the god Horus the Elder, who is occasionally shown with a falcon head and a crocodile body,.