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Statue of a prince or dynast without crown, traditionally thought to be a Seleucid prince, maybe Attalus II of Pergamon Bronze Greek Hellenistic era, 3rd-2nd centuries BCE,National Museum of Rome

Statue of a prince or dynast without crown, traditionally thought to be a Seleucid prince, maybe Attalus II of Pergamon Bronze Greek Hellenistic era, centuries BCE,National Museum of Rome - History of Macedonia - the ancient kingdom of Greece

(Venus Accroupie),  2nd century. Musée du Louvre, Paris, France

Aphrodite statue, type of "Crouching Aphrodite" - marble from Roman period, based on original from Greek area circa c. BC - at the Louvre Museum

The Croatian Apoxyomenos (Scraper), bronze, 3rd century BC; a recent discovery, a snorkeling tourist found this statue off the Croatian coast in 1999. This statue shows an athlete scraping the sweat and oil off his hand or his thigh with a now lost strigil.

The Croatian Apoxyomenos (Scraper), bronze, century BCE; a recent discovery, a snorkeling tourist found this statue off the Croatian coast in This statue shows an athlete scraping the sweat and oil off his hand or his thigh with a now lost strigil.

Roman, Head of an Athlete (Apoxyomenos) c. 2nd–1st century B.C.E. Hellenistic or Roman, probably after Lysippos (Greek, c. 365–c. 310 B.C.) Kimbell Art Museum

bronze head of an athlete, roman, c. probably after lysippos (greek, BC), (photo: kimbell art museum)