Archaeological Museum of the Stoa of Attalos:
A late geometric pyxis (the round case) with a decoration of terracotta horses (725-700 B.C). Perhaps such decoration denotes the significant social status of the dead woman- perhaps she belonged to the class of “knights”/ιππείς (horse riders).
Terracotta horses from charriots, votives to a shrine (mid-7th century B.C).
Traces of silver have been found on certain vessels from the same period, so these objects might have been more ornate than they are now.