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Head of Ares/Mars. Roman copy (early 3rd cent. AD) after a lost bronze original by the Greek sculptor Alkamenes (ca. 420 BC). Now in the Capitoline Museums.

Marble head of Ares, a copy of the Severian period after a Greek bronze original by Alkamenes dated 420 BC God of war, bloodshed, and violence. The son of Zeus and Hera, he was depicted as a beardless.

Nisus and Euryalus (detail)Jean-Baptiste RomanMusée du Louvre, Paris

antonio-m: “ Nisus and Euryalus Jean-Baptiste Roman Musée du Louvre, Paris ”

Unknown Artist (Roman), Marble head of an athlete, c. 138-192.

Marble head of an athlete Period:Mid-Imperial, Antonine Date:ca.D. Culture:Roman Medium:Marble Dimensions:H. This head of a youth wearing a fillet (band) must have belonged to the statue of a victorious athlete.