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Roman Bronze Sculpture from the Napoli region (Herculaneum, Pompei)

Roman Bronze Sculpture from the Napoli region (Herculaneum, Pompei)

Figure of a Goddess, 5th-4th centuries BC, Bronze, Umbria, Europe, Harvard Art Museums

Figure of a Goddess, 5th-4th centuries BC, Bronze, Umbria, Europe, Harvard Art Museums

Marcus Aurelius, Bronze, Louvre    Fragment of a bronze portrait. Roman artwork, after 170 CE.

Marcus Aurelius, Bronze, Louvre Fragment of a bronze portrait. Roman artwork, after 170 CE.

Head from a bronze statue of the Roman Emperor Alexander Severus, A.D. 222-235, Arcaeological Museum in Dion, Greece, 2009. Photo: Sofia Eulgem.

Head from a bronze statue of the Roman Emperor Alexander Severus, A.D. 222-235, Arcaeological Museum in Dion, Greece, 2009. Photo: Sofia Eulgem.

"Discobolus" the ancient Greek sculptor Myron was the most famous masterpieces of the classical period. The Greeks defeated the Persians in the Battle of Marathon, came the desired peace and artists, to maintain a spirit of optimism, began to create new masterpieces in a more realistic manner. The original statue is made of bronze and is stored in the National Roman Museum.

"Discobolus" the ancient Greek sculptor Myron was the most famous masterpieces of the classical period. The Greeks defeated the Persians in the Battle of Marathon, came the desired peace and artists, to maintain a spirit of optimism, began to create new masterpieces in a more realistic manner. The original statue is made of bronze and is stored in the National Roman Museum.

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