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Artist
Copy of Boethos of Chalcedon
Description
English: Child playing with a goose. Roman copy (1st–2nd centuries AD) of a Greek original of the 2nd century BC. Marble, found in 1792 in the Quintilii Villa, by the Via Appia, not far from Rome. Other copies are now shown in the Glyptothek of Munich and in the Vatican Museums.
Français : Enfant à l'oie. Copie romaine d'époque impériale (Ier–IIe siècle ap. J.-C.) d'un original grec du IIe siècle av. J.-C. Marbre, découvert en 1792 dans la villa des Quintilii, sur la Via Appia, près de Rome. Des statues du même type existent aussi à la Glyptothèque de Munich et aux Musées du Vatican.
Dimensions H. 92.7 cm (36 ¼ in.)
institution QS:P195,Q19675
Department of Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities, Sully wing, ground floor, room 17
Accession number
Ma 40 (MR 168)
Credit line Former Braschi Collection, seized in application of the Tolentino Treaty
Source/Photographer Jastrow (2006)
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