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Geoffrey Marchal
published on 20 August 2018

Plate Campana, 1st century, Rome, Horti Sallustiani, Terracotta with remains of paint. Musée du Cinquantenaire (Brussels, Belgium). Made with CapturingReality.

Facade of a Corinthian style building, probably a gymnasium, with five statues in the crossings. In the center, Hercules, on the left two boxers, on the right an athlete cleaning himself with a strigil and another, victorious, holding a palm. The statues copy Greek works from the circle of Lysippus.

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