Skeletons found in situ in a Roman house in Kourion, Cyprus, by David and Noelle Soren in the mid-1980s include a family killed in the earthquake that struck in 365 A.D. The mother cradles an infant in her arms as the the father tries to protect them both from the falling debris.
From the Sanctuary of Apollo at Idalion (near modern Dali, Nicosia district), this massive head is from a larger than life statue of a worshipper or priest, with long beard and a luxurious wreath on his head giving the suggestion of royalty. Limestone, c.480-450 BC. British Museum, London
The Witham Shield Made from Coral and Copper Alloy Found in the River Witham, Lincolnshire, England 400-300 BC (Iron Age) Length: 109.22 cm Width: 34.5 cm The decorative front of a shield originally attached to a leather or wooden back. Source: The British Museum