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Head Statue Of Athena

Head Statue Of Athena

A closeup view of the head statue of Athena, the Greek goddess associated with wisdom, skills, and warfare. The statue is made of marble and originates from Leptis Magna, a historical site located in Tripolitania, Libya. It dates back to the end of the 5th century BC, showcasing the timeless beauty and craftsmanship of ancient Greek art. The head of the statue is the focal point, capturing the exquisite details and intricacies of Athena's visage. The statue's head is isolated against a black background, emphasizing its prominence and allowing the viewer to focus solely on the majestic features of the sculpture. Athena is depicted with a serene expression, reflecting her wisdom and stoic demeanor. Her eyes, carved with precision, exude a sense of keen intelligence and depth.

Image ID#: 8995 / Category: Architecture, Arts / Price: 499$
Head Statue Of Athena
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