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English: So-called “Alcibiades”, ideal male portrait. Roman copy after a Greek original of the Late Classical period; the hermaic pillar and the inscription (“Alcibiades, son of Cleinias, Athenian”) are modern additions.
Français : Portrait masculin idéalisé, traditionnellement identifié comme celui d'Alcibiade. Copie romaine d'un original grec du second classicisme. Le pilier hermaïque et l'inscription (« Alcibiade, fils de Clinias, Athénien ») sont des ajouts modernes.
Español: “Alcibíades”, retrato idealizado, copia romana de un busto griego classico. El soporte y su inscripción (Alcibíades, hijo de Clinias, Ateniense) se añadieron posteriormente.
Date 4th century BC (original)
Medium marble
Palazzo dei Conservatori, Hall of the Triumphs
Accession number MC 1160
Credit line Formerly in the Vatican; gift of Pius V, 1566
Source/Photographer Marie-Lan Nguyen (2006)
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