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The Three Graces (by FdC Foto)

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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.

Antinous as Dionysus | Roman version of an existing type, rather than a direct copy of a lost Greek original of the 3rd c. BC | 3rd c. AD | Marble | The British Museum | London (UK)

God of the grape harvest, wine making and wine, of ritual madness, fertility, theatre and religious ecstasy in ancient Greek religion and myth. The British Museum.

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

Marble head of an athlete Period:Mid-Imperial, Antonine Date:ca. 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.