Lion attacking a horse
Hellenistic period (323—30 BCE). In 1594 Ruggero Bascapè, learner of Michelangelo, added the horse’s head, legs, and tail, as well as the lion’s rear legs. Rome, Capitoline Museums, Palazzo dei Conservatori, Marcus Aurelius ExedraPhoto by Sergey Sosnovskiy

Lion attacking a horse.

Hellenistic period (323—30 BCE). In 1594 Ruggero Bascapè, learner of Michelangelo, added the horse’s head, legs, and tail, as well as the lion’s rear legs.

Rome, Capitoline Museums, Palazzo dei Conservatori, Marcus Aurelius Exedra
(Musei capitolini, Palazzo dei Conservatori, Esedra di Marco Aurelio)

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History of Ancient Rome