Farnese Diadumenos


Farnese Diadumenos

The Farnese Diadumenos is a 1st century AD, slightly smaller than lifesize, Roman marble copy of Polyclitus's Diadumenos sculpture. Once held by the Farnese family, it is now held at the British Museum. [Accession number GR 1864.10-21.4 (Cat. Sculptures 501)]

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