A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUITIES
circa 5th century b.c.-2nd century a.d.
Including a Greek terracotta figure of a bull, c. 5th century B.C., his head turned to the left, extensive surviving polychrome; a Greek terracotta female protome, c. 5th century B.C., wearing a stephane and large round earrings; a Greek terracotta seated kore, c. 5th century B.C., with extensive surviving polychrome; an Etruscan terracotta head of a man, c. 3rd century B.C., wearing a Phrygian cap, with hand-modelled features; a Cypriot limestone head from a votive figure, c. 5th century B.C., wearing a conical cap, with almond-shaped sfumato eyes, his lips pursed into a slight smile; a Greek black-glazed guttus, South Italy, c. late 4th century B.C., the top molded with a facing female head; a Greek black-glazed oenochoe, South Italy, c. late 4th century B.C., with ribbed body and trefoil lip; an Etruscan bronze olpe, c. 5th century B.C.; a Roman giallo antico herm head, c. 2nd century A.D., depicting an archaistic Dionysos; a Roman glass unguentarium, c. 2nd century A.D., and a Hellenistic style terracotta head of a woman wearing a fillet of rosettes
7¾in. (19.7cm.) long for the first (11)