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English: Hercules and the Mares of Diomedes, terracotta relief by Johann Gottfried Schadow, ca. 1790 -- model for one of the tondos of the Brandenburg Gate.
Deutsch: Johann Gottfried Schadow: Herkules und die Rosse des Diomedes, Relief, gebrannter Ton, um 1790 - Modell für einen der Tondi am Brandenburger Tor.
Date terracotta: ca. 1790; photo: 2007-11-16
Source Skulpturensammlung, Bode-Museum Berlin - eigene Fotografie (own photo)
Author terracotta: Johann Gottfried Schadow; photo: James Steakley


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