FOUR GREEK TERRACOTTA VOTIVES
circa 5th-3rd century b.c.
Including a female figure in relief, her left arm stretched out in front of her, her right arm up-raised, wearing a chiton, with the folds of her mantle flowing behind her, extensive surviving polychrome, pierced for attachment; a figure of a siren, her head turned sharply to her right; a standing figure of a nude youth, a phiale in his right hand; and a dramatic mask with circular holes cut to indicate the irises
6 1/8in. (15.55) cm. high for the first (4)