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Youth from Antikythera, 4th century BC bronze statue, possibly by Praxiteles, National Archaeological Museum, Athens. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:NAMA_X15118_Marathon_Boy_7.JPG

myancientworld: “ The Youth from Antikythera, Greek original, dated around 340 BC. This bronze statue was found in a shipwreck off Antikythera, which was the area of an ancient Roman shipwreck. There is debate as to who the figure is;

Colossus of Constantine

Colossus of Constantine

The Antikythera Ephebe is a bronze statue of a youth, Athens, National Archaeological Museum

Young Zeus inspo The Antikythera Ephebe is a bronze statue of a youth, Athens, National Archaeological Museum

Маски, изображающие демонов, клались в могилы финикийцев. Они должны были охранять умерших от злых духов. Карфагенская погребальная маска, Сицилия. VIII— VI вв. до н. э.

Carthaginian mask, Fifth-fourth century BC, terracotta, Bardo National Museum, Tunis. A good depiction of a pure Northern Semitic face.

Statue of a prince or dynast without crown, traditionally thought to be a Seleucid prince, maybe Attalus II of Pergamon Bronze Greek Hellenistic era, 3rd-2nd centuries BCE,National Museum of Rome

Statue of a prince or dynast without crown, traditionally thought to be a Seleucid prince, maybe Attalus II of Pergamon Bronze Greek Hellenistic era, centuries BCE,National Museum of Rome - History of Macedonia - the ancient kingdom of Greece

Marble Statue of Aphrodite in the Metropolitan Museum of Art - Greek, Hellenistic, 2nd century BC

Marble Statue of Aphrodite in the Metropolitan Museum of Art - Greek, Hellenistic, century BC Vionett was inspired from Greek art.

The Three Graces, Hellenistic, c. 2nd-1st Century BC  Graces (or Charites) are goddesses of charm, beauty, nature, human creativity and fertility. They are, from youngest to oldest: Aglaea (“Splendor”), Euphrosyne (“Mirth”) and Thalia (“Good Cheer”).

They are, from youngest to oldest: Aglaea (“Splendor”), Euphrosyne (“Mirth”) and Thalia (“Good Cheer”). The Three Graces, Hellenistic, c. Century BC Graces (or Charites)

BERLIN PAINTER (attributed to) Attic Red-Figure Bell-Krater Circa 500-490 BC Etruria Athens

anthropologyyy: “ BERLIN PAINTER (attributed to) Attic Red-Figure Bell-Krater Circa BC Etruria Athens ” Another of those kraters which would have stimulated table talk for.

Nemrut or Nemrud is a 2,134 m (7,001 ft) high mountain in southeastern Turkey, notable for the summit where a number of large statues are erected around what is assumed to be a royal tomb from the 1st century BC. The name is a relatively modern one, dating back to the Middle Ages. In Armenian legend, Hayk defeated the Biblical king Nimrod (equated with Bel) and buried him in these mountains.

Ancient Turkish Gnomes LOL Nemrut or Nemrud (Turkish: Nemrut Dağı) is a m ft) high mountain in southeastern Turkey, notable for the summit where a number of large statues are erected around what is assumed to be a royal tomb from the century BC.

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