Centaur, clay statuette (900-875 BCE) found in fragments in a burial at Lefkandi (Euboea, Greece). It’s the oldest three-dimensional representation of a centaur. Among the distinctive features, the right hand with 6 fingers and an injury to his left knee. This detail recalls the myth of Chiron, tutor of Hercules, which was accidentally wounded by an arrow shot by his disciple.
The statuette is on display at the Museum of Eretria (Greece)