Eleusis (Elefsina) Museum
Eleusis (Ελευσίς) Archaeological Museum is a small museum, located on the low hill above the Telesterion. It shelters artifacts unearthed in the the excavations in the surrounding site, ranging in age from Neolithic to Byzantine times.
- Stone age statuettes (left) and with depiction from the Odyssey: Odysseus and his men driving a stake into the Cyclops' eye. Proto-Attic amphora from the West Cemetery. 7th c BC.
- Fleeing maiden. Female statue from the pediment of the Sacred House. 490-480 BCE.
- Archaic Kouros (left), 6th c. BCE; and Statue of Demeter, attributed to the sculptor Agorakritos' workshop. Circa 420 BCE. (right)
- Persephone Kore (Roman copy - left); Statue of Asklepios dedicated by Epicrates son of Pamphilos. 320 BCE; Hellenistic nude male statue.
- Kore with Ionian himation and chiton. 4-3 c. BCE (left); headless statue (center); Archaistic statue of maiden carrying a bowl (right).
- Bust of Athena emerging from lotus (left); Statue of Antinoos, in the tip of Asklepios or Dionysos, 2nd c. BCE (center); Caryatid from the Lesser Propylaia. Late 1st c. BCE (right);
- Large amphorae from the Geometric period.