Greek Roman and Etruscan sculpture art: 1) Dancing Faun from Pompeii, bronze statue (Naples National Archeological Museum, Italy); 2) Wine Pot, Naples; 3) Faun with the infant Bacchus, bronze statue, Naples; 4) Medicean Venus, marble sculpture, 1st century BC, by Kleomenes (?), after the original by Praxiteles from the beginning of 3rd century BC (Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence); 5) Equestrian statue of Marcus Nonius Balbus, marble sculpture, 2nd half of the 1st century BC (Naples, National Archaeological Museum); 6) Cesi Juno, Roman marble copy of earlier Hellenistic work (Capitoline Museum, Rome); 7) Apollo Belvedere, marble sculpture, ca. 120 - 140, copy of bronze original of ca. 350 - 325 BC (Vatican Museums); 8) Agrippina the Elder (14 BC - 33), Roman marble statue (Vatican Museums); 9) Etruscan boy with a goose, Etruscan bronze statue (Dutch National Museum of antiquities, Leiden, Netherlands); 10) Statue of Young Centaur signed by Aristeas and Papias, marble sculpture, Hadrianic period 117-138 AD (Capitoline Museum, Rome); 11) Borghese Gladiator, Greek marble sculpture by Agasias of Ephesus, about 100 BC (Musée du Louvre, Paris); 12) Farnese Hercules, marble sculpture by Glykon (reproduced from the original by Lysippos), c. 216 AD (Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples); 13) Augustus of Prima Porta, marble sculpture, 1st century AD (Vatican Museums); 14) Egyptian goddess Isis, marble sculpture, Hadrianic period 117-138 AD (Capitoline Museum, Rome); 15) Relief from the Tituis Arch (Roman Forum, Rome). Wood engravings, published in 1897.
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