Louvre CA6819. Women playing the aulos and the tambourine. Terracotta figurine made in Syria, 2nd–3rd centuries AD.
Terracotta Early 3rd BCE Tanagra, Boeotia, Greece Height 17.7 cm CA 588 via > lessingimages.com
Wounded Niobid Louvre Cp5224. Wounded Niobid. Terracotta figurine of Gnathia or Canosa, 4th–3rd centuries BC
Isis Drumming Romano-Egyptian terracotta figurine National of Classical Archaeology in Hungary
Isis Priestess with Amphora, Drumming Tambourine Circa 1st-2nd Century BC Romano-Egyptian terracotta figurine of a standing woman wearing the attributes of a priestess of the cult of Isis including elaborate headdress and sleeved chiton extending below her knees. Rows of corkscrew curls falling across her shoulder frame her face. She is shown holding a tambourine in her left hand which she drums with her right. Below the instrument, a large narrow wine amphora rests on a stand.
Sirena de Canosa, funerary statuette dating back to 400 BC - 301 BCE discovered in Canosa di Puglia, Italy. The siren is holding a zither and holds up her right arm up to head in a gesture of mourning. National Archaeological Museum of Spain, Madrid
Two female musicians with aulos and drum, riding a camel. Terracotta (1st-2nd CE) from Hama, Syria. Inv. 2809 Ny-Carlsberg-Glyptothek, Copenhagen, Denmark
Veiled dancer. Terracotta figurine from Myrina, ca. 150 BC–100 BC.