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English: Portrait of Homer, known as Homer Caetani (the bust was found in the walls of the Caetani Palace at Rome). Pentelic marble, Roman copy (2nd century CE) of a Greek original (2nd century BC).
Français : Portrait imaginaire d'Homère, dit « Homère Caetani », copie romaine (IIe siècle) d'un original grec du IIe siècle av. J.-C.).
Ελληνικά: φανταστική προτομή του Ομήρου, ρωμαϊκό αντίγραφο (2ος αιώνας) του αυθεντικού ελληνικού (2ος αιώνας π.Χ.)
|Dimensions||H. 53 cm (20 ¾ in.)|
|Department of Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities, Sully, ground floor, room 17|
|Accession number||Former Albani Collection; bought by Clement XII in 1733; seized by the French in 1797, according to the Tolentino Treary; exchanged in 1815|
|Credit line||Ma 440 (MR 530)|
|Public domainPublic domainfalse|
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|Date and time of data generation||16:19, 3 May 2004|
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|File change date and time||16:19, 3 May 2004|
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|Scene type||A directly photographed image|
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