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.:. Archaeological Museum of Delphi: The statue of Antinoos: This well preserved sculpture (only the forearms are lacking) portrays Antinoos, the youth from Bithynia whom Emperor Hadrian loved passionately until his premature death.

Archaeological Museum of Delphi: The statue of Antinoos: This well preserved sculpture (only the forearms are lacking) portrays Antinoos, the youth from Bithynia whom Emperor Hadrian loved passionately until his premature death.

Head of an athlete wearing a “taenia”; the head was originally part of a full-length statue but was added to a modern bust by its restoer. The head is either modeled on a Greek original of about 470 -460 BC or is a new Roman creation in a Classicising style. (Source Museum WEB Site) Roman marble sculpture 1st century BC or AD London, The British Museum | Egisto Sani - Flickr.com

Head of an athlete wearing a “taenia”; the head was originally part of a full-length statue but was added to a modern bust by its restoer. The head is either modeled on a Greek original of about 470 BC or is a new Roman creation in a Classicising style.