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File:Bust Athena Velletri Glyptothek Munich 213.jpg


Artist Unknown (Greek original by Kresilas)
Deutsch: Büste von Athena, Typus der »Pallas von Velletri« (eingesetzte Augen verloren). Kopie des 2. Jahrhunderts n. Chr. nach einer Kultstatue von Kresilas in Athen (ca. 430-420 v. Chr.).
English: Bust of Athena, type of the “Velletri Pallas” (inlaid eyes are lost). Copy of the 2nd century CE after a votive statue of Kresilas in Athens (ca. 430–420 BC).
Français : Buste d'Athéna, type de la « Pallas de Velletri » (les yeux enchassés ont été perdus). Copie du IIe siècle ap. J.-C. d'une statue votive athénienne de Crésilas (v. 430-420 av. J.-C.).
Dimensions H. 114 cm
Room 3 (Saal des Diomedes)
Accession number Inv. 213
Credit line Found ca. 1770 in Tusculum in the Villa of Licinius Murena
Source/Photographer User:Bibi Saint-Pol, own work, 2007-02-08


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