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
Bas-relief in Persepolis - a symbol of the Zoroastrian Nowruz - the day of the spring equinox when the power of the eternally fighting bull (personifying the Earth), and the lion (personifying the Sun), are equal.
A MONUMENTAL BULL PROTOME H. 22.5 cm. Bronze Urartu, 8th-7th cent. B.C.
Tang Dynasy (618-907) - Large painted pottery figure of a prancing horse
Uruk Copper Vessel in the Form of a Hedgehog, of Fine Style, Late Period