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This 3D printed replica of Roman-era Pentelic marble copy of Polykleitos' Doryphoros on display at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Although a bit battered and missing part of his left arm, he is still considered among the best-preserved copies in existence. To learn more about him, please see this link: Khan Academy. Also, you can check out the Wikipedia page. The MIA’s Doryphoros, dating from the 1st century B.C., is a Roman marble copy of a Greek bronze sculpture that was made between 450 B. Roman Era, Education Information, 1st Century, Bronze Sculpture, Minneapolis, Statue Of Liberty, Masterpiece, 3d Printing, Sculptures
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3D Printed Doryphoros By Polykleitos At The Minneapolis Institute Of Art

This 3D printed replica of Roman-era Pentelic marble copy of Polykleitos' Doryphoros on display at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Although a bit battered and missing part of… 
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