The dying warrior terracotta head from Temple of Aphaia

The dying warrior terracotta head from Temple of Aphaia

1910

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Our production, accademic copy of the famous “Dying warrior” (fallen Trojan warrior, probably Laomedon), figure E-XI of the east pediment of the Temple of Aphaia, ca. 490-480 BC.
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.
Room 7 (Saal der Westgiebelgruppe des tempels von Ägina)
Inv. 85

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Height 9.06 in 23 cm
Width 12.99 in 33 cm
Length 12.99 in 33 cm
Weight 11.02 lbs 5 Kg
Historical period Between 500 and 480 BC
Manufacturing Recuperando srl
Material Terracotta Impruneta (Florence)

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Western pediment of the Temple of Atena Afaia in Egina, 490-480 b.C.


 

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