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  • Vana-Kreeka skulptuur Merille Hommik
  • Arhailine periood Kuni a 450 eKr
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    • Nike from Delos, Athens National Museum, c. 550 BC
    • Reconstruction of the Nike of Delos
    • 1. ca 600 eKr, 2. 575-550, 3. 560, 4. 530-520, 5. 515-500, 6. 485, 7. 320
    • The statues of Kleobis and Biton mentioned by the ancient Greek historian Herodotus at BK 1.30; marble, ca. 580, from the sanctuary of Apollo at Delphi. Hgt of each figure: ca. 215 cm.
    • Kouros Anavyssos, c. 530 BC. National Archaeological Museum in Athens
    • Kouros in the National Archaeological Museum, Athens. Found on the Cycladic Island Santorini in a necropolis below Ancient Thera
    • Upper part of an equestrian Kouros, Acropolis Museum, Athens
    • Kenneth's Clark's The Nude is a classic study of this classical theme.
    • Preparing a Block of Marble to form a Kouros Sculpture. A Grid of Lines was drawn and the Figure projected. A method that was applied for some early Kouros sculptures. Diagram from S. Woodford, An Introduction to Greek Art, Cornell University Press, 1986.
    • Moschophoros: marble statue c. 570 BC. Acropolis Museum of Athens
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    • Kored ca 800-450 eKr
    • So-called Lady of Auxerre, a female statuette in the Daedalic style. Limestone with incised decoration, formerly painted, ca. 640–630 BC, made in Crete?
    • Lady of Auxerre, plaster cast at cast gallery at Classics dept. at the University of Cambridge.
    • A hypothesis about the original aspect of the "Peplum Kore" (530/520 b.C., from Athens), as goddess Artemis. On a loan by the Glyptotek in Munich for the Bunte Götter exhibition.
    • Pelopsi värvitud kored ca 530-520 eKr
    • Kore (Acr. 673). 520-510 BC. Parian marble. New Acropolis Museum
    • Kore Ateena akropolilt ca 520-510 eKr
    • Chiotissa kore, by Archermos of Chios. ca. 520-510 BC
    • Kore, ca. 530-520 BC, found on the Acropolis
    • Kore, ca. 530-520 BC, found on the Acropolis
    • Grave stele of Aristion
    • ca. 510 BCE, Marble 2.02 m, Athens, National Archaeological Museum
    • Grave stele of Aristion
    • ca. 510 BCE, Marble 2.02 m, Athens, National Archaeological Museum
    • Nn Piombino Apollon
    • Ca 540-500eKr
    • Pronks
    • h 192 cm
    • Birth of Aphrodite "Ludovisi Throne “
    • ca. 470-460 eKr. Marmor. K: 90. l: 142 cm
    • Rome, Museo Archeoligico Nazionale
  • "Ludovisi Throne“ ca. 470-460 eKr. Marmor. K: 90 cm Rome, Museo Archeoligico Nazionale
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    • Discobolus. Marble, Roman copy after a bronze original of the 5th century BC. From the Villa Adriana near Tivoli, Italy.
    • The Townley Discobolus at the British Museum, with incorrectly restored head.
    • Roman bronze reduction of Myron's Discobolos, 2nd century CE.
    • Glyptothek Munich
    • Lancellotti Diskobolos
    • a version of the ancient diskobolos by Myron (450 B.C.)
    • Museo Nazionale Romano, Palazzo Massimo, Rome.
    • As a gift of Italy to Hitler it was for some time part of the stupendous artcollections of the Glyptothek of Munich . After the war the discobolo was returned to Rome.
    • Lancellotti Diskobolos
    • Lancellotti Diskobolos
    • Myroni Athena ja Marsyas
    • Rekonstruktsioon Kopenhageni botaanikaaias
    • Marsyas des Myron, 2. Jh.
    • Marmorkopie, Rom, Vatikanische Museen
    • Myron „Athena ja Marsyas“
    • Marmork-oopiad
    • Sculptures of the west pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia. Olympia Archaeological Museum.
    • Sculptures of the east pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia. Olympia Archaeological Museum.
    • Sculptures of the west pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia: Apollo and fragments of Pirithous. Olympia Archaeological Museum.
    • Sculptures from the west pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia: Centaur and Lapith. Olympia Archaeological Museum.
  • VANA-KREEKA PLASTIKA KLASSIKALISEL PERIOODIL 5.-4. saj. eKr.
  • KÕRGKLASSIKA e kõrge stiil – 5. saj. II pool
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    • Varvakioni Athena (Rooma vähendatud koopia Pheidiase Athena Parthenosest)
    • marmor
    • National Archaeological Museum, Athens
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    • Lapith fighting a centaur. South Metope 7, Parthenon, ca. 447–433 BC.
    • Lapith fighting a centaur. South Metope 26, Parthenon, ca. 447–433 BC.
    • Lapith fighting a centaur. South Metope 27, Parthenon, ca. 447–433 BC.
    • Lapith fighting a centaur. South Metope 28, Parthenon, ca. 447–433 BC.
    • Lapith fighting a centaur. South Metope 30 , Parthenon, ca. 447–433 BC.
  • Parthenoni idafriis
    • A bearded man (probably the archon basileus) receives a folded cloth (probably the sacred peplos of Athena) from a child (probably a boy). Block V (fig. 34-35) from the East frieze of the Parthenon, ca. 447–433 BC.
    • Part of the central section of the east frieze. From left to right: Two girls carrying stools, the priestess of Athena, the Archon Basileus and a child holding the peplos.
    • Athena holding a spear (now missing) watches the procession of the Great Panathenaia; next to here, the lame god Hephaistos leans on a crutch. Block V (fig. 36-37) from the East frieze of the Parthenon, ca. 447–433 BC.
    • Olympians. l-r, Hermes, Dionysus(?), Demeter, Ares. . Block IV from the east frieze of the Parthenon, ca. 447–433 BC.
    • Cavalcade. Block XLVII from the north frieze of the Parthenon, ca. 447–433 BC.
    • Girls walking in single line; the first one on the left carries a thymiaterion (incense burner), the others oinochoai (jugs) or phiales (bowls) for libations. Block VIII (fig. 57-61) from the south frieze of the Parthenon, ca. 447–433 BC.
    • Part of the central section of the east frieze. From left to right, Iris (standing), Hera and Zeus.
    • Cattle led to the sacrifice. Blocks XLV, 137 and XLVI, 144 from the south frieze of the Parthenon, ca. 447–433 BC.
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    • The left hand group of surviving figures from the East Pediment of the Parthenon, exhibited as part of the Elgin Marbles in the British Museum.
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    • Iris. West pediment N, Parthenon, ca. 447–433 BC.
    • Reclining hero, perhaps the river-god Ilissos. West pediment A, Parthenon, ca. 447–433 BC.
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    • Orpheus, Euridyke ja Hermes
    • Hegeso hauamonumendi relfjeef
    • koopia
  • Kresilas
    • Haavatud amatsoon (rooma koopia)
    • marmor
    • 157.48 x 53.34 x 55.88 cm
  • Kresilas
    • Bust of Pericles bearing the inscription “Pericles, son of Xanthippus, Athenian”.
    • Marble
    • Roman copy after a Greek original from ca. 430 BC.
    • Musei Vaticani
    • Roman copy of Athena after original 5th century BCE Greek sculpture by Kresilas
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  • Polykleitos
    • Doryphoros
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    • Diadumenos of Polyclitus. Cast in Pushkin Museum, Moscow
    • Diadumenos, National Archaeological Museum of Athens
    • Polykleitos, The Doryphoros. Cast in Pushkin Museum, Moscow.
  • Kreeka plastika teine õitseaeg e KÕRGE STIIL 4. saj eKr
    • Head of a warrior, found in the Athena Alea temple in Tegea. From the West pediment bearing a scene of the Trojan War. By the sculptor Scopas. ca. 350-330 BC.
    • Meleager. Marble, Roman copy of the Flavian age after a Greek original attributed to Scopas. From the Palatine Hill.
    • Youth head from the Athena Alea temple in Tegea. From the East pediment bearing a Calydon boar hunt. By Skopas. Ca. 350-330 BC.
    • Skopas
    • Tantsiv menaad
  • Praxiteles
    • Sisalikutapja Apollon e Apollon Sauroktonos
  • Leochares
    • Belvedere Apollo Marble h. 2.24 m (7 ft) Roman copy of a Greek original from the fifth century BC Pio Clementino Museum, Vatican
  • Praxiteles
    • Aphrodite of Cnidus, plaster cast in Moscow Pushkin museum after original of roman marble in Capitolian Museum
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  • Praxiteles
    • Parian marble, H. 2.15 m . Archaeological museum of ancient Olympia, Greece. From the German excavations of the Heraion at Olympia, 1877.
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    • Hermes bearing the child Dionysos, by Praxiteles. Parian marble, H. 2.15 m (7 ft. ½ in.). Archaeological museum of ancient Olympia, Greece. From the German excavations of the Heraion at Olympia, 1877.
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  • Leochares
    • Belvedere Apollo. Marble, Roman copy of 130–140 CE after a Greek bronze original of 330–320 BC. Found in the 16th century.
    • Vatican museums
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  • Lysippos
    • Kaapija e Apoxyomenos
    • “ Apoxyomenos” (“the Scraper”). Marble, Roman copy of the 1st century AD after a Greek bronze original ca. 320 BC. From the Trastevere in Roma.
    • H 2,05 m
    • Vatican museums
    • Apoxyomenos, after Lysippos. plaster cast in Pushkin Museum, Moscow
    • “ Apoxyomenos” (“the Scraper”). Marble, Roman copy of the 1st century AD after a Greek bronze original ca. 320 BC. From the Trastevere in Roma.
    • H 2,05 m
    • Vatican museums
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    • Kontraposti jooned
    • The Hermes from Atalante, in the National Archaeological Museum in Athens. This 2nd century BC statue represents a deceased youth in heroic nudity, after an original dating from the 4th century AD and inspired by the lysippean style.
    • L'Ercole Farnese, conservato nel Museo archeologico nazionale di Napoli.
    • Head of Socrates (ca. 470–399 BC). Roman copy after a Greek original by Lysipp (ca. 320 v. Chr.).
    • Portrait of Socrates. Marble, Roman artwork (1st century), perhaps a copy of a lost bronze statue made by Lysippos.
    • Louvre
    • H 33,5 cm
  • Hellenistlik skulptuur 3.-1. saj eKr
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    • Portrait of a poet, best known as "pseudo-Seneca": the bust was identified for a very long time with the Roman philosopher Seneca. It was acknowledge as spurrious after the discovery of an inscripted portrait bearing Seneca's name (1813). Marble, Roman copy of the 2nd century CE after a Hellenistic original. Found in a river near Auch (France).
    • H 31 cm
    • Louvre
    • So-called Seneca. Ancient Roman bronze now at the National Archaeological Museum of Naples, Italy
    • Chrysippos of Soli, second founder of Stoicism. Marble, Roman copy after a lost Hellenistic original of the late 3rd century BC.
    • H. 35 cm
    • British Museum
    • Antisthenes. Marble, Roman copy after a Hellenistic original. From the Villa of Cassius at Tivoli, 1774.
    • Musei Vaticani
    • Bust of Euripides. Marble, Roman copy after a Greek original from ca. 330 BC.
    • Musei Vaticani
    • Portrait of Homer, known as Homer Caetani (the bust was found in the walls of the Caetani Palace at Rome). Pentelic marble, Roman copy (2nd century CE) of a Greek original (2nd century BC).
    • Louvre
    • Sleeping Hermaphroditus. Greek marble, Roman copy of the 2nd century CE after a Hellenistic original of the 2nd century BC, restored in 1619 by David Larique; mattress: Carrara marble, made by Gianlorenzo Bernini in 1619 on Cardinal Borghese's request.
    • Louvre
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    • Drunken Dionysos and satyr. Marble, Roman copy from the 2nd century CE after an Hellenistic original. Marble; original elements: heads, torsos and thighs of Dionysos and satyr, right arm of Dionysos; restored elements: legs of Dionysos and satyr, arms of the satyr.
    • Museo nazionale romano di palazzo Altemps
    • Copy of marble sculpture by Heliodorus. Ca. 100 BCE Object in the collection of the Naples Museum of Archeology
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    • Statue of the river Nile, Museo Chiaramonti, Vatican Museums, Rome. It dates to the Early Empire, the 1st Century BC.
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    • Surev gallialane
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    • So-called Ludovisi Gaul and his wife. Marble, Roman copy after an Hellenistic original from a monument built by Attalus I of Pergamon after his victory over Gauls, ca. 220 BC.
    • Dimensions H. 2.11 m
    • Palazzo Altemps (Museo Nazionale Romano), Rome, Italy
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    • Pergamon, Great Altar of Zeus
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    • Farnese härg e. Toro Farnese
    • National Archaeological Museum of Naples, Italy
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    • Melose Aphrodite
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    • Rhodians Agesander, Athenodorus and Polydorus
    • Laocoön and his sons, also known as the Laocoön Group. Marble, copy after an Hellenistic original from ca. 200 BC.
    • Musei Vaticani
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