The Diadumenos ("diadem-bearer"), together with the Doryphoros (spear bearer)
, are two of ... Jump up ^ Pliny's Natural History, xxxiv.55f; Philopseudes, 18,
Fragments of a marble statue of the
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Statue of athlete binding his hair with a fillet (
Jan 12, 2015
statue, a Roman copy of the
Polykleitos, Doryphoros (Spear-Bearer), Early Classical Period, Roman marble copy after a Greek bronze original from c. 450-440 B.C.E. (Museo Archaeologico ...
This is a copy of 100 BC of the famous bronze original of
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Subject Description: Pliny described this figure as "a supple youth," named the "
Man binding his hair (
The frontal view of the marble sculpture shows the tree branches used as a support system for this marble sculpture. Both arms are raised and both hands are ...