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Boy in a Toga
Africano marble, Red porphyry, Alabaster. XVI century
Anonymous
Boy in a Toga
Africano marble, Red porphyry, Alabaster. XVI century
Anonymous

This figure was restored in the seventeenth century or later to take the form of a young orator holding a scroll in his right hand. He wears an ornate toga with a horizontal contabulatio across the ch [+]

Antinous of Bithynia
Marble. 130 - 150
Anonymous
Antinous of Bithynia
Marble. 130 - 150
Anonymous

Antinous (c. 105-130AD), the Emperor Hadrian’s favourite, was deified with the name of Osiris to commemorate his death in the Nile and he was venerated as a god under the Roman Empire. By the fifteent [+]

Bust of Hercules
Carrara marble. XVIII century
Anonymous
Bust of Hercules
Carrara marble. XVIII century
Anonymous

Hercules, who defeated the Nemean lion in his first Labour, used his impregnable crocodile’s skin as a cuirass and a lion’s head as a helmet. Alexander the Great was represented in a similar manner fo [+]

Boy in a Toga (without a head)
White marble. S XVII - XVIII century
Anonymous
Boy in a Toga (without a head)
White marble. S XVII - XVIII century
Anonymous

The folds of the toga are meticulously carved in this copy of a classical sculpture, while the style of the clothing is characteristic of the first century AD. Very similar sculptures are to be found [+]

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