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4 th - 5 th century B.C. More Classical Greek Art. “Warrior A,” bronze with bone and glass eyes, silver teeth and copper lips, (c. 460-450). Discus thrower ( Diskobolos ), Myron (Roman copy after original bronze of c. 450 B.C.) marble.

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discus thrower diskobolos myron roman copy after original bronze of c 450 b c marble
Discus thrower (Diskobolos), Myron (Roman copy after original bronze of c. 450 B.C.) marble
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Hermes and the infant Dionysos, Praxiteles or his followers (roman copy after 4th century B.C. original) marble
aphrodites of knidos praxiteles composite of two roman copies after c 350 b c original marble
Aphrodites of Knidos, Praxiteles (composite of two roman copies after c. 350 B.C. original) marble
the scraper apoxyomenos lysippos roman copy after original bronze of c 330 b c marble
The scraper (apoxyomenos), Lysippos(roman copy after original bronze of c. 330 B.C.) marble
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Alexander the great (head from a Hellenistic copy, c. 200 B.C., of a statue possibly after a 4th century B.C. original by Lysippos) marble fragment

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Alexander the great confontsdarius III at the battle of Issos, from pompeii (roman mosaic after a greek painting of c. 310 B.C. perhaps by Philoxenos or Helen of Egypt)