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Closeup Of The Head Statue Of Marsyas

Closeup Of The Head Statue Of Marsyas

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Closeup of Ancient Roman Marble Head Statue of Marsyas from Tarsos from the 3rd century BCE, Marsyas was the Phrygian satyr who was skinned alive when he challenged Apollo to a musical contest and lost.
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Category: Architecture, Arts

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