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English: Iconography named after a bronze bust found in a garden at Herculaneum, on the south side, in 1754. Originally and mistakenly called "Seneca", it was renamed to "Pseudo-Seneca" once the mistake was discovered. It was proposed that it might represent poet Hesiod instead.
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