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Diadumenos

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The Diadumenos ("diadem-bearer"), together with the Doryphoros (spear bearer) , are two of ... Jump up ^ Pliny's Natural History, xxxiv.55f; Philopseudes, 18, praising the Diadoumenos f...

Fragments of a marble statue of the Diadoumenos (youth tying a ...

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Fragments of a marble statue of the Diadoumenos (youth tying a fillet around his head). Copy of work attributed to Polykleitos. Period: Early Imperial, Flavian.

Copy of work attributed to Polykleitos | Fragments of a marble statue ...

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Fragments of a marble statue of the Diadoumenos (youth tying a fillet around his head). Copy of work attributed to Polykleitos. Period: Early Imperial, Flavian.

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Marble statue of an athlete binding his hair (diadoumenos), found on Delos, Cyclades. Copy from about 100 BC of an original from 450-425 BC. Statue of an  ...

Diadoumenos, Roman marble copy of a Greek bronze sculpture by ...

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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 ...

Diadoumenos

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This is a copy of 100 BC of the famous bronze original of Diadoumenos by the Argive sculptor Polykleitos (about 450-425 BC). This statue, which is mentioned ...

The diadoumenos of delos - National archaeological museum of ...

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SCULPTURE The Diadoumenos . The statue (h. 1.95 m.) depicts a young athlete, fixing the fillet around his head. It is a Roman copy of the famous bronze ...

Polykleitos' Diadoumenos - HubPages

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Jan 12, 2015 ... The Diadoumenos, which means "[man] tying on a diadem," is a beautiful sculpture by Polykleitos of Argos in the High Classical period of of ...

Another Copy of the Diadoumenos by Polykleitos - jstor

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statue, a Roman copy of the Diadoumenos of Polykleitos. The original was, as we know, one of the most highly esteemed works of antiquity, famous for its ...

Polykleitos: Diadoumenos, Doryphoros and Hermes - JStor

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Polykleitos: Diadoumenos, Doryphoros and Hermes*. DOROTHY KENT HILL. PLATES 3-4. Important recent acquisitions of the Walters Art. Gallery are two ...

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Terracotta statuette of the Diadoumenos (youth tying a fillet around ...

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Period: Hellenistic. Date: 1st century B.C.. Culture: Greek. Medium: Terracotta. Dimensions: 11 7/16in. (29cm). Classification: Terracottas. Credit Line: Fl...

Diadoumenos (Sculpture)

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Subject Description: Pliny described this figure as "a supple youth," named the " Diadoumenos," literally, man binding his head. He notes that it was famous for ...

Diadoumenos - Ancient Greece

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Man binding his hair (Diadoumenos). This statue is a good example of the classical Greek pose of contrapposto where one leg bears the weight of the body  ...