|Statues from Miletos
|An image of statues from Miletos, British Museum.
|Apollo of Thera
|A statue of the Apollo of Thera.
|Archaistic Artemis from Pompeii
|An illustration of archaistic Artemis from Pompeii.
|Central Figures of the Western Gable
|The Central Figures of the Western Gable, Temple of Athene upon Aegina.
|Harmodios and Aristogeiton
|This is one of the best work of Critios and Nesiotes, they represent Harmodios and Aristogeiton.
|Apollo after Canachos
|A statue of Apollo after Canachos.
|Marble Copy of the Discos-Thrower
|A marble copy of the Discos-Thrower by Myron.
|Statuette of the Athene
|An image of the statuette of Athene, Parthenos, Athens.
|Statue of Demeter and Persephone
|The statue is from the Eastern Gable of the Parthenon.
|Aphrodite and Peitho
|Statue of Aphrodite and Peitho from the Eastern Gable of Parthenon.
|Statue from the Great Temple of Zeus
|A statue from the Eastern Gable of the Great Temple of Zeus, Olympia.
|A Statue from the Great Temple of Zeus
|A statue from the Western Gable of the Great Temple of Zeus, Olympia.
|Head of Apollo
|The head of Apollo from the Western gable of the Great Temple of Zeus, Olympia.
|Victory of Paionios
|A statue of Victory of Paionios, Olympia.
|Copy of the Doryphoros
|A copy of the Doryphoros in the Museum of Naples.
|A statue of Amazon, after polycleitos.
|Head of Hera
|An illustration of the head of Hera in Naples.
|So-called Juno Ludovisi
|An illustration of the so-called Juno Ludovisi in Rome.
|Eirene and Ploutos
|A statue of Eirene and Ploutos after Kephisedotos.
|An illustration of Apollo Kitharoidos, Vatican.
|Central Figure of the Niobids
|The central figure of the Niobids, Florence.
|Head of Niobe
|An illustration of the head of Niobe.
|Head of Eros
|An illustration of the head of Eros, Vatican.
|Hermes with the Infant Dionysos
|Hermes with the Infant Dionysos from the Heraion at Olympia.
|Head of the Hermes
|Illustration of the head of Hermes of Praxiteles.
|Venus of Melos
|Illustration of the statue of Venus of Melos, Louvre.
|Apoxyomenos of Lysippos
|A marble copy of Apoxyomenos of Lysippos in the Vatican.
|Farnese Hercules of Glycon
|An illustration of Farnese Hercules of Glycon in the Museum of Naples.
|Zeus of Otricoli
|An illustration of the bust of Zeus of Otricoli, Vatican.
|An illustration of the statue of Boreas.
|An illustration from the Tower of the Winds, Athens.
|The So-Called Dying Generator
|The statue of the so-called Dying Gladiator.
|Group of Laocoon and His Sons
|An illustration of the Group of Laocoon and his sons by Agesandros, Athanodoros and Polydoros, Vatican.
|The Farnese Bull of Apollonios and Tauriscos
|An image of the statue of the Farnese Bull of Apollonios and Tauriscos.
|An image of wrestlers in the Uffizi, Florence.
|An illustration of the statue of Apollo Belvedere in the Vatican.
|An illustration of the statue of Artemis Versailles.
|Borghese Gladiator of Agasias
|A statue of the Borghese Gladiator of Agasias.
|Belvedere torso by Apollonios in the Vatican.
|Group by Menelaos
|An illustration of a statue of a Group by Menelaos in the villa Ludovisi.
|Heracles Strangling the Serpents
|Bronze statue of Heracles strangling the serpents.
|Heracles and the Horses of Diomedes
|Marble group in the Vatican.
|Laocoon and His Children
|Marble group in the Vatican.
|Orpheus and Eurydice
|Greek relief at Naples. Fifth century BC.
|Greco-Roman marble statue in the Vatican.
|Tyrannicides Harmodius and Aristogeiton
|A marble group at Naples.
|The Victory of Paeonius
|Marble statue erected on a tall basis at Olympia about 425 B.C.
|Bust of Pericles in the British Museum.
|Pyrrhus King of Epirus Bust
|Bust at Naples (Herculaneum).
|Bust as Sanssouci. The Greek represents Homer as an old man, blind, with deeply wrinkled brows.
|Statue in the Lateran.
|Bust at Naples.
|Herm at Naples.
|Socrates Bust Albani
|Bust in the Villa Albani.
|Herm at Berlin.
|Bust in the Villa Albani (converted in modern times into a Herm).
|Statue in the Vatican. The forearms and roll are restored.
|Statue in the Vatican, of the Alexandrine period.
|Athenian Soldier of the Fourth Century BC
|In the National Museum, Athens.
|Bronze statuette at Naples, from Herculaneum.
|Stele Of Ariston By Aristocles
|An illustration of the Stele of Ariston by Aristocles.
|Stele By Alxenor Orchomenos
|Stele by Alxenor, found in Orchomenos.
|The one who throws pitches the discus.
|Statue of the Discobolus of Myron or discus thrower, a marble sculpture in the British Museum.
|Marble Portrait of Alexander the Great
|Hellenistic artwork - marble portrait of Alexander the Great.
|Alexander the Great as Helios
|Marble Roman copy of Alexander the Great as Helios, after the original from 3rd–2nd century BCE.
|Part of a Statue of Germanicus
|Part of a statue of Emperor Germanicus, 2nd c. CE, on display at the Archeological Museum of Perugia.
|Portrait of Alexander the Great
|Marble portrait of Alexander the Great, 2nd-1st century BC.
|Head of Alexander the Great
|Head of Alexander the Great at Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek.
|Alexander the Great Wearing a Lion Skin
|Bust of Alexander the Great wearing a lion skin.
|Head of a Young Boy
|Marble head of young boy at Samos, Greece ca. 100 BC.
|Bust of a Ptolemaic Ruler,
|Marble portrait of a Ptolemaic ruler 1st century BC. From the temple of Apollo at Cyrene.
|Head of the Poetess Sappho
|Head of the poetess Sappho.
|Young Selucid Prince
|Marble head of a young Selucid prince, 2nd century B.C.
|Terracotta of Attis
|Terracotta of Attis playing syrinx, 200-150 BC, Macedonia.
|Head of Antisthenes
|Hellenistic original of the head sculpture of Antisthenes, founder of the cynic school.
|Archaic Funerary Sphinx
|Archaic funerary sphinx made of pentelic marble, 570-550 B.C. National Archaeological Museum, Athens.
|Terracotta of a ballgame player,3rd century BC, Corinth.
|Terracotta of a Boy Wearing a Cloak
|Terracotta of a boy wearing a cloak, Athens, 300 BC.
|Attic Janiform Rhyton Pygmi
|Attic Janiform Rhyton Pygmi from Castello Ursino Castle Museum in Catania.
|Terracotta of a Child
|Terracotta of a child in front of crockery display during the Hellenistic period.
|Kore Made of Chiotissa
|Kore made of chiotissa, 520-510 BC.
|Colossal Statue of Athena
|Colossal Statue of Athena, 525 BC. From the Acropolis Museum Athens, Gigantomachy group.
|Cybele with a Patera and Tympanon
|Terracotta of Cybelle holding a patera and tympanon, 350 BC.
|Seated Woman Sculpture
|Sculpture of a seated woman of perhaps Demeter, seen at the East Parthenon, 447-433 BC.
|Statue of Athena Seated
|Statue of Athena seated from the Endoios sculptor.
|Figurine of the Snake Goddess
|Figurine of the snake goddess with breast exposed, 1600 BC.
|Terracota of a Female Baker
|Terracotta of a Female baker taking bread from an oven, 5th century BC.
|Bronze Figurine of a Female Running
|Bronze figurine of a female running Peloponnesian, 5th B.C.
|Laconian Terracotta Style
|Laconian terracotta style female figure, late 7th early 6th century BC.
|Persephone Wearing a Chiton
|Terracotta of Persephone wearing a chiton, 330 BC.
|Female Workers Kneading Dough
|Female workers kneading dough, Boeotian Terracotta, 525 - 475 BC.
|Inscribed Herm of Plato
|Inscribed herm of plato. Berlin, Altes Museum.
|Iris West Pediment Parthenon
|Iris west pediment parthenon, 447-433 BC.
|Kritios Boy Statue
|Marble statue of an athlete boy from Paros. Attributed to Kritios and Nesiotes, 480 BC.
|Lady cretan, 1400 BC.
|Leto, Artemis and Aphrodite
|Leto, Artemis and Aphrodite seen at the Parthenon east pediment, 447-433 BC.
|Maenad bust, 2nd-1st century BC.
|Fragment of a sculpture of a man restraining, west frieze parthenon, 447-433 BC.
|Terracotta plaque of a man and woman conversing, provenance tomb Melos, 460 BC.
|Pyrrhus of Eprius King of Epirus
|Marble sculpture of Pyrrhus of Epirus, 318-272 BC.
|Marble Statue of an Old Man
|Marble statue of an old man philosopher of Delphi, 280 BC.
|A terracotta of a woman mourning, 300-275 BC.
|Musicians Playing Salpinx
|Terracotta of musicians playing salpinx, 1st century BC Alexandria.
|Nike with Sandal
|Relief of Nike with sandal, found at the temple of Athena, 420-410 BC.
|Odysseus in guise of a Beggar
|Terracotta of Odysseus in a guise of beggar, relief form Milo, 450 BC.
|Terracotta of an Old Nurse
|Terracotta of an old nurse holding a newborn, 325-300 BC.
|Peplos Kore, 530 BC.
|Marble Statue of a Helmed Hoplite
|Marble Statue of a helmed Hoplite.
|Reclining Dionysos at the Parthenon, east pediment, 447-433 BC.
|Reclining hero river god Ilissos found at the West pediment, 447-433 BC.
|Sculpture of Pan and Nymphs
|Sculpture of Pan and Nymphs, votive relief dedicated by Neoptolemos of Melite.
|Head of Alexander the Great and Hephaestion
|The sculpture of the head of Alexander the Great and Hephaestion.
|Two Female Figures
|Terracotta of two female figures holding a ball.
|Votive feet from the Roman Imperial Era, from Arsos,Cyprus.
|Terracotta of a Warrior Riding a Hippalektryon
|Terracotta of a warrior riding a hippalektryon, 500-470 BC, Thebes.
|Interpreted as Head of Iris
|Said to be the head of Iris. From the West pediment of the North parthenon. Made from pentellic marble, 447-433 BC.
|Woman Grinding Wheat
|Terracotta of a Woman grinding wheat, 450 BC.
|Woman Wearing Ionic Dress Holding a Bird
|Woman wearing ionic dress holding a bird made of lyons kore marble 550-540 BC from the Acropolis of Athens.
|Actor Playing a Slave
|Sculpture of an actor playing as a slave seated on an altar.