Category:Dying Gaul

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Deutsch: Sterbender Gallier (Kapitolinische Museen)
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English: Dying Gaul
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Español: Galata moribundo (Museos Capitolinos)
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Esperanto: La mortanta gaŭlo (Kapitolaj Muzeoj)
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Français : Galate mourant (parfois intitulé le "Gladiateur mourant").
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Italiano: Galata morente (in passato noto come "Gladiatore morente").
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Magyar: Haldokló gallus
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Polski: Umierający Gal (Muzea Kapitolińskie)
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Português: Gaulês moribundo (Museus Capitolinos)
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Dying Gaul  wikidata:Q848790 reasonator:Q848790
Artist
Copy after Epigonos
Dying Gaul
Title
Untitled, known as Dying Gaul
Series title Pergamene Gauls Edit this at Wikidata
Object type statue
object_type QS:P31,Q179700
Genre heroic nudity Edit this at Wikidata
Description
The Dying Gaul is one of the best-known and most important works in the Capitoline Museums. It is a replica of one of the sculptures in the ex-voto group dedicated to Pergamon by Attalus I to commemorate the victories over the Galatians in the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC. The identity of the author of the original is unknown, but it has been suggested that Epigonus, the court sculptor of the Attalid dynasty of Pergamon, may have been its creator.
Date 1st century BC
date QS:P571,-050-00-00T00:00:00Z/7
Medium sculpture in the round / marble
medium QS:P186,Q40861
Dimensions Length: 1.8 cm (0.7 in); Height: 0.9 cm (0.3 in); Depth: 0.8 cm (0.3 in)
dimensions QS:P2043,1.865U174728
dimensions QS:P2048,0.93U174728
dimensions QS:P5524,0.89U174728
institution QS:P195,Q333906
Current location
Palazzo Nuovo, first floor, Hall of the Galatian
Accession number
S 747
Place of discovery Villa Ludovisi Edit this at Wikidata
Object history
  • Place of discovery: Rome, Villa Ludovisi.
  • Clemente XII
References Musei Capitolini. Statua di Galata morente. Retrieved on 2013-06-20.
Authority control
Gálata moribundo (es); Haldokló gallus (hu); Gàlata moribund (ca); Sterbender Gallier (de); Паміраючы гал (be); 垂死的高盧人 (zh); Den døende galler (da); მომაკვდავი გალი (ka); 瀕死のガラティア人 (ja); Döende gallern (sv); הגאלי הגוסס (he); 垂死的高盧人 (zh-hant); 垂死的高卢人 (zh-cn); Kuoleva gallialainen (fi); La falanta gaŭlo (eo); Umírající Gal (cs); Galata morente (it); Gaulois mourant (fr); Gaulês moribundo (pt); Mirštantis galas (lt); Umirajoči Galačan (sl); Ο Θνήσκων Γαλάτης (el); Умирающий галл (ru); Grupa Galów (pl); Døende galler (nb); De Stervende Galliër (nl); Помираючий Галл (uk); Dying Gaul (en); Ölen Galyalı (tr); Умиращият гал (bg); Gálata moribundo (gl); Gallach i mbéal báis (ga); 垂死的高卢人 (zh-hans); 垂死的高盧人 (zh-hk) Statue von Epigonos (de); sculptuur van Epigonus (nl); sculpture (en); פסל (he); Antická socha (cs); patông (ace) Galata moribundo, Galo Moribundo (es); 瀕死のガラテア人, 瀕死のガリア人 (ja); Galate mourant, Gladiateur mourant (fr); הלוחם הגוסס, הלוחם הגאלי הגוסס (he); Stervende Gallier, Stervende Galliër, De Stervende Gallier (nl); Гал, які памірае (be); Вмираючий галл (uk); The Dying Galatian, The Dying Gladiator, Dying Gaul (The Dying Galatian) (en); Den Døende Galler (da)
Dying Gaul 
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Instance ofstatue
Commemorates
  • Battle of the Caecus River
DepictsGalatians, agony, man, sitting, warrior, torc, nudity, major trauma, cornu, sword, belt, moustache, pubic hair and umbilicus
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Location Capitoline Museums, Rome, Roma Capitale, Metropolitan City of Rome, Lazio, Italy
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Inception
  • 230s BC
  • c. 220s BC (after 230 BC, before 220 BC)
Time of discovery or invention
  • 17th century
Part of the series
Width
  • 185 cm
Height
  • 73 cm
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