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English: [Laocoon]] group, by Hagesandros, Athanadoros and Polydoros, Rhodian artists, c. 170– 150 BC. Marble.
Location: Laocoon chamber, Octogon court, Pio-Clementino Museum, Vatican.
Français : Groupe du Laocoon, par Hagesandros, Athanadoros et Polydoros, sculpteurs rhodiens, vers 175-150 av.J.-C.
Localisation : cabinet du Laocoon, cour de l'Octogone, musée Pio-Clementino, Vatican
Date July 2007
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