Roman Bust Attributed to Philip V of Macedon

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Massimo Manzo
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published on 01 March 2020
Roman Bust Attributed to Philip V of Macedon Download Full Size Image

A bust of a warrior, sometimes identified as Philip V of Macedon (238–179 BCE). Roman copy made c. 220 - 179 BCE, after a Pergamene original made c. 200 BCE. Found near the River Tiber, Rome. From the National Roman Museum -Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, in Rome.

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Massimo Manzo
Massimo is a freelance journalist and history writer based in Italy. He’s a contributor to several magazines of historical and scientific divulgation.

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Manzo, M. (2020, March 01). Roman Bust Attributed to Philip V of Macedon. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/11948/roman-bust-attributed-to-philip-v-of-macedon/

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Manzo, Massimo. "Roman Bust Attributed to Philip V of Macedon." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified March 01, 2020. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/11948/roman-bust-attributed-to-philip-v-of-macedon/.

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Manzo, Massimo. "Roman Bust Attributed to Philip V of Macedon." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 01 Mar 2020. Web. 24 Jul 2024.

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