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English: Copy after Cresilas
Français : Copie de Crésilas
English: Head of Pericles, made to fit in a statue. Marble, Roman copy of a Greek work of the 1st century AD after a 429 BC Greek original. From Lesbos.
Français : Tête de Périclès, conçue pour être insérée dans une statue. Marbre, copie romaine du Ier siècle ap. J.-C. d'après un original du Ve siècle av. J.-C. Provenance : Lesbos.
Dimensions H. 54 cm (21 ¼ in.)
Accession number Sk 127
Source/Photographer Gunnar Bach Pedersen (January 2007)


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