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Farnese Hercules from the Baths of Carcalla

Description: The view of the statue is from the right front and shows the figure from the knees up. The figure's head is seen in profile and his right arm held behind his back. His head is bent downward and the lion pelt is visible underneath the statue's left arm.
Date: [0200..0225]
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Farnese Hercules from the Baths of Carcalla

Description: The frontal view of this nude muscular figure leans on a wooden post which is draped with the pelt of a lion. The man has curly hair and his head is bent slightly forward. He has a full beard.
Date: [0200..0225]
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Herm of Hercules with Lionskin

Description: A statue of a man emerges from the herm, a tapered pilaster. The figure holds a lion skin over his left shoulder. In his right hand he holds a tool or weapon at his side. The figure of the nude man is heavily bearded with curly hair.
Date: unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Relief with Apollo, Athena and the Muses

Description: This view of the marble relief consists of four full figures and a partial figure at the far right edge. The figures are wearing draped clothing and more drapery is behind their heads. The figures are seen frontally and head to toe.
Date: unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Diadoumenos, Roman marble copy of a Greek bronze sculpture by Polykleitos

Description: The frontal view of the marble sculpture shows the tree branches used as a support system for this marble sculpture. Both arms are raised and both hands are missing. The figure is in a contrapposto pose and the male nude figure wears a headband around his short curly hair. The marble is a light creamy color with little discoloration in this frontal view.
Date: unknown
Creator: Polykleitos
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Hera from the Farnese Collection

Description: The head of the statue is shown in close detail. The damaged condition of some of the edges of the heavily draped garment are shown. The head is in three-quarters profile with the wavy hair and the statue's brimmed hat.
Date: [-0450..-0400]
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Hera from the Farnese Collection

Description: The female statue holds her right arm up with an object in her hand. Her left arm hangs loosely at her side and her left hand holds her garment. She wears a heavily draped garment and her wavy hair is topped with a brimmed head covering.
Date: [-0450..-0400]
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Head of Aphrodite

Description: The female head is slightly turned and this view is straight into the face. The hair is wavy and held in place with a band. The color of the marble is a warm yellow. A tendril of hair curves around the neck and shoulder.
Date: [-0490..-0430]
Creator: Phidias
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Roman copy of Greek Aphrodite Genetrix

Description: The view shows the entire front side of the sculpture. It depicts a female figure with one arm raised and holding onto a draped piece of fabric readying to cover her head. Her gown reveals one breast and her weight is on her left leg and her right arm is raised. She holds an object in her left hand.
Date: -0400~
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Colossal Head of Artemis

Description: The female head is seen from the front right side. The wavy hair is held in place with a band. The gaze is slightly downward.
Date: [-0440..-0400]
Creator: Alkamenes
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Doryphoros

Description: This detail view of the sculpture shows the genitalia of the man represented. Also visible is the palm of his right hand.
Date: [-0450..-0400]
Creator: Polykleitos
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Goddess of the Farnese Collection

Description: The full-length statue is clothed in drapery with her weight on her left leg. She wears a crown and holds her right hand outward, palm up. The view of the statue is from the front. The marble is a warm creamy color.
Date: unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Hera from the Farnese Collection

Description: The view shows the feet and the bottom edge of the heavily draped garment of the statue. The feet are visible in their sandals.
Date: [-0450..-0400]
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Athena from the Farnese Collection

Description: This detail view of the female statue shows her head to her waist. The close view of the hat shows the winged animals and the Gorgoneion amulet and the snakes are shown. The waves in the figure's hair as well as her facial features are clearly shown in this view. The marble is a creamy white with portions of it yellowish.
Date: unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Hera from the Farnese Collection

Description: The view is from the thighs up and straight into the face of the statue. The details of the heavily draped garment are shown. In the statue's left hand, she holds her garment. In her raised right hand, she holds a cylindrical object.
Date: [-0450..-0400]
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Athena from the Farnese Collection

Description: The view of the female statue is from the right side. The face is seen in profile. The marble is a creamy white with some areas darker. One winged animal is visible on her hat and the broken fingers on her right hand are visible. She wears heavily draped clothing and sandals. Her left arm is bent at the elbow and she holds a staff. The coiled snakes and the Gorgoneion amulet are visible as well.
Date: unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Omphalos Apollo, Roman copy of Greek original

Description: The full frontal view shows the compromised condition of the statue with its areas of reconstruction and discoloration to the marble as well as the extensive damage to the nose and face. Both arms are missing below the elbows.
Date: unknown
Creator: Kalamis
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Doryphoros

Description: This detail view is extremely close of the figure's right hand and the support.
Date: [-0450..-0400]
Creator: Polykleitos
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Doryphoros

Description: The statue is seen here in 3/4 length view. His face is turned away. A large visible crack can be seen in his wrist. The texture of the marble is mottled and pale in color.
Date: [-0450..-0400]
Creator: Polykleitos
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design