D090 Zeus seated, Corcyra (personification of the city), and Athena (personifying Athens).
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.
B072a Zeus, with left arm outstretched, and arm drawn back to throw an object now missing, probably a thunderbolt. Some believe the figure to be that of Poseidon, with a (missing) trident.
A049 Head of Hippodameia.
A061a Head of a Centaur, attacking a Lapith woman who grasps his beard and ear in defence.
See A061b for full composition.
F093 Statuette of Zeus.
A064 Head of a Lapith youth.
A boss of stone has been roughly removed from the hair on the forehead. Cf A045.
A054 Lapith man on his knees. He lunges forward to pull an attacking Centaur away from a Lapith woman.
C049 Zeus, with left hand on hip, and right hand holding a spear.
A069 Atlas brings the apples of the Hesperides to Herakles who, with Athena, is supporting the heavens.
A051b Reclining man, possibly the river-god Kladeos.
A051a is a copy of the head only.
A057 Head of Deidameia; the bride of Peirithoos.
A012 Apollo, supported by Artemis, resists Herakles' attempt to seize the Delphic tripod from him. Zeus stands at the centre restraining them.
A063 Head of a Centaur biting the forearm of a Lapith youth who grabs/holds him round the neck; at the wedding feast of Peirithoos.
A060b Theseus. The upper part of the body does not survive. For the head of this statue see A060a .
A046 Boy kneeling, holding the reins of a chariot (?)
A066 Herakles rests on the dead Nemean Lion, with Athena and Hermes (now missing) looking on.
D095 At the top Zeus and, below on two levels, Mnemosyne with the nine Muses, and Apollo, to the left under the archway. At the bottom, Homer receives a sacrifice from a group of literary personifications: Myth, History, Poetry, Tragedy, Comedy. At the middle right, a statue of a victorious poet.
A086e Hera and Zeus seated.
The standing figure to the left may be Nike but is more likely Iris.
C048 A hero or god, probably Zeus. He may have held a sword, and scabbard or shield.
B086a Nike. The inscription on the base reads:
The Messenians and Naupactians dedicated this to Olympian Zeus, a tithe from the spoils of war. Paionios of Mende made this, and was victor (in the competition) to make the akroteria for the temple. For the head of Nike see B086b. For a possible later version of the head see C091.
A045 Turbaned head of a man; the boss of stone on the forehead may be connected with the technique of copying a model or with the handling and manoeuvring of the finished sculpture (cf A064 where a similar boss has been removed)
A047 Helmeted head of Pelops.
A061b Centaur attacking a Lapith woman at the wedding feast of Peirithoos.
For the head alone see A061a.
A050 Head of a balding, older man, possibly the seer Iamos.
A059 Apollo observes the battle between Lapiths and Centaurs at the wedding of Peirithoos. His head is turned to the right and his gaze follws his outstretched right arm. A bow was added separately in his left hand.
A051a Head of one of the corner figures, possibly the river-god Kladeos. For the whole figure see A051b.
A060a Head of Theseus.
For the lower half of this statue see A060b.
A070 Herakles cleans the Augean Stables under the direction of Athena.
D094 Base showing Athena, Hephaistos, Hermes and Zeus.
A067 Herakles hands the dead Stymphalian birds to Athena.
A048 Head of Oinomaos.
A058 Head of the Centaur Eurytion, who is attacking a senior bride at the wedding feast of Peirithoos.
A056 Head of a Lapith woman. She is being attacked by a Centaur whose hand grasps her hair.