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Cabeza de Medusa (bronce)    Museo Nazionale Romano (Palazzo Massimo alla terme di Diocleziano)  Época de Calígula 37-41 a.C.

Cabeza de Medusa (bronce) Museo Nazionale Romano (Palazzo Massimo alla terme di Diocleziano) Época de Calígula 37-41 a.C.

An Antefix with the Head of a Gorgon, Greek, late 6th century B.C.

An Antefix with the Head of a Gorgon, Greek, late 6th century B.C.

Apollo Temple at Didyma, Turkey. Medusa Gorgo head from the frieze. The temple at Didyma was designed by Greek architects Paeonios of Ephesos and Daphnis of Milet. Construction began around 313 BCE and lasted until 40 CE. 118.34 x 60.13 m   Archaeological Site, Didyma, Turkey

Apollo Temple at Didyma, Turkey. Medusa Gorgo head from the frieze. The temple at Didyma was designed by Greek architects Paeonios of Ephesos and Daphnis of Milet. Construction began around 313 BCE and lasted until 40 CE. 118.34 x 60.13 m Archaeological Site, Didyma, Turkey

Anse de cratère à volutes - Grèce archaïque, VIe siècle avant J.-C.   | Site officiel du musée du Louvre

Anse de cratère à volutes - Grèce archaïque, VIe siècle avant J.-C. | Site officiel du musée du Louvre

Глава Медузы Горгоны из Спарты

Глава Медузы Горгоны из Спарты

Bronze and silver Medusa from a shield. 2nd-3rd AD. MMoCA.315 from the Musee d'Art Classique at Mougins. http://www.mouginsmusee.com/

Bronze and silver Medusa from a shield. 2nd-3rd AD. MMoCA.315 from the Musee d'Art Classique at Mougins. http://www.mouginsmusee.com/

A colossal frieze sculpture of a gorgon's head at Didyma, the ancient sanctuary of the twin deities Artemis and Apollo. The earliest level of the sacred site appears to date to 8th century BCE. Sacked by the Persians in 494 BCE, this particular sculpture is from the later Hellenistic building layer of the site, which rose around 300 BCE, when Alexander's former generals had become the Greek-speaking kings of the region.

A colossal frieze sculpture of a gorgon's head at Didyma, the ancient sanctuary of the twin deities Artemis and Apollo. The earliest level of the sacred site appears to date to 8th century BCE. Sacked by the Persians in 494 BCE, this particular sculpture is from the later Hellenistic building layer of the site, which rose around 300 BCE, when Alexander's former generals had become the Greek-speaking kings of the region.

Bronze portrait of Alexander the Great. Greek or Roman, Late Hellenistic to Hadrianic, ca 150 B.C - A.D. 138.

Bronze portrait of Alexander the Great. Greek or Roman, Late Hellenistic to Hadrianic, ca 150 B.C - A.D. 138.

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