A Hellenistic sandstone or pottery head
Circa 2nd-1st Century B.C.
Wearing a conical hat, with wavy hair protruding beneath at each side, 33/8in. (8.4cm.) chipped, mounted; two Roman terracotta heads, one of a female with her hair drawn back in a chignon, 3in. (7.6cm.) chipped, mounted, the other a flat-backed bust of a female wearing a polos headdress, 33/8in. (8.6cm.) high, with an old label printed with 'Empress Helena' on the front, worn, and a terracotta lamp, the sunken discus moulded in relief with a frog, a scorpion, a snail and a phallus motif, the nozzle modelled with the head of a satyr, the open mouth forming the wick-hole, with three lug handles, all chipped, possibly Roman, 41/8in. (10.4cm.) long (4)