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exguyparis: Athens, National Archeological Museum, Bust of Antinoos, from Patra. Detail. AD 130-138 - Ministry of Culture, Archaeological ...

exguyparis: Athens, National Archeological Museum, Bust of Antinoos, from Patra. AD - Ministry of Culture, Archaeological .

.:. 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.

Marble statue of Hermes Copy of work attributed to Polykleitos The left hand, tip of nose, and tips of some fingers of the right hand are restored. Roman copy or adaptation of a Greek statue of the late 5th or early 4th century BCE.

Marble statue of Hermes Copy of work attributed to Polykleitos The left hand, tip of nose, and tips of some fingers of the right hand are restored. Roman copy or adaptation of a Greek statue of the late or early century BCE.

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.

loss-of-control: Alexander’s the Great’s Head, c.338-36 BCE

necspenecmetu: Euphranor, Group Philip and Alexander the Great in Quadriga, Roman copy, det. Alexander’s Head, BCE