Yannis Kourtzellis

Yannis Kourtzellis

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This Roman statue of a resting athlete, pays homage to a lost Greek bronze original. Replicated by many famed sculptors through the ages and said to represent various gods from Jason to Mercury to Her

Hermes Fastening his Sandal Bonded Marble Statue

Mercury (Hermes), Roman statue (marble), copy after Hellenistic original (bronze) by Lysippos, 2nd century AD, (original 4th c. BC), (Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen).

Roman marble statue of Hermes/ Mercury copied from an Hellenistic bronze original by Lysippos, from the century BC. This copy is currently in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen.

Nikopolis Museum: Hermes Bronze statuette from Nikopolis,Roman period Archeological Museum of Nikopolis,Prevenza,Epirus,Greece

Nikopolis Museum: Hermes Bronze statuette from Nikopolis,Roman period Archeological Museum of Nikopolis,Prevenza,Epirus,Greece

Hellenistic Bronze Statuette of Hermes. Culture : Greek, Hellenistic. Period : middle of the 4th century B.C., ca. 340 - 330 B.C.) Material : Bronze. | © Phoenix Ancient Art 2011

Hellenistic Bronze Statuette of Hermes. Period : middle of the century B. 340 - 330 B.

Hellenistic bronze nude Poseidon (Neptune)

Hellenistic bronze nude Poseidon (Neptune)

Bronze statuette of a huntsman, probably representing Alexander the Great, Hellenistic, 250 BC-100 BC  The British Museum

Visit Macedonia - The Ancient Greek Kingdom - Bronze statuette of a huntsman, probably representing Alexander the Great Hellenistic, 250 BC, The British Museum