A LARGE BYZANTINE DEDICATORY TERRACOTTA RELIEF TILE FOR BISHOP MARCIANUS MID-7TH CENTURY A.D. Rectangular, with moulded decoration comprising a central Chi-Rho flanked by Alpha and Omega, two rosettes at the base, with two columns on either side surmounted by a semicircular arch decorated with shell motif, the arch flanked by two dolphins, an inscription on the left reads "SALVO EPIS[COPO]" and on the right "MARCIANO", repaired 15½ in. (39.5 cm.) high
Isis-Aphrodite - Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC. Painted terracotta votive figure of Isis-Aphrodite, crowned and nude; syncretic icon of Egyptian- Greco-Roman worship, century CE. NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Jacqueline in a Flowery Straw Hat, Picasso. 1964 It's so cool to actually see the linoleum Picasso carved to make this beautiful ink print. *correction, this is not a linocut, but a carved terra cotta tile with black slip.
An ancient Old Babylonian large terracotta high-relief plaque fragment depicting the lower torso and upper legs of a nude female deity, likely the underworld goddess, Ereshkigal. The vestiges of her feathered wings are evident at her hips.