Bronze symbol of Tanit, the Phoenician Goddess found in 2014 at the Freres College dIg in Sidon, Lebanon. The artifacts are from various periods, the oldest is a public building from the 3rd millenium BCE.
Phoenician grinning mask (5th century BCE) found in San Sperate, Sardinia, on display at the National Archaeological Museum of Cagliari. It's an example of the "sardanios ghelos", the sardonic laugh mentioned by Homer and others in ancient times.
The Lady of Baza (fourth century BCE) is a famous example of Iberian sculpture by the Bastetani. It is a limestone female figure with traces of painted detail in a stuccoed surface that was found on July 22, 1971 , at Baza, in the northeast of the province of Granada. The town of Baza was the site of the Iberian city of Basti. She is seated in an armchair, and an open space on the side is thought to have contained ashes from a cremation.