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  • English: Bust of Herodotus. 2nd century AD. Roman copy after a Greek original. On display along the portico of the Stoa of Attalus, which houses the Ancient Agora Museum in Athens.
  • Français : Buste d'Hérodote, IIe s. p. C., Stoa d'Attale, Musée de l'Agora antique d'Athènes, n°S270.
  • Italiano: Busto di Erodoto. Copia romana del secolo II d.C. di un originale greco. Esposto nel porticato dello Stoà di Attalo, sede del Museo dell'antica agorà ad Atene.

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