Antinous with a globe.

Marble. 130 CE.
Height 2.24 m.

Tripoli, The Jamahiriya Museum

Origin:
From Leptis Magna.
Description:
The parts of the more ancient sculpture of Apollo with the support (tripod and snakes) are supplemented with a big figure (2.24 m). The new figure (the head is crowned with ivy) leans on the globe.
Credits:
© Image, text: Slovar’ antichnosti. / Per. s nem. — M.: Progress, 1989 (to article “Globus”)
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