Greece! Rome! Monsers! Tour: Getty Greece! Rome! Monsers! Tour: Getty Villa Villa Museum Map Works of
Greece! Rome! Monsers! Tour: Getty Greece! Rome! Monsers! Tour: Getty Villa Villa Museum Map Works of
Greece! Rome! Monsers! Tour: Getty Greece! Rome! Monsers! Tour: Getty Villa Villa Museum Map Works of
Greece! Rome! Monsers! Tour: Getty Greece! Rome! Monsers! Tour: Getty Villa Villa Museum Map Works of
Greece! Rome! Monsers! Tour: Getty Greece! Rome! Monsers! Tour: Getty Villa Villa Museum Map Works of

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    Greece! Rome! Monsers! Tour: Getty Villa Villa Museum Map

    Works of Art This is a list of artworks depicting monsters and minor deities that are currently on display at the Getty Villa. It is important to note that works of art are sometimes moved or taken off display. We encourage you to consult with the information desk or museum docents if you cannot find certain items.

    Description: Painted plaque with Medusa head, Sicilian Greek, 225-200 BC. Location: 107 Lower Level

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    Description: Furniture support representing a winged feline, Tartessian, 700-575 BC. Location: 107 Lower Level

    Description: Engraved scarab, Greek, early 5th century BC. Location: 107 Lower Level

    Description: Scaraboid, Greco-Persian, mid- 5th century BC. Location: 107 Lower Level

    Description: Attic red-figure kylix, Greek, about 380 BC. Location: 107 Lower Level

    Description: Eagle-Griffin tearing a hare, Greek, 1st century BC-1st century AD. Location: 107 Lower Level

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    Description: Black-figure neck amphora, Greek, about 530-520 BC Location: 107 Lower Level

    Description: Thymiaterion supported by a statuette of Nike, 500-480 BC. Location: 107 Lower Level

    Description: Statuette of a giant hurling a rock, Greek, 200-175 BC. Location: 107 Lower Level

    Description: Statuette of a snake-legged giant, Roman, AD 180-220. Location: 107 Lower Level

    Description: Statuette of a draped female figure, perhaps Nyx, Roman, 1st century BC. Location: 107 Lower Level

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    Description: Statuette of Nemesis with portrait resembling the empress Faustina I, Roman, about AD 150. Location: 107 Lower Level

    Description: Griffin Protome, Greek, about 650 BC. Location: 107 Lower Level

    Description: Hand mirror decorated with the head of Medusa, Greek (South Italian), 500- 480 BC. Location: 107 Lower Level

    Description: Apulian red-figure patera with anthropomorphic handle. Greek (Apulian), about 350 BC. Location: 107 Lower Level

    Description: Foot of a cista in the form of a winged youth, Etruscan, about 490 BC. Location: 107 Lower Level

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    Description: Statuette of a griffin with an arimasp. Greek, 125-75 BC. Location: 107 Lower Level

    Description: Clipeus with a bust of Nike, Roman, 25 BC - AD 25. Location: 107 Lower Level

    Description: Lentoid engraved seal, Greek (Minoan), about 1400 BC – 1300 BC. Location: 107 Lower Level

    Greece! Rome! Monsters! introduces both children and adults to a variety of monsters from ancient Greek and Roman myths. Teachers can use this guide to lead students through a tour of Greece! Rome! Monsters! at the Getty Villa. Teaching resources related to this book are available at: www.getty.edu/education/teachers/getty_books /greeceromemonsters.html