Gallery 158 - Greek Art: Fourth Century B.C.
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Most of the works of art in the Spyros and Eurydice Costopoulos Gallery are funerary monuments, including large-scale marble vases that were used as grave markers.
In addition, terracotta statuettes of fashionable women or girls, prized today for their naturalness, vitality, and charm, are displayed here. The jewelry in this gallery presents the wealth of the Classical Greek world on the eve of the Hellenistic period that flourished after the death of Alexander the Great in 323 B.C.