File:NAMA 332 Bearded god 2.JPG

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Euphron (?)
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Français : Portrait d'un dieu barbu, en marbre pentélique. Trouvé au Pirée, dans le sanctuaire d'Eetioneia. Il représente Zeus ou Hermès. C'est peut-être la tête d'un hermès dédié par Python d'Abdère en Thrace, œuvre du sculpteur parien Euphron. 450-440 av. J.-C.
English: Head of a bearded god, found in Peiraeus, in the sanctuary of Eetinoeia. Perhaps the head of an herm dedicated by Python of Abdera, a work by the Parian sculptor Euphron. 450-440 BC.
institution QS:P195,Q637187
Department of Sculptures
Accession number
332
Source/Photographer Marsyas (2007)
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