Sirens from Poet as Orpheus with Two Sirens, Greek, made in Taras, South Italy, about 350 - 300 B.C. Terracotta and pigment.

In Greek mythology, the singing of the sirens lured sailors to their deaths; thus the creatures have general funerary connotations. (Getty)

Courtesy & currently located at the Getty Villa, Malibu, California. Photo taken by Mary Harrsch.

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