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English: Copy of Silanion
Français : Copie de Silanion
Italiano: Copia di Silanion
English: Plato. Luni marble, copy of the portrait made by Silanion ca. 370 BC for the Academia in Athens. From the sacred area in Largo Argentina, 1925.
Français : Platon. Marbre de Luni, copie du portrait exécuté par Silanion pour l'Académie d'Athènes vers 370 av. J.-C. Provenance : aire sacrée du largo Argentina, 1925.
Italiano: Plato. Marmo lunense, copia del ritratto da Silanion per l'Accademia ad Atene 370 a.C. ca. Dall'area sacra di Largo Argentina, 1925.
Centrale Montemartini, second floor, Sala Macchine
Accession number MC 1377
Source/Photographer Marie-Lan Nguyen ( User:Jastrow) 2009


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