Ure Museum Database

There are 15 objects for which Decoration contains → artemis
2007.10.2.242 A tall and slender female figure carrying a bow and depicted with a stag, possibly identifying the figure as Artemis. The unusual dress might suggest that the gem showed an unknown female depicted as Artemis.
2007.10.2.244 A female figure in short knee-length dress is depicted resting against something in the background of the scene, however, it is unclear whether it is vegetation or a structure. The figure appears to have a quivver on her shoulder, possibly identifying her as Artemis.
2007.10.2.83 Female bust in profile facing left. She has a quiver (arrow holder) on her back. Likely to be Artemis.
2009.10.2.111 Artemis sitting with bow and arrow. Number 43.
2009.10.2.112 Artemis sitting with a deer. Number 44.
2009.10.2.113 Figure of Artemis standing with a deer. Number 45.
2009.10.2.114 Figure of Artemis, standing with a deer. Number 46.
2009.10.2.116 Artemis pictured hunting a deer with bow and arrow. Number 48.
2009.10.2.117 Artemis pictured standing next to a pillar. Very small inscription. Number 49.
2009.10.2.227 Nude female figure (? Artemis) leaning on a pillar and holding a bow in her left hand and an arrow in her right hand. Number 17
23.11.31OO Profile figure facing the direction right. does not appear to be a Spartan warrior. possibly a Persian warrior or leader? face. helm and armour slightly visible though. defining feature is a ponytail at the back of his helm. not clear whether he is carrying any weaponry. representation of Persian King Darius or Xerxes from the Persian Wars? lead figures part of a large relief commemorating the war? or just used for ritual purposes with the flogging at the Temple of Artemis Orthia? pretty good condition. lead is an off-colour brown grey, similar to 23.11.31h. bears no similarity to the other lead warriors, as it is a lot thinner than them and lacks a shield. 2005.06.0099.jpg
27.4.11 The interior is black, but reserved at the bottom of the bowl. There is a red line around the lip. The body is decorated with figural scenes. A: Two sphinxes. B: A female figure (Artemis or 'Mistress of animals'?) between two lions (alternate stripes of white and red indicate the ribs and hindquarters of the lions). Beneath each handle stands a water bird (swan?) facing to the right. Rosettes and rows of dots in the field. Below the figural zone are two red lines, then a black band, a frieze of narrow black rays (slightly overlapping the black band above). The ring foot is black on the exterior and resting surface. The central part of the underside is decorated with a black dot at centre, surrounded by a black dircle and, farther out, a red circle. White is used on parts of the lions, necks and breasts of sphinxes and woman, and parts of the wings of birds. 2003.15.0009.jpg
45.6.70 On top is a worn moulded image; a woman's body and face - Artemis with quiver? Handle has worn decoration of two bands along the crest of the handle. Red-orange wash. 2005.01.0007.jpg
L.2005.7.15 Obv: Bust of Artemis wearing stephane; bow and quiver at shoulder. Rev: Nude Apollo standing on maeander pattern, holding in right hand a branch and resting left elbow against tripod; all within laurel wreath. 2006.98.0003.jpg
L.2016.3.26 Obverse: Portrait head to the right, probably Artemis with long curly hair and laurel wreath. Reverse: cow/bull, Greek inscription
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