Category:Bronze Head of Hypnos from Civitella d'Arna (Bronze 267)

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Bronze Head of Hypnos from Civitella d'Arna 
Bronze head of Hypnos (god of sleep), 1st - 2nd century AD, copy of a Hellenistic original, found at Civitella d'Arno (near Perugia, Italy), British Museum, London (15700866386).jpg
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  • Civitella d'Arna
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  • 20.32 cm
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Bronze Head of Hypnos from Civitella d'Arna (en); Hypnos (British Museum Nr. 267) (de); Ύπνος (Βρετανικό Μουσείο, αρ. 267) (el)

The Bronze Head of Hypnos is a Roman copy of an ancient Greek statue found at Civitella d'Arna near Perugia in central Italy. Widely copied since its discovery in the early nineteenth century, it has been part of the British Museum's collection since 1868.