Stock Photo - Delphi, Phocis, Greece. Delphi Archaeological museum. Detail of cult statue of Antinoos or Antinous, circa 111-130, Bithynian-Greek youth and lover of the Roman emperor Hadrian. After his untimely death Hadrian proclaimed Antinoos a deity. This cult statue of the youth was erected in Delphi and excavated in excellent condition. Many other statues of Antinous have been found throughout the area of the Roman Empire,.

Stock Photo: Delphi, Phocis, Greece. Delphi Archaeological museum. Detail of cult statue of Antinoos or Antinous, circa 111-130, Bithynian-Greek youth and lover of the Roman.

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