Terra cotta of Demeter and Persphone. The pink textile worn by Persphone contrasts with the blue bedspread and Demeter's white garment. Made in Myrina (in modern Turkey); the museum's sign dates this artifact to around 100 BC but I would place it a century later. Inventory GR 1885.3-16.1.
Terra cotta of Aphrodite fastening a necklace that is now missing. The terra cotta was originally painted light blue; the artist wanted to portray a very fine textile. From Myrina (in modern Turkey) and dated to AD 100. The name of the artist is marked on the terra cotta; it was made by MHNO = Menophilos. Inventory no. GR 1906.3-10.1
Terra cotta of a young man dressed in a light red/pink toga.