A013 Council of the gods during the Trojan War. From left to right: Ares, Aphrodite or Eos (?), Artemis, Apollo, Zeus, Athena, Hera, Demeter or Thetis.
D113 Archaistic altar with figures of twelve gods - Zeus, Hera, Athena, Herakles, Apollo, Artemis, Aphrodite, Hephaistos, Poseidon, Hermes, Hestia.
B050 Clay mask of goddess.
A071 Athena and another goddess, possibly Hera.
A167 Lion-head waterspout.
C062 A goddess, perhaps Demeter or Hera, wearing a peplos and veil.
A110 Torso of a woman.
A111 Male torso.
The hand touching the torso under the right arm probably belongs to a fallen Amazon pleading for mercy.
B087 Female head (possibly Hera).
H001 Kouros head.
B048 Upper half of a kore.
A086e Hera and Zeus seated.
The standing figure to the left may be Nike but is more likely Iris.
B038 Head of Hera.
The mass behind the left ear suggests that the complete statue may have represented the goddess sitting on a high-backed throne. A fragment survives of what may be the base, showing a man between lions.
A112 Head of an Amazon.
A115 Fragmentary relief with birds and florals.
C082 Head of a woman.
A166 Lion-head waterspout.
B209 Head of the goddess Hera.
B047 Kore wearing epiblema, mantle and chiton.
The inscription along the front edge of the epiblema reads:
Cheramyes dedicated me as a gift to Hera.
A109 Head of a warrior.
B082 Head of a goddess made for insertion into a statue, perhaps the cult-statue of a Greek shrine in Sicily or south Italy.