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Piraeus Athena, bronze statue dated to the fourth century BCE.   Currenty at Archaeological Museum of Piraeus.

Piraeus Athena, bronze statue dated to the fourth century BCE. Currenty at Archaeological Museum of Piraeus.

The statue of the "Piraeus Athena" in the Archaeological Museum of Piraeus (Athens). The work has been given to either Kephisodotos or Euphranor (4th century B.C.), or deemed to be a Hellenistic-era creation in classicizing style. Picture by Giovanni Dall'Orto

Athena (Minerva), Greek or Hellenistic statue (bronze), century BC or later, (Archeological Museum of Piraeus, Athens).

Terracotta statuette of Athena - from 2nd century BCE, now in Pella Museum

Terracotta statuette of Athena - from century BCE, now Pella Museum

Basalt figure of Athena, 2nd - 3rd century A.D. The Goddess is holding a shield and dressed in a waving chiton pressed to her body by her vivid movement. A two-partite aegis is covering her chest. A pseudo-corinthian helmet protects her head.

Basalt figure of Athena, - century A. The Goddess is holding a shield and dressed in a waving chiton pressed to her body by her vivid movement. A two-partite aegis is covering her chest. A pseudo-corinthian helmet protects her head.

Calyx-krater (large vase) by the Villia Giulia Painter depicting Athena and a winged spirit. Red-figure pottery from Cerveteri (Lazio). Etruscan Civilisation, 4th Century BC. Artwork-location: Paris, Musée Du Louvre

Calyx-krater (large vase) by the Villia Giulia Painter depicting Athena and a winged spirit. Red-figure pottery from Cerveteri (Lazio).

Colossal head of Athena Promachos. Marble. Roman copy of 117—138 A.D. after Athena Promachos by Phidias (5th century B.C.). Inv. No. 1434. Rome, Vatican Museums, Chiaramonti. Restored eyes.

Minerva (Athena) Head of a colossal Roman statue, copy after Greek original by Phidias, century CE -- Musei Vaticani, Vatican City.

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