This bronze Daedalic statuette, perhaps of Apollo, dates from the 7th century circa 630 BC and is approximately 6 inches high. Here can be seen an Omphalos, representing the navel of the earth. Delphi was considered to be the center of the earth since it was the meeting point of two eagles, released in opposite directions by Zeus.

This bronze figure represents Odysseus, bound to the belly of the ram, escaping from the lair of Polyphemus. This bronze statue of Apollo dates to circa 550-40 BC.