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Mimmo JodicePeplophoros, Cuma, 1991stampa al carbone su carta cotone 70x70 cmLe foto di Mimmo Jodice in mostra a Modena Source

Mimmo JodicePeplophoros, Cuma, 1991stampa al carbone su carta cotone 70x70 cmLe foto di Mimmo Jodice in mostra a Modena Source

Mimmo Jodice Volto da Atene, 1993 stampa al carbone su carta cotone 70x50 cm courtesy l’autore, Le foto di Mimmo Jodice in mostra a Modena - Il Post

Mimmo Jodice Volto da Atene, 1993 stampa al carbone su carta cotone 70x50 cm courtesy l’autore, Le foto di Mimmo Jodice in mostra a Modena - Il Post

Polyphemos Vase: The Gorgons

Polyphemos Vase: The Gorgons

Limestone male head. Greek. Late 6th century B.C. | The Metropolitan Museum

Limestone male head. Greek. Late 6th century B.C. | The Metropolitan Museum

Marble head of Epikouros, 2nd century A.D.. Roman. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1911 (11.90) #mustache #movember

Marble head of Epikouros, 2nd century A.D.. Roman. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1911 (11.90) #mustache #movember

marcellograssi:  Marcello Grassi - Scavi di Ercolano, 2014

marcellograssi: Marcello Grassi - Scavi di Ercolano, 2014

Mummy Portrait of a girl AD 50-70 Roman Egypt (Source: The British Museum)

Mummy Portrait of a girl AD 50-70 Roman Egypt (Source: The British Museum)

hismarmorealcalm: “ Kephisodotos Busto di divinita femminile Greek 4th century B.C. ”

hismarmorealcalm: “ Kephisodotos Busto di divinita femminile Greek 4th century B.C. ”

Roman fresco depicting Diana the huntress recovered from Vesuvian Ash in Stabiae 1st century BCE-1st century CE

Roman fresco depicting Diana the huntress recovered from Vesuvian Ash in Stabiae 1st century BCE-1st century CE

138-192. marble head of an Athlete, wearing a fillet around his tightly curled locks. roman copy of ca. 450 BCE Greek bronze statute, The contrast of smooth polished flesh against the deeply drilled hair was a Roman aesthetic. Mid-Imperial, Antonine,

138-192. marble head of an Athlete, wearing a fillet around his tightly curled locks. roman copy of ca. 450 BCE Greek bronze statute, The contrast of smooth polished flesh against the deeply drilled hair was a Roman aesthetic. Mid-Imperial, Antonine,

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