VI-11 Euridice between Orpheus and Hermes
VI-12 Boreas and Orithyia
Statue group from a temple on Delos.
VI-13 Abduction of Persephone
Painting from the wall inside a tomb at Vergina in northern Greece. Hades abducting Persephone. Horses led by Hermes.
VI-14 Cupid and Psyche
Roman copy of Greek statue of young boy and girl. In the Capitoline Museum, Rome.
VI-15 Venus Marina
Peristyle garden of a house in Pompeii with paintings on the back wall. The paintings show Venus in the center, Mars on the viewer's left, and a garden scene at the right. The house is called the house of Venus Marina, or the Marine Venus, after this painting, in which Venus floats over the sea on a shell, with small winged boys or cupids in front of her and behind her.
VI-16 Emergence of Aphrodite from the Sea
The so-called Ludovisi Throne. Largest of three reliefs on a large block of marble. Likely around 460 BC. Possibly depicts the goddess Aphrodite emerging from the sea, as suggested by the pebbly ground (beach?) on which the two attendants stand.
VI-17 The Three Graces
Fresco from Pompeii, 1st century AD
Roman copy of Hellenistic original
VI-18 Dancing Maenads
Multiple copies of a type that originates in the late 5th century BC.
VI-19 Maenad by Skopas, early 4th century BC
Color added (not original color scheme) to emphasize visual dynamics of movement and narrative.
VI-20 The Dherveni Krater, 4th century BC
VI-21 Sleeping Ariadne
Roman copy of 2nd century BC Greek original
VI-22 Herakles by Lysippos
Also called the Farnese Hercules. A Roman copy (early 3rd c AD) of a 4th century BC original by the Greek sculptor Lysippos.