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pallade atena

pallade atena

Athena (“Minerva of Arezzo”), 300 - 270 BC; bronze and copper. (Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Firenze).

Athena (“Minerva of Arezzo”), 300 - 270 BC; bronze and copper. (Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Firenze).

Atenea Autor: Mirón Fecha: 450 a.C. Museo: Stadelsches Institut de Frankfurt  Grecia Material: Mármol

Atenea Autor: Mirón Fecha: 450 a.C. Museo: Stadelsches Institut de Frankfurt Grecia Material: Mármol

Athena Hope-Farnese. This statue of Athena is a Roman copy of a Greek original of the late 5th century BCE. The elaborate helmet of the Goddess is inspired by the one of Athena Parthenos in the Parthenon. Restored are the arms, animals on the helmet and cheekpieces, and some aegis snakes. Roman period, Height 224 cm. Naples, National Museum.

Athena Hope-Farnese. This statue of Athena is a Roman copy of a Greek original of the late 5th century BCE. The elaborate helmet of the Goddess is inspired by the one of Athena Parthenos in the Parthenon. Restored are the arms, animals on the helmet and cheekpieces, and some aegis snakes. Roman period, Height 224 cm. Naples, National Museum.

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