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Nov. 11, 1970 - 'APHRODITE' FACES TEST OF IDENTITY: Scientific tests may be made in an attempt to identify the battered marble head at the British Museum
Roman civilization, 3rd century A.D. Head of Apollo Liceo. Roman copy of an original by the Praxitelean School.  Aquileia
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Female statue , MC inv 1125, from an original of the school of Praxiteles from the 4th century BC, pentelic marble, Capitoline museums, Rome, Italy
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Head of Ganymede. Detail from a Roman statue of Ganymede with the eagle, after a Greek original from the Praxiteles school of the 3rd century BC
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Copy of the Head of Aphrodite by Praxiteles, (the Kaufmann head); 150 BC; Louvre Museum. considered to be the most accurate
Satyr resting, Roman copy in marble from the original by Greek sculptor Praxiteles, 4th century BC. Roman Civilisation.  Roma, Museo Capitolino
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Aphrodite Braschi, 1st century bC, marble statue, copy after a Greek statue of Praxiteles. Greek and Roman civilisation.  Monaco
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GREEK ART OF APHRODITE 325 ACTESTA OR MARBLE SCHOOL Artemis by Praxiteles  Taranto, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeological Museum)
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Statue of Ganymede with the Eagle. Roman, after a Greek original from the Praxiteles school of the 3rd century BC. According to Homer
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Head of a half figure of Eros, 2nd century. Roman, after a Greek original of c330s BC, by Praxiteles. In Greek mythology, Eros was the God of Love
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Creator: Praxiteles (Greek, c. 400BC-c. 330BC), attributed to
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Venus de Praxitèle - II th century - Collection Richelieu - Louvre Museum Paris
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Venus de Praxitèle - II th century - Collection Richelieu - Louvre Museum Paris
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Rome. Italy. The Ludovisi Cnidian Aphrodite, Palazzo Altemps. Museo Nazionale Romano. . Roman copy of the Greek original by Praxiteles (c. 350 BC)
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Torso of the Aphrodite of Knidos type, Roman copy after the Greek statue by Praxiteles, 4th century BC, marble. Roman civilisation, 2nd century AD
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Venus de Praxitèle - II th century - Collection Richelieu - Louvre Museum Paris
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Copy of the Head of Aphrodite by Praxiteles, (the Kaufmann head); 150 BC; Louvre Museum. considered to be the most accurate
Mar. 03, 1956 - U.S. Minister for Treasure Mrs . Ivy Baker preset who arrived in Greece some days ago has visited between several other places the museum in...
Apollo Sauróctonos, work by Praxiteles preserved in the Vatican Museums
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Capitoline Museum in Palazzo dei Conservatori. This marble bust found near the Auditorium closely resemble the portrait of the Greek dramatist Menander by the...
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