A beautiful Laconian cup depicts Arcesilaus II, the King of Cyrene, overseeing the weighing and loading of goods.
In ancient Egypt, the sphinx was a mythical creature associated with kings, as well as divinities (in particular the sun god).
There are many portraits of the Athenian philosopher Socrates. But do these accurately reflect what he might have looked like?
An interesting object in the British Museum is a Cypriot terracotta statuette of a triple-bodied warrior.
An action-adventure game that takes inspiration from ancient Greek vase-painting to establish its unique look.
A closer look at a handsome bronze figurine of a horseman from Southern Italy, currently on display at the British Museum.
A quick look at a number of ancient, marble statues belonging to a collection once owned by Elisabetta Farnese.
Lions play an important part in ancient Greek art and myth from the Late Bronze Age onwards. But did these animals really once exist on the European continent?
A closer look at Ares (known to the Romans as Mars), who wasn’t so much the god of war as he was the god of slaughter and strife.
An interesting, if perhaps not highly informative ancient object, is the so-called Alexander Sarcophagus.