Ancient Greek Marble bust of Antinoos - Stock Image

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Marble portrait bust of Antinoos of Bithynia (Asia Minor) which was found in Patras. Antinoos was a favorite of Emperor Hadrian. After Antinoos drowned in the Nile river, Hadrian deified him and erected numerous monuments, statues, busts and portraits of him throughout the Roman Empire. This bust was created between 130-138 AD.

This piece is now located in the National Archeology museum in Athens, Greece.
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