Antinous with a globe
Marble. 130 CE.
Height 2.24 m.
Tripoli, The Jamahiriya Museum

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”)
Keywords: γλυπτική sculptura sculpture sculptural scultura skulptur ρώμη rome roma rom αυτοκρατορικό πορτρέτο imperial portrait ritratto imperiale kaiserliches porträt portrait impérial ἀντίνοος αντίνοος antinous antinous antinoös antinoius youth antinoo antinoos antinoüs απεικόνιση portraiture ritrattistica porträtmalerei portrait roman portraiture ritrattistica romana römisches porträt portrait romain antinous with a globe marble statue of antinoius antinoos antinoo apollo phoebus globus sphere snake serpent snakes serpents tripod ivy from lepcis lepsis leptis magna tripoli
History of Ancient Rome