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Glyptothek, Munich, Germany

Artist/Maker Unknown
Greek warrior, figure E-III of the east pediment of the Temple of Aphaia, ca. 485/0 BC.
Dimensions H. 157 cm

Credit line Figures of the pediments of the Temple of Aphaia were found in 1811, and acquired in 1813 by Ludwig I of Bavaria for the Glyptothek.

Accession number Inv. 87

Location Room 9 (Saal der Ostgiebelgruppe des tempels von √Ągina)

Photographer/source User:Bibi Saint-Pol, own work, 2007-02-08

Athena Aphaia

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