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Gorgon

A marble relief of a Gorgon on a column.

The Louvre Museum

 

Gorgon

A bronze statuette of a Gorgon.

Rhodes; 4th century BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Gorgon

Another view of the preceding image.

 

Gorgon

A headless Medusa and one of her sisters.

From a Black-Figure vase; circa 580 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Gorgon

A small terracotta Gorgon face.

The Louvre Museum

 

Gorgon

A terracotta Gorgon mask.

The Louvre Museum

 

Gorgon

A running Gorgon.

A Black-Figure amphora made in Athens circa 520-510 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Gorgon

The Nereids prepare the body of Achilles with a Gorgon face under the body.

A Red-Figure hydra made in Corinth circa 560-550 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Gorgon

A bronze statuette of a Gorgon.

The Louvre Museum

 

Gorgon

A small terracotta Gorgon face.

The Louvre Museum

 

Gorgon

A small terracotta Gorgon face.

The Louvre Museum

 

Medusa

Medusa

A small terracotta mask; circa 3rd century BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Athene

A statue of Athene Parthenos [the Maiden] with a Gorgon pendant.

Circa 150 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Gorgon

An antefix [end-tile] with the face of a Gorgon.

Made in Taranto, Italy circa 400 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Gorgon

The handle of a bronze votive-krater [mixing bowl] in the form of a Gorgon.

Made in southern Italy circa 500 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Gorgon

A bronze handle with Tritons on each end and reclining Gorgons on the top bar.

Made in southern Italy circa 500 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Gorgon

A pyxis [cosmetic box] with the face of Medusa.

Made in Apulia circa 330-300 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Gorgon

A terracotta figure of a youth standing on a Gorgoneion.

Made in Campania circa 470-450 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Gorgon

A terracotta Gorgoneion.

Made in Campania circa 480-460 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Gorgon

A terracotta antefix [end-tile] with a running Gorgon.

Made in Italy circa 525-500 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Gorgon

A terracotta antefix [end-tile] with the face of a Gorgon.

Made in Italy circa 550-500 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Gorgon

Mosaic floor with the face of a Gorgon.

Found at Zia, Piraeus; made circa 2nd century CE.

The National Archeological Museum, Athens

 

Gorgon

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Gorgon

The Gorgon head on Athene's shield.

The National Archeological Museum, Athens

 

Gorgon

The Gorgon head on Athene's shield.

The National Archeological Museum, Athens

 

Gorgon

An antefix [end-tile] with the face of a Gorgon.

From Boeotia; made circa 6th century BCE.

The National Archeological Museum, Athens

 

Gorgon

The face of a Gorgon.

From the inside of a kylix made circa 600-575 BCE.

The National Archeological Museum, Athens

 

Gorgon

A small terracotta relief of a Gorgon.

Made circa 6th century BCE.

The National Archeological Museum, Athens

 

Medusa

A bronze Gorgoneion.

The National Archeological Museum, Athens

 

Medusa

A plate with the a running gorgon.

The National Archeological Museum, Athens

 

Gorgon

A marble rendering of Medusa.

The Acropolis Museum, Athens

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