Author photo. Roman copy after a Greek bronze original from 330 BC, <br>Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy<br> (Credit: Marie Lan-Nguyen, 2006)

Roman copy after a Greek bronze original from 330 BC,
Palazzo Altemps, Rome, Italy
(Credit: Marie Lan-Nguyen, 2006)

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