Votive Stele to Kakasbos

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Geoffrey Marchal
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published on 06 April 2020
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The votive stele from Smyrna is dedicated to Kakasbos, an Anatolian rider-god who appears wielding a club. In antiquity, Kakasbos was associated with the Greek god Herakles (better known as Hercules). 2nd or 3rd century CE, sandstone. Smyrna, Asia Minor. Museum of Art History (Musée du Cinquantenaire), Brussels, Belgium. Made with Zephyr3D Lite from 3DFlow.

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