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Early Roman Statue Of Poseidon

Early Roman Statue Of Poseidon

A close-up view of an Early Roman statue depicting Poseidon, the god of the sea, dating back to the 1st century BCE. In this sculpture, Poseidon's upper body is the focal point. Poseidon's mantle is draped over his left shoulder, adding a sense of movement to the statue. The statue, originating from Byblos, holds historical significance as the city was known for its role in the papyrus trade, as its Greek name "Byblos" suggests. This artifact from the 1st century BCE not only serves as a representation of Poseidon but also stands as a testament to the artistry and cultural exchanges of the time.

Image ID#: 31200 / Category: Arts, Architecture / Price: 499$
Early Roman Statue Of Poseidon
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