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Delphi, bronze Charioteer (Phocis, Greece)
Delphi, head of bearded man, Delphi Museum (Phocis, Greece)
Olympia, Temple of Zeus, interior view with statue (Elis, Greece)
Olympia, sculptures of the western pediment of the Zeus Temple, Archaeological Museum (Elis, Greece)
Olympia, statue of Hermes and the infant Dionysus (Hermes of Praxiteles), Archaeological Museum (Elis, Greece)
[4th century sculptures]
[Acropolis Museum, (Athens, Greece). Head of youth, from Acropolis, Transitional art]
[Archaeological Museum, (Delphi, Greece). Greek sculpture: The Naxian Sphinx, photographed from a plaster cast in the Louvre, Paris]
[Archaeological Museum, (Delphi, Greece). The Naxian Sphinx]
[Archaeological Museum, (Olympia, Greece). Hermes with the infant Dionysus, restored cast, by Praxiteles]
[Braccio Nuovo, (Vatican City). Athena, from a V Century B.C. original]
[British Museum, (London, England). Bronze statuette of Apollo, later copy of the Apollo Philesius of Miletus. Original statue before 479 B.C. Copy not older than III century]
[Capesthorne Hall (England), Bromley Davenport Collection, bust sculpture of bearded man (a philosopher?)]
[Capesthorne Hall (England), head sculpture of man]
[Head sculpture of Apollo]
[Musei Vaticani, Sala della Biga, (Vatican City). Cnidian Aphrodite, detail of head. IV Century B.C., from an original by Praxiteles]
[Museo Archeologico Nazionale, (Naples, Italy). Regio VI, Insula 12, 2, Pompeii, Italy. House of the Faun, sculpture: "The Dancing Faun" and Winged Victory, bronze, from an Hellenistic original]
[Museo Archeologico Nazionale, (Naples, Italy). Regio VII, Insula 12, 21, Pompeii, Italy. Sculpture: from a Hellenistic adaptation, Bacchus, Narcissus so-called, bronze]
[Museo Archeologico Nazionale, (Naples, Italy). Sculpture by Polyclitus school: youth with detail of head, bronze, from a V century B.C. original. Discovered outside Pompeii, near the Vesuvius gate]
[Museo Archeologico Nazionale, (Venice, Italy). Greek sculpture: Erato, Muse of the so-called "Philiskos group" type, from an Hellenistic original]
[Museo Gregoriano Profano ex Lateranense, (Vatican City). Greek sculpture: bronze statuette of Aphrodite from Ostia]
[Museo Nazionale Romano (Rome, Italy), Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, statue of discus-thrower by Myron, Roman marble copy known as "Discobolo di Castel Porziano"]
[Museo Nazionale Romano (Rome, Italy), Terme di Diocleziano, male bust]
[Museo Nazionale Romano (Rome, Italy), Terme di Diocleziano, ox head]

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