Category:Iberian sculptures from Osuna

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Bull of Osuna 
Toro íbero de Osuna (M.A.N. Madrid) 01.jpg
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Instance of sculpture
Material used
LocationNational Archaeological Museum of Spain, Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain
  • Unknown
Location of discovery
Inventory number
  • 42.5 ±0.01 centimetre
  • 108 ±1 centimetre
  • 64 ±1 centimetre
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English: The so-called Sculptures of Osuna were found in the ancient Iberian town of Urso, nowadays Osuna (Province of Sevilla, Andalusia, Spain). They are classified into two groups: A, from the 3rd century BC, and B, from the end of the 2nd to the first third of the 1st century BC. Most of the pieces are at the National Archaeological Museum of Spain (Madrid).
Español: Las llamadas Esculturas de Osuna fueron halladas en la antigua ciudad ibera de Urso, actual Osuna (Provincia de Sevilla, Andalucía, España). Están agrupadas en dos conjuntos: A, del siglo III a.C., y B, de fines del siglo II al primer tercio del siglo I a.C. La mayoría de las piezas se encuentran en el Museo Arqueológico Nacional de España (Madrid).


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