Hypnos and Thanatos (Sleep and Death) carry the body of Sarpedon off the battlefield while Hermes watches. Red-figure calyx krater by Euphronios (painter) and Euxitheos (potter).Formerly Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia L.2006.10, now in the Museo Nazionale Archeologico Cerite. Photo by Jaime Ardiles-Arce via Wikimedia Commons.
Colossal statue of Apollo seated holding a lyre. The head, hands, and lyre, were originally made of bronze, but were replaced by C. Albacini with white marble.The statue originally represented a female subject, the personification of Rome, before the restorer altered its features. Porphyry and marble, Mueso Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli Inv. 6281. Photo by Jebulon via Wikimedia Commons, CC0 1.0.
Hades and Persephone holding court from their palace. Detail from an Apulian red-figure volute krater attributed to White Sakkos Painter, Antikensammlung Kiel Inv. B 585. Photo by Marcus Cyron via Wikimedia Commons CC BY-SA 3.0
Orpheus charms the animals with his music. Detail of a Roman floor mosaic from Building A, Piazza della Vittoria, Palermo. Museo Archeologico Regionale Antonio Salinas NI 2287. Photo by Marie-Lan Nguyen via Wikimedia Commons, CC BY 2.5