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Palazzo Massimo alle Terme (Museo Nazionale Romano), Rome, Italy

Artist/Maker Copy after Phidias (Greek, 5th century BC)

So-called “Tiber Apollo”. Marble, Roman copy after a Greek original dated ca. 450 BC, reign of Hadrian or Antoninus (117–/195 AD).

Dimensions H. 222 cm (7 ft. 3 ¼ in.)

Credit line From the Tiber river, near Ponte Massimo, Rome

Accession number Inv. 608

Location First floor

Photographer/Source Jastrow (2006)

Apollo, Tiber Massimo 608

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