Female marble figure from the islands near Greece, 2800-2300 BC
Wall painting from Akrotira, on Thira (Santorini), 1600 BC, showing two boys boxing
Death mask of a Mycenaean king, whimsically Agamemnon, 1500 BC
A Kore (female kouros), from 550 BC
Paris, about to award the apple to the woman he has judged most beautiful, Aphrodite, from 340 BC. He picked her because her bribe to him was the best - she offered him Helen as a prize. Unfortunately, Helen was already married to the king of Sparta, and when Helen went to Troy with Paris, the Spartans invaded, triggering the Trojan War. Behind Paris is a statue of the goddess Thema, from 300 BC, and behind her is Poseidon, from 100 BC.
The Artemision Jockey, bronze, from 140 BC, retrieved from a shipwreck
Aphrodite, naked, threatens to clobber Pan with her sandal, and Eros mediates, from 100 BC. Jeez, I wonder why Paris picked Aphrodite?
Library of Hadrian, 125 AD