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English: Hercules. Gilded bronze, Roman artwork, 2nd century BC.
Français : Statue d'Hercule. Bronze doré, œuvre romaine, IIe siècle av. J.-C. Découverte au Forum Boarium au XVe siècle.
Italiano: Statua di Ercole con in mano i pomi delle Esperidi. Bronzo dorato, creazione romana del II sec. a.C. Rinvenuto nel Forum Boarium, XV sec.
Dimensions H. 2.41 m (7 ft. 10 ¾ in.)
Palazzo dei Conservatori, Marcus Aurelius Exedra
Accession number MC 1265
Credit line Found in the Forum Boarium (Rome), 15th century
Source/Photographer User:Tetraktys (2006)


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