Terracotta figure of a horseman, Greek, from Tanagra, Boeotia, Greece, c550 BC. This figure is handmade, not moulded. Horse and rider figures were popular grave offerings in sixth-century Boeotia, Greece. This terracotta horse and rider might have been offered to a god as a representative of the dedicator, thanking the god or requesting a favour. From the British Museum's Collection.
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