Chimera of Arezzo
Bronze. First half of the 4th century BCE.
Height ca. 80 cm.
Florence, National Archaeological MuseumPhoto by Ilya Shurygin

Chimera of Arezzo.

Bronze. First half of the 4th century BCE.
Height ca. 80 cm.

Florence, National Archaeological Museum
(Museo archeologico nazionale di Firenze)

Origin:
From Arezzo. Found in 1553 outside Porta San Lorentino, it was immediately brought to Florence to join the collections of Duke (later Grand Duke) Cosimo I de’Medici (1519—1574) and set up in the hall of Leo X in Palazzo Vecchio. In 1718 it passed to the Uffizi Gallery and in 1871 it was transferred to the Florence Archaeological Museum.
Credits:
© 2010. Photo: Ilya Shurygin.
Data: museum information materials.
Keywords: γλυπτική sculptura sculpture sculptural scultura skulptur ετρουρία ετρουσκική etruria etruscan etrusco etruskisch étrusque ελληνική μυθολογία mythologia graeca greek mythology mitologia greca griechische mythologie grecque χάλκινο bronze bronzo bronzeo bronzen bronze chimera from arezzo
History of Ancient Rome