Four money-boxes with reliefs. Nr. 1 has the shape of a beehive and a depiction of Victoria. Found in a channel of the Teatro (II,VII,2). Inv. 3308. Helbig 3154. Guida p. 91. Museo Ostiense.
E27333A (nrs. 1-4), E27334A (nrs. 2-4).

Four small heads, one of Serapis. Museo Ostiense.

Four small heads. Museo Ostiense.

Left. Vessel decorated with a relief of a person holding a baby. Guida p. 90. Centre. Statuette of a porter. Guida p. 89. Right. Vessel decorated with a relief of a person. Guida p. 90. Museo Ostiense.
E27260A. Cf. E27341.

Left: head. Right: two statuettes of porters. Guida p. 89. Museo Ostiense.
E27341. Cf. E27260A.

Four statuettes of gladiators. Guida p. 91. Museo Ostiense. Inv. 3266, 3273, 3534 and ?

Four statuettes of women. Museo Ostiense.

Three statuettes. Left: a woman. Inv. 3511. Guida p. 89. Centre: a man. Right: a man strangling himself. Inv. 3513. Guida p. 91. Museo Ostiense.

Three statuettes. Terracotta. Left and right: not identified. Centre: statuette of Attis with syrinx. Inv. 3265. Floriani Squarciapino, Culti orientali, 17. Guida p. 91. Museo Ostiense.

Heads of a nymph and the child Bacchus-Dionysos. Found in the entrance corridor of the Case di Via dei Vigili (II,III,3-4). Helbig 3157. Guida p. 91-92. Museo Ostiense. Inv. 3528-3529. First century AD.
E27284A (nymph), E27284B (nymph), E27316 (nymph), E27292A (Bacchus-Dionysos).

Statue of a seated deity, perhaps Fortuna. Terracotta with traces of gilding. Found in the shrine in the Caseggiato del Sacello (IV,V,4). Helbig 3163. Guida p. 97. Museo Ostiense. Inv. 3585. Early second century AD.
E49927, E49928.

Statue of a woman. Museo Ostiense.

Left: vessel in the shape of an Eros riding a lion. Inv. 3289. Helbig 3152. Guida p. 91. Right: a lamp? Museo Ostiense.

Moulds for objects with depictions of animals, scenes in the theatre, amphitheatre and circus, erotic and mythological scenes, and still lives. Found for the most part in the Caseggiato dei Doli (I,IV,5). Museo Ostiense.
E27255A. Left: Odysseus and the Sirens (inv. 3770). Right: elephant (inv. 3761). Floriani Squarciapino, Forme, nrs. 4 and 19.
E27255B. Left: fighting elephant and lion (inv. 3725; on the back the inscription [elepha]NTVS LEO). Right: boar (inv. 3765). Floriani Squarciapino, Forme, nrs. 16 and 21.
E27256A. Nr. 1: still life (inv. 3834). Nr. 2: still life (inv. 3835). Nr. 3: victorious charioteer? Nr. 4: female figure in the theatre (inv. 3836). Floriani Squarciapino, Forme, nrs. 23, 24 and 7.
E27256B. Nr. 1: bestiarius, lion, and bull (inv. 3682-3683). Nr. 2: bestiarius and lion (inv. 3842). Nr. 3: bestiarius and lion (inv. 3685). Floriani Squarciapino, Forme, nrs. 12, 13 and 14.
E27257A. Left and right: fighting animals (inv. 3705). Floriani Squarciapino, Forme, nr. 15.
E27257B. Left and right: a boar (inv. 3764). Floriani Squarciapino, Forme, nr. 20.
E27258A. Left and right: still life with fishes (inv. 3767-9). Floriani Squarciapino, Forme, nr. 22.
E27258B. Left and right: a fighting bull and bear (inv. ?). Floriani Squarciapino, Forme, nr. 17.
E27259A. Left: a meta in the circus, a horseman, and a quadriga (inv. 3645). Right: a victorious charioteer on a quadriga drawn by ten horses, a column, and an altar with the text XXX, referring to the number of victories (inv. 3530). Floriani Squarciapino, Forme, nrs. 10 and 9.
E27259B. Nr. 1: two quadrigae (inv. 3644). Nr. 2: a victorious horseman and charioteer (inv. ?). Nr. 3: a quadriga (inv. ?). Floriani Squarciapino, Forme, nrs. 9 and 8.
E27261A. Left and right: lioness and whelps (inv. 3755 and inv. 3758). Floriani Squarciapino, Forme, nr. 18.
E27261B. Left and right: bestiarius and bear (inv. 3531 and inv. 3686-3692). Floriani Squarciapino, Forme, nr. 11.
E27262A. Left and right: tragical scene in the theatre (inv. 3533 and inv. 3819). Floriani Squarciapino, Forme, nr. 1.
E27262B. Left: tragical scene in the theatre (inv. 3532). Right: Eteokles, Oedipus, Iocaste, Polyneikes (inv. 3772). Floriani Squarciapino, Forme, nrs. 2 and 3.
E27263A. Nr. 1: not identified. Nr. 2: a soldier and a woman (Ajax and Kassandra? inv. 3837). Nr. 3: a horse and a soldier (inv. ?). Nr. 4: a horse (Pegasus? inv. 3766). Floriani Squarciapino, Forme, nrs. 5, 26 and 25.

Three reliefs on small discs. Museo Ostiense.

Relief of Epona between two horses. Guida p. 97. Museo Ostiense. Inv. 3344.

Two fragments of reliefs: Hermaphrodyte and Hercules. Museo Ostiense.

Reliefs (architectural decoration). Row 1: a crash of a quadriga in the circus. Inv. 3350. Row 2: tropaeum, soldiers and prisoners. From the workshop of Marcus Antonius Epaphra, a freedman of Marcus Antonius. Inv. 3413. Row 3: Victoria killing a bull. Found in the palaestra of the Terme del Foro (I,XII,6). Inv. 4697. Row 4, left: a quadriga in the circus. Found in the palaestra of the Terme di Nettuno (II,IV,2). Inv. 3361. Row 4, right: female mask. Found in the Porta Romana necropolis. Inv. 3500. Helbig 3150. Guida p. 88-89. NSc 1909, 179. Museo Ostiense. First and second century AD.

Small bust and two antefixes. Museo Ostiense.

Decoration of a temple in the Castrum. Top left: antefix with Silenus (Inv. 3381). Top right: antefix with maenad (Inv. 3383). Second row: antefix with Silenus (Inv. 3314). Third and fourth row: revetment (bottom left: Inv. 3305). Helbig 3167. Guida p. 88. Museo Ostiense. Fourth or third century BC.

Top: lamps and a money-box. The money-box has a depiction of Fortuna in an aedicula. Inv. 3526. Found in the Terme di Nettuno (II,IV,2). Guida p. 91. Bottom: a lamp for ten wicks in the shape of a boat with depictions of Isis, Serapis and Harpocrates (referring to the Navigium Isidis). Found in the Caupona di Fortunato (II,VI,1). Inv. 3218. Helbig 3149. Guida p. 85. NSc 1909, 119. Museo Ostiense.

Left and right. Two small theatre masks. Inv. 3525 (comic mask of an old slave) and 3522 (tragic mask). Helbig 3153. Guida p. 90. Centre. Statuette of the sleeping Telesphoros, son of Asklepios, between two altars. Found in a tomb of the Porta Romana necropolis. Inv. 3516. Helbig 3151. Guida p. 90. Museo Ostiense.

Left and right. Two small theatre masks. Inv. 3523 (tragic mask) and 3524 (comic mask). Helbig 3153. Guida p. 90. Centre. Vessel in the shape of a ram. Inv. 3521. Helbig 3152. Guida p. 91. Museo Ostiense.

Votive group, with the depiction of a snake, Aesculapius, and two goddesses on a couch (perhaps Ceres and Proserpina). It may be related to a lectisternium, a meal at which the gods were thought to be present, lying on a lectus. Found in the rooms to the south of the palaestra of the Terme del Foro (I,XII,6). Museo Ostiense.
Statue of a seated woman. Museo Ostiense.