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Comparison of Greek & Roman Sculpture Senior Humanities Seminar Greek Roman Freestanding Sculpture Doryphoros , Polykleitos, 5 th Century BCE Augustus of Prima Porta , c. 20-10 BCE Greek Roman Doryphoros , Polykleitos, 5 th Century BCE

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Comparison of Greek & Roman Sculpture

Senior Humanities Seminar

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Greek

Roman

Freestanding Sculpture

Doryphoros, Polykleitos, 5th Century BCE

Augustus of Prima Porta, c. 20-10 BCE

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Greek

Roman

Doryphoros, Polykleitos, 5th Century BCE

Patrician w. Busts of his Ancestors,1st cent. BCE

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Greek

Roman

Busts, c. 80 BC – 200 AD

Doryphoros, Polykleitos, 5th Century BCE

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Commemorative Sculpture

Greek

Roman

Inner Frieze from the Parthenon, 5th Century BCE

Ara Pacis Augustae, Altar, 13-9 BCE

Close Ups of Sculpture

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Greek

Roman

Imperial Procession, Ara Pacis Altar

Panathenaic Procession, Parthenon

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Greek

Roman

Column of Trajan, Victory Column, 113 CE

Metope Sculpture from the Parthenon,5th Century BCE

Close Ups of Sculpture

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Greek

Roman

Parthenon, Lapiths & Centaurs

Column of Trajan:Romans Crossing the Danube into DaciaRoman Fighting DaciansCapture of Dacian Chieftain

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