Replica of a bronze bull figurine. The original is probably a specimen of the important Peloponnesian bronze metalwork of the geometric period (second half of the 8th century BC). The bull, a precious animal in cattle-breeding, was the most appropriate offering in Zeus’ honour. The copper votive offerings of bulls in sanctuaries of the geometric and archaic periods attest to the social class of the offerers.
Donated by George and Athanasia Pappa
Height with bronze base 5 cm
Head of Aphrodite
Statuette of a horse