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[Braccio Nuovo, (Vatican City). The river Nile]
[Musei Capitolini: Palazzo dei Conservatori, (Rome, Italy). Old shepherdess]
[Museo Capitolino, (Rome, Italy). "Priestess", from Villa Adriana, Tivoli]
[Museo Capitolino, (Rome, Italy). Dying Gaul]
[Museo Capitolino, (Rome, Italy). Old Centaur, from an Hellenistic original by Aristeas of Aphrodisias in collaboration with Papias]
[Museo Capitolino, (Rome, Italy). Old woman drinking]
[Museo Capitolino, (Rome, Italy). Young Centaur, from an Hellenistic original by Aristeas of Aphrodisias in collaboration with Papias]
[Museo Nazionale Romano Palazzo Altemps, (Rome, Italy). Gaul and wife man's head turned away from spectator]
[Museo Nazionale Romano Palazzo Altemps, (Rome, Italy). Gaul and wife man's head turned toward spectator]
[Museo Nazionale Romano Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, (Rome, Italy). "Maid of Anzio"]
[Museo Nazionale Romano Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, (Rome, Italy). Hellenistic ruler, bronze]
[Museo Nazionale Romano Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, (Rome, Italy). Venus of Cyrene. From a Hellenistic original]
[Museo Nazionale Romano Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, now in Palazzo Altemps (Rome, Italy). Seated Muse, from a Hellenistic original]
[Museo Pio-Clementino, (Vatican City). Laokoon, detail of head. By Agesander of Rhodes in collaboration with Athenodorus and Polydorus]
[Museo Pio-Clementino, (Vatican City). Posidippus, from a IV century B.C. original]
[Museo Pio-Clementino, (Vatican City). Triton, from an Hellenistic original. School of Pergamum]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Borghese warrior, so-called, detail of head. By Agasias of Ephesus]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Borghese warrior, so-called, from side and back, left. By Agasias of Ephesus]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Borghese warrior, so-called, left side. By Agasias of Ephesus]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Fragments of frieze from Temple of Diana Leucophryne, Magnesia on the Meander: Combat of Greeks and Amazons. From Hellenistic period]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Silenus with infant Dionysus]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Venus of Melos]
[National Museum, (Athens, Greece). Aphrodite of the sword, from Epidaurus]
[National Museum, (Athens, Greece). Portrait head, bronze, fragment from Anticythera]

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