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Head (Berber) (300 BCE), Greek bronze & bone (courtesy the Trustees of the British Museum)

Head (Berber) (300 BCE), Greek bronze & bone (courtesy the Trustees of the British Museum)

Marble portrait of Alexander the Great Hellenistic Greek, 2nd-1st century BC, said to be from Alexandria, Egypt, British Museum | Flickr - P...

Marble portrait of Alexander the Great Hellenistic Greek, 2nd-1st century BC, said to be from Alexandria, Egypt, British Museum | Flickr - P...

Roman bronze runner statue | Herculaneum before the eruption 79 a.d. Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Napoli

Roman bronze runner statue | Herculaneum before the eruption 79 a.d. Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Napoli

ancientart:  The Croatian Apoxyomenos—A Bronze Athlete. It is thought to be a Hellenistic or Roman replica after a original from the 4th century BC. This statue was discovered in 1996 by a recreational diver, who came across it lying 45m deep in the Adriatic Sea. Photo taken by MOSSOT while it was on display at the Louvre. Courtesy the Croatian Conservation Institute.

ancientart: The Croatian Apoxyomenos—A Bronze Athlete. It is thought to be a Hellenistic or Roman replica after a original from the 4th century BC. This statue was discovered in 1996 by a recreational diver, who came across it lying 45m deep in the Adriatic Sea. Photo taken by MOSSOT while it was on display at the Louvre. Courtesy the Croatian Conservation Institute.

HELLENISTIC GREEK HEAD OF A YOUNG GIRL:       DATE:  2nd Century BC   CULTURE:  Greek, Hellenistic Greek  CATEGORY:  Sculpture  MEDIUM:  Terracotta #ancient art #art

HELLENISTIC GREEK HEAD OF A YOUNG GIRL: DATE: 2nd Century BC CULTURE: Greek, Hellenistic Greek CATEGORY: Sculpture MEDIUM: Terracotta #ancient art #art

Head of an Athlete (Apoxyomenos) c. 2nd–1st century B.C.						Hellenistic or Roman, probably after Lysippos (Greek, c. 365–c. 310 B.C.)

Head of an Athlete (Apoxyomenos) c. 2nd–1st century B.C. Hellenistic or Roman, probably after Lysippos (Greek, c. 365–c. 310 B.C.)

Bronze Head of Poseidon/Antigonos Doson, 227-221BCE. This bronze piece of Poseidon, made between 227-200 BCE, was a mystery until the MFAH acquired a silver coin minted during the reign of King Antigonos Doson, who portrayed himself as Poseidon for reestablishing Macedonia's supremacy over the sea. His beard suggest the turbulence of waves and his fillet serves as both a headband and sort of crown.

Bronze Head of Poseidon/Antigonos Doson, 227-221BCE. This bronze piece of Poseidon, made between 227-200 BCE, was a mystery until the MFAH acquired a silver coin minted during the reign of King Antigonos Doson, who portrayed himself as Poseidon for reestablishing Macedonia's supremacy over the sea. His beard suggest the turbulence of waves and his fillet serves as both a headband and sort of crown.

Terracotta head of Dionysos (1st century BC), Greek

Terracotta head of Dionysos (1st century BC), Greek

Head of a goddess or queen Greek, Ptolemaic, Hellenistic Period, about 300–270 B.C.

Head of a goddess or queen Greek, Ptolemaic, Hellenistic Period, about 300–270 B.C.

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