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Gordon Arthur and Joyce Gordon at work in the Galleria Lapidaria of the Vatican Museums (Rome, Italy)
[Braccio Nuovo, (Vatican City). "Pudicizia", from Villa Mattei, Rome (Monte Celio). From an Hellenistic original]
[Braccio Nuovo, (Vatican City). Apoxyomenus, from side and front, left, from an original by Lysippus]
[Braccio Nuovo, (Vatican City). Athena, from a V Century B.C. original]
[Braccio Nuovo, (Vatican City). Augustus, from Prima Porta, Rome.]
[Braccio Nuovo, (Vatican City). Demosthenes, detail of head, profile, from an original by Polyeuctus]
[Braccio Nuovo, (Vatican City). Demosthenes, from an original by Polyeuctus]
[Braccio Nuovo, (Vatican City). Hera, or Demeter, from Ostia (Monte Celio). From a V Century B.C. original]
[Braccio Nuovo, (Vatican City). The river Nile]
[Galleria dei Candelabri, (Vatican City). Girl runner, from an original of transitional period]
[Galleria dei Candelabri, (Vatican City). Tyche of Antioch, from an original by Eutychides]
[Musei Vaticani, Galleria dei Candelabri, (Vatican City). Eros with bow, from a IV Century B.C. original]
[Musei Vaticani, Galleria dei Candelabri, (Vatican City). Ganymede, from a IV Century B.C. original]
[Musei Vaticani, Sala della Biga, (Vatican City). Cnidian Aphrodite, detail of head. IV Century B.C., from an original by Praxiteles]
[Musei Vaticani, Sala della Biga, (Vatican City). Discobolus, detail of head, from an original by Myron]
[Musei Vaticani, Sala della Biga, (Vatican City). Standing Discobolus]
[Museo Chiaramonti, (Vatican City). Dancing girl, relief. Neo-Attic school]
[Museo Chiaramonti, (Vatican City). Greek sculpture: fragment of dancing girl relief, from the Esquiline, Rome and Daughter of Niobe from Tivoli, Villa Adriana]
[Museo Chiaramonti, (Vatican City). Horseman, fragment of relief. V Century B.C.]
[Museo Lateranense, now in Museo Pio Cristiano (Vatican City). Fragment of a sarcophagus found in San Sebastiano]
[Museo Pio-Clementino, (Vatican City). "Pyrrhic dance", frieze fragment from Palestrina. Neo-Attic School]