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Apollo from the House of Citharist

Apollo from the House of Citharist

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Date: -0450~
Creator: unknown
Description: The standing nude male has one arm at rest and his left is bent at the elbow. He holds an object in his right hand. His hair is shoulder length and curly. The patina is a rich green and textured.
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Apollo from the House of Citharist

Apollo from the House of Citharist

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Date: -0450~
Creator: unknown
Description: The bronze statue is seen from the knees up and from the right side. The texture on the bronze is visible as is the object the figure is holding in his right hand. The head is seen in profile.
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Apollo from the House of Citharist

Apollo from the House of Citharist

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Date: -0450~
Creator: unknown
Description: The view of the bronze statue is from the front and from the thighs up. The statue's patina is a rich green and textured. The figure has shoulder-length curly hair and the construction of the eyes is visible.
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Apollo from the Tiber

Apollo from the Tiber

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Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Total from front left of sculpture entitled Apollo from the Tiber. Roman copy of Hadrianic or Antonine era (117-192 AD). Found in the Tiber, from the Greek Classical Period.
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Apollo from the Tiber

Apollo from the Tiber

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Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Bust-length from front right of sculpture depicting Apollo from the Tiber. Roman copy of Hadrianic or Antonine era (117-192 AD). Found in the Tiber, from the Greek Classical Period.
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Apollo Sitting on the Omphalos

Apollo Sitting on the Omphalos

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Date: -499/-400
Creator: unknown
Description: The view is of the entire sculpture from the right front. The young male figure has long wavy hair. His right arm reaches out gently with an object in his palm. The lower half of his body is draped. His toes are visible. The marble varies from light brown to almost white. There is a large rust colored area on the figure's chest.
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Apparition of St. Peter and St. Paul

Apparition of St. Peter and St. Paul

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Date: unknown
Creator: Raphael
Description: None
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[Approaching La Guaira]

[Approaching La Guaira]

Date: unknown
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of the approach to La Guaira, Venezuela. In the foreground, a woman poses on the deck of a boat. The boat is in the water with the shore in the background. The shore rises up into mountainous terrain.
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Aqueduct of Emperor Valens

Aqueduct of Emperor Valens

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Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: General view from South of the Aqueduct of Emperor Valens (r.364-378). 26.5m high at highest point. From the Roman Imperial Period.
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Aqueduct of Emperor Valens

Aqueduct of Emperor Valens

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Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Closer view of one arch, showing brickword of the Aqueduct of Emperor Valens (r.364-378). 26.5m high at highest point. From the Roman Imperial Period.
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