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Louvre CA6819. Women playing the aulos and the tambourine. Terracotta figurine made in Syria, 2nd–3rd centuries AD.

Louvre Women playing the aulos and the tambourine. Terracotta figurine made in Syria, centuries AD.

Female musician playing the double flute. Terracotta (4th BCE), from the Punic necropolis of Borj Jdid, Carthago. Phoenician culture  Louvre Museum

Female musician playing the double flute. Terracotta BCE), from the Punic necropolis of Borj Jdid, Carthago.

Terracotta statuette of a seated woman playing a kithera,late hellenistic,2nd-1st century BC  Cypriot

Terracotta statuette of a seated woman playing a kithera,late century BCE Cypriot

Mould-made terracotta figure of veiled dancer; white slip.  Made in Boeotia (all objects)  (Europe,Greece,Boeotia)  Place (findspot)  Found/Acquired Salamis (?) (all objects)  (Europe,Cyprus,Famagusta (district),Salamis)  Date  350BC (circa)  Period/Culture  Boeotian

Mould-made terracotta figure of veiled dancer; white slip. Made in Boeotia (all objects) (Europe,Greece,Boeotia) Place (findspot) Found/Acquired Salamis (?) (all objects) (Europe,Cyprus,Famagusta (district),Salamis) Date 350BC (circa) Period/Culture Boeotian

Ménade tocando un pandero en los restos de un altar romano de la época de Augusto. Esta preciosa pieza apareció en Sevilla, durante unas excavaciones en el Teatro Romano.  Maenad playing a tambourine in a Roman altar from times of Augustus (Seville, Spain).

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2. Astart serrant un tympanon sur sa poitrine. Statuette en terre cuite (photo INAA-CEPPAL).

2. Astart serrant un tympanon sur sa poitrine. Statuette en terre cuite (photo INAA-CEPPAL).

Boeotia  300BC-250BC  Hellenistic  Terracotta figure of a girl seated on a rock, her right hand raised and holding an unidentifiable object, by her left side is a large tambourine, wearing long-sleeved jacket over chiton (perhaps form of Persian kandys), long hair parted at the back to fall in two long tresses, wearing thick stippled wreath.  Coarse pale orange clay, white coating, red on hair and tambourine, gold(?) on vine leaf and girdle, rose-madder and blue on jacket, rose-madder on…

Boeotia Hellenistic Terracotta figure of a girl seated on a rock…

Terracotta statuette of a male flute-player  Period: Cypro-Archaic I Date: ca. 750–600 B.C. Culture: Cypriot Medium: Terracotta; wheel-made and handmade Dimensions: H. 5 7/8 in. (14.9 cm)

Terracotta statuette of a male flute-player Period: Cypro-Archaic I Date: ca. wheel-made and handmade Dimensions: H.

Cybele-godess of fertility, the moon, aka. mother earth. Was also known as the "Queen of Heaven" and of the "Mother/Child" cult.  See also story of Tamuz and Norse godess frigga.  Whom Friday was named for.

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Marble herm: satyr playing the plagiaulos (flute with angled mouthpiece). Culture/period Roman. Date 1stC (probably). Findspot: Rome

Marble herm: satyr playing the plagiaulos (flute with angled mouthpiece). Culture/periodRoman term details (probably)

Terracotta statuette of a dancing youth. Early Hellenistic, 3rd century B.C. Cypriot. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Cesnola Collection, Purchased by subscription, 1874–76 (74.51.1710) #dance

DANCING YOUTH Terracotta statuette of a dancing youth. Early Hellenistic, century B. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Cesnola Collection.

"The Budapest Dancer" marble. Date: c. 240-220 B.C.

Statue of a Girl ("The Budapest Dancer") Date: c. Medium: Parian marble That neckline is interesting.

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