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Sculpture by Philippe Morel.

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Bronze Statue of a Man. ca. mid 2nd-1st century BCE. Greek, Hellenistic. Bronze. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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Detail: Corybante Stifling the Cries of Jupiter. 1878. Louis Leon Cugnot. French 1835-1894. bronze.

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Apoxyomenos: Croatian Apoxyomenos (2nd – 1st century B.C.). Archaeological Museum in Zagreb. The antique bronze statue of an athlete, 192 cm tall, taken from the sea bed between the islet of Vele Orjule and the island of Lošinj on 27 April 1999.

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AFRODITA (Olímpico). Diosa del amor, la belleza y el deseo. Los símbolos incluyen la paloma, el pájaro, la manzana, la abeja, el cisne, el mirto y la rosa. Hija de Zeus y de la oceánide Dione, o tal vez nacida de la espuma del mar después de que la sangre de Urano goteara sobre la tierra y el mar tras ser derrotado por su hijo menor Crono. Casada con Hefesto, aunque tuvo muchas relaciones adúlteras, en especial con Ares.

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Heroic Head of a Barbarian (probably a Gaul) 2nd century CE Roman copy of 250-180 BCE Greek original reportedly from Trajan's Forum (3) | by mharrsch

Heroic Head of a Barbarian (probably a Gaul) 2nd century CE Roman copy of 250-180 BCE Greek original reportedly from Trajan's Forum (3)

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Villa Adriana en Tivoli, un clásico del arte romano. La villa fue creada en Tibur (actual Tívoli) como lugar de retiro de Roma por el emperador Adriano en el siglo II. Era un complejo de más de 30 edificios en una extensión de al menos un kilómetro cuadrado, gran parte de la cual aún está sin excavar. Elija entre todos los hoteles en Roma y decida viajar hoy mismo. La ciudad italiana lo espera para mostrarle toda su magia.

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Diskobolos (discus thrower) 2nd century CE Roman copy of 450-440 BCE Greek bronze by Myron recovered from Emperor Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli ...

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"Horses of Saint Mark" Basilica in Venice, is a set of Late Classical or Roman Imperial bronze statues, originally part of a monument depicting a quadriga (a four-horse carriage used for chariot racing). It is certain that the horses... were long displayed at the Hippodrome of Constantinople; they were looted by Venetian forces as part of the sack of the capital of the Byzantine Empire in the Fourth Crusade (1204). | http://unilitacagli.blogspot.it/2013/01/24-gennaio-2013-carlo-migani.html

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“Horses of Saint Mark.” Bronze. Attributed to the Greek sculptor Lysippos, 4th century BCE. Venice, Basilica of St. Mark.

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Rome, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Dionysus, found in the Tiber at Rome

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Hellenistic Date: 3rd–2nd century B.C. Culture: Greek Medium: Bronze

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Antinous Mondragone. c.130 AD. Roman. marble. Louvre Museum.

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Presumed bust of Plato, bronze,1st century BCE. Roman replica of a Hellenistic original. On display at the National Archaeological Museum of Naples (Italy)

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Head of a Bearded Man, Marble, Greek, !60-150 BC, Getty Villa, Malibu, USA

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Head of a Youthful Male Pakistan (ancient region of Gandhara), 4th-5th century

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Terracotta relief showing Bellerophon fighting the Chimera. Melos, c.450 B.C.

Kingdoms of Anatolia - Karkkissa / Caria

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Marble head of a Roman woman Imperial period 1st century CE copy of a Hellenistic statue of the 3rd or 2nd century BCE (1)

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athenian-kore-andonis-katanos - Dark Places of Wisdom

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** KORE 674, parte trasera

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Kore (female statue) is the name given to a type of ancient Greek sculpture from the Acropolis Archaic period (600 – 480 BCE). There are multiple theories on who they represent, and as to whether they represent mortals or deities. One theory is that they represent Persephone, the daughter in the triad of the Mother Goddess cults or figures to attend the maiden goddess.

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Pere Lachaise Cemetery, Paris

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L'oeuvre "Natacha" de Jean-Pierre Augier

Jean-Pierre Augier - Jean-Pierre Augier Sculpteur

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Spider web veil! (Image source unknown.) That is cool! Makes me want to go find a statue with a web and get my own shot. More

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Bury me deep inside your heart @ Vienna, Austria

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