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Greek, Late Classical period, 4th c. BCE.

Found in the necropolis of Sozopol (Созопол), Bulgaria - ancient Απολλώνία / Apollonia Pontica / Σωζόπολις / Sozopol (Pleiades; PECS; Attalus).

 

On display at the National Institute of Archaeology with Museum at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria (official site; en.wikipedia; TripAdvisor).

Greek, Late Classical period, 4th c. BCE.

Found in the necropolis of Sozopol (Созопол), Bulgaria - ancient Απολλώνία / Apollonia Pontica / Σωζόπολις / Sozopol (Pleiades; PECS; Attalus).

 

On display at the National Institute of Archaeology with Museum at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria (official site; en.wikipedia; TripAdvisor).

Greek, Late Classical period, 4th c. BCE.

Found in the necropolis of Sozopol (Созопол), Bulgaria - ancient Απολλώνία / Apollonia Pontica / Σωζόπολις / Sozopol (Pleiades; PECS; Attalus).

 

On display at the National Institute of Archaeology with Museum at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria (official site; en.wikipedia; TripAdvisor).

With band of ivy leaves on the shoulder, net or lattice pattern on body, and band of vertical crescents above the foot.

East Greek production, probably Miletos. Archaic period, ca. 550-525 BCE.

 

Found (almost certainly in a grave) at Sozopol (Созопол), Bulgaria - ancient Απολλώνία / Apollonia Pontica / Σωζόπολις / Sozopol (Pleiades; PECS; Attalus).

 

On display at the National Institute of Archaeology with Museum at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria (official site; en.wikipedia; TripAdvisor).

Terracotta relief plaque depicting two hoplites.

Apollonia Pontica, Thrace (modern Sozopol, Bulgaria)

500-450 BCE

 

Degrand excavation of 1904

Louvre, Paris

CA 1748