A Mykonian pelican and a Trojan Horse

A pelican welcomes visitors to the waterfront of Mykonos. Mykonos is a Greek island of the Aegean, a member of the Cyclades Archipelago. Although the island is not mentioned in the New Testament, it is a place of deep history, a part of the Roman empire and contributor to the larger cultural milieu. Archaeologically, it was here that the famous "Mykonos vase" was found. On it, one of the earliest known depictions of the Trojan Horse (about 675-650 BC).*

As for the pelican, he's just looking for handouts.

For details of the vase, see Miriam Ervin, "A Relief Pithos from Mykonos", Deltion, 18, 1963, 37-75. You can find a link to the article here.

*See "Wooden Horse" in Jenny March, Dictionary of Classical Mythology (Oxbow, 1998): 494-5.