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The Belvedere Torso, the 2nd century BC, Vatican Museums, Rome

Farnese Bull Group, roman copy of 2nd or 1st century B.C. original, attributed to Apollonios of Tralles and brother Tauriskos

Hermaphrodite, roman copy of 2nd century B.C. original

Apollo del Belvedere, roman copy of a late 4th century B.C. original by Leochares

Farnese Hercules, 3rd century A.D. work by Glycon after a 4th century B.C. work by Lysippos

Detalle de "El rapto de la sabina" de Gianbologna (Loggia dei Lanzi, Forencia)

Detalle de "El rapto de Proserpina" de Bernini (1621-22)

The Belvedere Torso -- 1st Century BCE -- Apollonios of Athens -- Marble, height 159 cm. -- Thought to represent Philoctetes, the Greek archer and friend of Ulysses. Studied & admired by Michaelangelo who refused to restore it. On display in the "Sala Delle Muse" @ the Vatican Museum.

Estatua de mármol de un joven (s. I d.C.). Copia romana de un original griego del s. V a.C.