Jacques

Jacques

Posted on 11/02/2008


Photo taken on June  5, 2007


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PICT17060ac Paris Statue 340 - 330 B.C. Rear View

PICT17060ac Paris Statue 340 - 330 B.C. Rear View
Statue immersed discovered on the sea ground; Museum comment: Bronze statue of a youth from the Antikythera shipwreck; The figure has been identified with Perseus, who would have been holding the head of Medusa; More probably, however, it depicts Paris, who would have been holding the 'Apple of Strife', ready to award it to the most beautiful goddess Aphrodite; Attributed to the Sikyonian sculptor Euphranor; About from 340 - 330 B.C. Athens Archaeological Museum

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guenievre
guenievre
Jolie photo mais pourquoi tourne-t-il le dos?
9 years ago.
Jacques has replied to guenievre
Beauté légendaire de Paris! Je vois que tu es légitimement intriguée! Je le préfère peut-être sous cet angle, qui sait? merci guenievre!
9 years ago.
Evangrek63
Evangrek63
Yes,the Ephebus of Antikythira..!! So nice
9 years ago.
Jacques has replied to Evangrek63
The Greek perfection in natural reproductions (humans or animals), thank You Evan!
9 years ago.