Empress Livia, wife of Augustus; detached head from over-life- sized statue (broken and defaced in early Byzantine era), originally intended for the basilica of the upper agora at Ephesus, early 1st century C.E.
Ephesus: the Arcadian Way, originally 1st century A.D.; restored by Emperor Arcadius, late 4th - early 5th century A.D. (looking E. towards the Great Theater, cavea rebuilt late 2nd - early 3rd century A.D.)
Erechtheum, Athens: detail of caryatid porch (“Portico of the Maidens”), view from southeast, ca. 421-405 B.C. [shown after restoration project of 1979-1987; replica caryatid figures cast from originals currently in Acropolis Museum]